Music is objective.
Music is mathematics at it's foundation, and mathematics is objective. In math, something can be more naturally disordered than another.
Also, if music is subjective, why do we bother arguing about how music A is better than music B? We must believe we can reach some kind of objective conclusion, otherwise it's pointless.
>Also, if music is subjective, why do we bother arguing about how music A is better than music B? We must believe we can reach some kind of objective conclusion, otherwise it's pointless.
We argue because sometimes it's enjoyable to exchange opinions. Not all discussions are undertaken in the pursuit of an objective conclusion. Sometimes the discussion is it's own purpose.
I'm assuming the guy is a STEM major of some sort, so it's likely a product of his outlook on life; everything has to have a utilitarian 'point'. Which, you know, makes a lot of sense in the sciences, but less so in the arts.
Silly mortal pleb, thinking your 3rd dimensional mathematics mean anything at all. There is only consciousness and perspective, "reality" forms itself and its "laws" around these two things.
can someone tell me what the sleight of hand here is
it's an explanation of this gif
is any music based off of the god grid? i hope so
i've been obsessing over it for over a month
>mathematics is objective
Numbers are just symbols civilization as decided upon as representations of quantity. If one day, everyone decided that 2 + 2 = 5, it would be correct. We can do that, since only we control language. Numbers are just abstract concepts. Therefore, who is it to say that I can't believe that 2 + 2 = 5? Why isn't that subjective?
>Numbers are just symbols civilization as decided upon as representations of quantity.
Ok, define "Numbers" however you want, but that isn't how anyone else uses the word. When people say "number", they refer to the mathematical entity, not the symbol
I don't no too much of the conceptual aspects of math (schools usually don't focus on that), but if I had to make any guess I'd say because the numbers you use are modular (after 9 they repeat back to 1). I imagine the same thing would happen if you cycled to 10.