What I am always interested in is an existence of the thing which
makes sound. Although almost all things make sound, some things make
"musical" sounds, and some are not. Then, can it be said that those
things exist before making sound, and they are making sound after
that? Or From a view point of recognitions, should I think that existence
comes over after having perceived a sound? I think that we can't ignore
the issue of perceptions.
From a side of relationship of the world,
perceiving is to be born a new relation in it. If a issue of perception
affects such the whole relationship, we can't ignore a theory of a
For example, first of all, about how to listen sound, there are the
issues of the sound as what is recognized as a signal, a message,
or an environment. Specifically, they are the number, kind, order,
length, interval and also strength, direction, distance, etc of sound.
For example, suppose that the bird is twittering by somewhere. The
voice is loaded with many meanings and messages, although the bird
has not necessarily sung and the voice is merely uttered in response
to surrounding environment. And in many cases, the bird has noticed
the existence of me.I think that all these things are related inside
Then, how is "existence" of the bird itself? With the question, I
notice that I don't have a qualification for considering "existence"
of the bird. I think, it means that a perception is inadequate for