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Metaphors for Change: Re-Metaphorizing the Metaphors We Live By

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George Lakoff and Mark Johnson. Concepts We Live By 2. The Systematicity of Metaphorical Concepts 3. Metaphorical Systematicity: Highlighting and Hiding 4. Orientational Metaphors 5. Metaphor and Cultural Coherence 6.

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Metaphors We Live By

George Lakoff; Mark Johnson; Metaphors we live by. Taylor suggests dialogue and even integration between cognitive linguistics and other approaches in language studies. Thus, it is expected to further converge generativism and cognitivism, as already initiated by researchers such as Taylor, Ray Jackendoff, Peter Culicover, Alan Prince, and Paul Smolensky.

Metaphors We Live By

Lots of great examples here. Makes me think of George Saunders :. When we get better at expressiveness, we get better at understanding, better at sympathy, better at bullshit-detection, better at experiencing pleasure, better at true engagement with others, with the world, with ourselves. Update : I think this is one reason I love learning about the history of a word. Like when I learned the word raga is related to the Sanskrit word for dye the musical form colors your mood!

Conceptual metaphor and a detailed examination of the underlying processes, was first extensively explored in this book. Since then, the field of metaphor studies within the larger discipline of cognitive linguistics has increasingly developed, with several, annual academic conferences, scholarly societies, and research labs contributing to the subject area. Some researchers, such as Gerard Steen, have worked to develop empirical investigative tools for metaphor research, including the metaphor identification procedure , or MIP. Gibbs, Jr. Other cognitive scientists , for example Gilles Fauconnier , study subjects similar to conceptual metaphor under the labels " analogy ", " conceptual blending " and " ideasthesia ". Conceptual metaphors are seen in language in our everyday lives. Conceptual metaphors shape not just our communication, but also shape the way we think and act.

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He seems to attach more importance to this idea than it deserves. He concludes in the chapter on Vagueness that all predicates are open-textured on the grounds that, although they may be perfectly determinate with respect to their literal denofafu,there will always be room for indeterminacy in the things they mention-select. But the importation of the notion of mention-selection into the account of ambiguity would bejustified ifat all only by the conjunction of twofacts: 1 that it isnot obscure, and 2 that no better way has been found of accounting for an evident fact about language.

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By George Lakoff and Mark Johnson. Metaphor is for most people a device of the poetic imagination and the rhetorical flourish—a matter of extraordinary rather than ordinary language. Moreover, metaphor is typically viewed as characteristic of language alone, a matter of words rather than thought or action. For this reason, most people think they can get along perfectly well without metaphor. We have found, on the contrary, that metaphor is pervasive in everyday life, not just in language but in thought and action.

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Make a list of some of the metaphors discussed by Lakoff and Johnson. Try inserting new words that convey a different meaning. XX, and Reading 12 for definitions and consider what underlying cultural values these asymmetries indicate. Consider the use of the masculine he or man to refer to all people.

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Беккер усмехнулся, представив это зрелище. - Может быть, американка? - предположил. - Не думаю, - сказала Росио.

Он показал на прилавок, где лежала одежда и другие личные вещи покойного. - Es todo. Это. - Si.

Metaphors we live by George Lakoff and Mark Johnson
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    METAPHORS. We Live By. GEORGE LAKOFF and MARK JOHNSON. The University of Chicago Press. Chicago and London.

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