Exposure, experience, and intention recognition: Take it from the bottom

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (2):154 - 155 (2013)
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The psycho-historical account implies two ways of construing the relation of basic exposure to the artistic design stance and artistic understanding. One is empirically dubious and the other does not fit well with the account. The assumption that combining psychology with history requires identifying actual intentions is undermined by the artistic design stance

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