The Concept of Expression: A Study in Philosophical Psychology and Aesthetics
Defining expression as the expression of intentional states, Alan Tormey describes the general conditions under which human conduct may be considered expressive, and then analyzes this conduct as it is manifested in behavior, language, and art.
Originally published in 1971.
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