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Philosophy and Music

Music is a form of art that has been practiced by men for thousands of years. It has a great deal of historical significance and is present in every human society. Historically, music has been used for entertainment, but also as a tool of religious ritual.

Music is an art form that has long been referred to as the language of emotions. While most of the time, music is composed to express an emotion, it has also been used as an adjunct in ritual and drama.

The Greeks believed that music had the capacity to convey emotion. They also considered it to be a powerful medium for cultural exchange. Some Greek philosophers saw music as a representation of universal rhythm and harmony.

Aristotle believed that music was the expression of a person’s character. He thought music could reflect the truth of the universe. Similarly, Stoics placed it in service of virtue and moderation.

Roman philosophers such as Boethius and Augustine were attracted to music. But both were apprehensive of its sensual element. Consequently, they discouraged innovation.

Philosophy and music have been a subject of debate throughout history. German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, for example, remarked that music was an instrument that was capable of creating myths.

Music is considered a very strong stimulus for memory even in patients with brain injury. Researchers in the Museum of Science and Industry in 2014 asked 12,000 participants to identify songs they heard as quickly as possible.

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