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What makes a collection of sounds a piece of music as opposed to just noise?
Can music teach us anything?
And is the value of music objective?
Music -- along with love -- is often thought of as a universal language. Most people enjoy music daily and have strong listening preferences. John and Ken explores what philosophy has to tell us about music -- and vice versa -- with Peter Kivy from Rutgers University, author of Introduction to a Philosophy of Music and Music, Language, and Cognition: And Other Essays in the Aesthetics of Music.
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