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"Act Promptly, Make Your God Happy:" Representation and Rhetorical Relations in Natural Language Generation

Margaret N. Hundleby
Workshop On Intentionality And Structure In Discource Relations, 2002, 44-47.


The Sumerian proverb in the title is evoked by Julian Jaynes as he documents the laborious process of coming to consciousness. This activity is the cognitive labor that enables us to arrive at a question about the precise relationship between two types of knowledge, or ask if "rhetorical relations [are] the realizations of intentions, or should ... be discarded as simply a misconstrual of intentions proper?"