‘Where do musical or colour traits get primarily instantiated, directly in the physical world or merely within the realms of our own subjectivity?’ This chapter surveys how popular resolutions of this traditional philosophical question sometimes affect real life practical decisions in unfortunate ways. Several cases involving musical preservation are provided to illustrate this theme.
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