Intentions in the Experience of Meaning Raymond W. Gibbs Jr.

ISBN: 9780521572453

Published: September 13th 1999

Hardcover

424 pages


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Intentions in the Experience of Meaning  by  Raymond W. Gibbs Jr.

Intentions in the Experience of Meaning by Raymond W. Gibbs Jr.
September 13th 1999 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 424 pages | ISBN: 9780521572453 | 9.29 Mb

Does our understanding and appreciation of Shakespeares plays demand that we know exactly who Shakespeare really was and what he intended to communicate in his work? This volume examines the role that authorship plays in peoples experience ofMoreDoes our understanding and appreciation of Shakespeares plays demand that we know exactly who Shakespeare really was and what he intended to communicate in his work?

This volume examines the role that authorship plays in peoples experience of language and art as meaningful human artifacts, as well as reviewing the fierce debates over these issues both within academia and popular culture. It is argued that many aspects of our understanding of language (both oral and written) and artworks (paintings, music, theater, etc.) rests on peoples fundamental, often unconscious, bias to seek who created something and for what communicative purpose.



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