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Compromise in Multi-Agent Blends

  title={Compromise in Multi-Agent Blends},
  author={T. Veale},
A blend is typically conceived as a systematic integration of conceptual spaces by a single cognitive agent for a particular pragmatic purpose. We consider here an interesting class of ‘macro’ blends that involve multiple cognitive agents, each of which contribute different spaces to the integration. Mythology is one such ‘macro’ type of blend, since rich mythic pantheons such as that of Hellenic Greece arise not as a product of individual design but from a complex cultural blend of different… Expand

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