Readership: Scholars and advanced students of philosophy, psychology, and theory of art.
Margaret A. Boden, University of Sussex
Margaret A. Boden is Research Professor of Cognitive Science at the University of Sussex. She is a Fellow (and past Vice-President) of the British Academy, and of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence (and its British and European equivalents), and a member of the Academia Europaea. In 2002 she was awarded an OBE for services to Cognitive Science, and she holds a Cambridge ScD as well as honorary doctorates from Bristol, Sussex, and the Open University. Educated at Cambridge and Harvard, her earlier degrees were in medical sciences, philosophy, and psychology.
Review(s) from previous edition"brimming with interesting ideas and fascinating examples, presented in a clear, lively, and engaging fashion. Boden's book is essential reading for anyone interested in creativity in art or in computer art, and it deserves to be widely read and admired.
- British Journal of Aesthetics
2: Creativity in a Nutshell
3: Are Autodidacts Creative?
4: Crafts, Perception, and the Possibilities of the Body
5: Creativity and Conceptual Art
6: Personal Signatures in Art
7: What is Generative Art?
8: Agents and Creativity
9: Autonomy, Integrity, and Computer Art
10: Authenticity and Computer Art
11: Aesthetics and Interactive Art
12: Is Metabolism Necessary?
Margaret Boden has been awarded the Covey award, for 'outstanding research in computing and philosophy', by the International Association for Computing and Philosophy