Jules L. Coleman Musical Value and Its Reproduction

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Jules Coleman is Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld Professor of Jurisprudence, Yale Law School; Professor of Philosophy, Yale University; Visiting Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Rutgers University. Professor Coleman teaches in the areas of philosophy of law; torts; law, language and truth; political philosophy; and rational choice. His books include Hart’s Postscript, The Practice of Principle, Oxford University Press, 2000; Risks and Wrongs, Cambridge University Press, 1992; and Oxford Handbook of Jurisprudence and the Philosophy of Law (with S. Shapiro), Oxford University Press, 2002.

His system consists of Shindo modified Garrard 301 TT and Shindo Arome Step up transformer; Shindo Catherine dual mono preamplifier; Shindo 300B Ltd mono blocks; Shindo and Silver Fi interconnects; Auditorium 23 and Silver Fi speaker cables; Shindo special order two-way with a 15” Altec 803c woofer (sealed enclosure), and an Altec 802B compression driver modified to be a field coil; Power conditioner: Mr. T. Room: 30 x 16 x 9’.

"If you listen to a live performance, a direct feed of that performance into ‘recording monitor speakers’ and then a recording of that performance, you will hear three very different ...

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