Often, it is easier for us to feel comfortable thinking that we have come a firm, unfalsifiable, "rational" conclusion that to accept that we rarely have knowledge of all relevant variables. That feeling of comfort should not come before truth.
(Ramble over, hehe :3)
However, acknowledging that there are vast gaps in human understanding of the world, and that belief and value systems can be influenced by centuries of cultural mechanisms, is NOT the same as rejecting rationality or logic.
The point is that humanity's knowledge, value systems, and basic logical/philosophical tenets by nature cannot be "objective" in the sense of absolute facts, because our collection of knowledge was ultimately built by a relatively small group of (imperfect) human minds, all of whom had unique...
@[103608:@Philosophus Vagus], it seems to me that may be broadly misunderstanding (and mischaracterizing) postmodernism as an outright rejection of truth and rationalism. Reality is subjective in that the same events can be perceived differently based on the observer's perspective.
It explains the basics of reading and writing music, as well as instructions on setting up free digital audio software. Basically, the tutorial will cover various musical concepts like melody, harmony, rhythm, structure and texture with examples of their use in actual game soundtracks, and I'll...
The sad reaction was not because I want you to credit me. (terms clearly say no need to credit) but because those maps are meant to be used as inspiration or guidence. You are ofcourse alowed to use them however you want