By submerging ourselves into Beethoven's music we succeeded to replicate Beethoven's advanced stage of consciousness within ourselves. The stage of consciousness is: full awareness of thinking and willing spirit with the center of consciousness located within its thinking element. Willing is rooted in thinking; conscious spirits thinking gradually proceeds to willing (action) whose ultimate purpose is to establish its(=of thinking) ideal content ("result") in the universe. To cognizing spirit, the world of feelings appears as merely an atavistic soul element. It is an inherent knowledge of conscious spirit that his thinking transcends its subjective nature; everything in the universe is accessible to spirit through the intense thinking activity. The universe is perceived as fundamentally conscious. Spirit has absolute certainty in the matter of his freedom.
Heinrich Kostelitz is violinist, composer and works in theory of arts (aestetics).Radek Tezaur is mathematician and works on fundamental equation of accoustics.Petr Vanek is mathematician and works on problems of structural mechanics.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Epistemology, transcendentally subjective idealism, Nietzsche, Philosophy
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