The expressive stance: intentionality, expression, and machine art

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Linson, Adam;

This paper proposes a new interpretive stance for interpreting artistic works and performances that is relevant to artificial intelligence research but also has broader implications. Termed the expressive stance, this stance makes intelligible a critical distinction bet... View more
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