New and extended variation of the now vintage research within the phenomenology of sound.
Listening and Voice is an up-to-date and accelerated variation of Don Ihde’s groundbreaking 1976 vintage within the examine of sound. starting from the adventure of sound via language, tune, faith, and silence, transparent examples and illustrations take the reader into the vital and sometimes neglected position of the auditory in human existence. Ihde’s newly extra preface, advent, and chapters expand those sound stories to the applied sciences of sound, together with musical instrumentation, listening to aids, and the new staff of medical applied sciences which make infra- and ultra-sound to be had to human experience.
“…an creative program of phenomenological research … this hugely obtainable paintings creatively engages phenomenological thoughts … it's going to attract readers in lots of diversified disciplines—from philosophy to musicology to psychology and linguistics.” — CHOICE
“…finally, a little-known gem has reappeared … transparent, common sense examples dominate this sagacious book.” — The Score
“The importance and significance of the subject, and centrality of the subject to a specific box of analysis, is at once on the topic of Ihde’s robust acceptance. His paintings is relevant to any learn of the interface among the human physique and expertise, and his acceptance begun with, and nonetheless contains, the 1st version of this ebook. He has been very important to the sector for thirty years and keeps to give a contribution new insights.” — Lenore Langsdorf, coeditor of Recovering Pragmatism’s Voice: The Classical culture, Rorty, and the Philosophy of Communication
“This ebook is pathbreaking. it really is nonetheless the one specific phenomenology of listening and voice that we've got. Philosophy, up until eventually Ihde, was once enthusiastic about visible illustration and visible metaphors. Ihde contrasts visible belief with aural experiments, blending up the examples and speaking approximately pop song and opera within the similar analytical voice.” — Trevor Pinch, coauthor of Analog Days: the discovery and effect of the Moog Synthesizer