posted on Sep, 23 2014 @ 01:19 AM
I think I get what you are saying.
In the case of music, when Mozart composed his Requiem, the only way to hear it was to be in or go to Vienna, Austria, and hear performed live. Now,
since he is dead and gone, you have to buy a vinyl record, CD, or digital download. Or, maybe you didn't buy them...Point is, maybe my CD is Super
Audio Format, maybe it is DVD audio. Maybe, I am listening to the download in 320kbps .mp3 format, or maye .ALAC. Whatever the case, perhaps I am
listening to it on $10,000 Bose speakers or my earbuds. Maybe it is being performed by the local orchestra.
These differentiations apply to everything. You want a hamburger? Go back in time to get a real one from the 1500's. Even then, we both have different
If you are saying that today we losing what could ever possibly be defined as a more objective reality, then I completely agree. We have so many means
for convenience, but not reality. Reality is inconvenient.
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