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contemporary theory of metaphor.
•The metaphor is not just a matter of language, but of thought and reason. The language is secondary. •The mapping is conventional, a fixed part of our conceptual system. •There might be many different linguistic expressions for realization of a single metaphor such as LOVE IS A JOURNEY. Metaphors File Size: 1MB. “This book is a must for metaphor researchers in order to keep updated on the recent developments of the contemporary theory of metaphor. By bringing together both theoretical proposals and current applications, the editors succeed in offering an Pages:
The Contemporary Theory of Metaphor: Myths, Developments and Challenges. Get this from a library! The Contemporary Theory of Metaphor: a perspective from Chinese.. [Ning Yu] -- This comparative study of Chinese and English metaphor contributes to the search for metaphoric universals by placing the contemporary theory of metaphor in a broad cross-linguistic and.
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Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Book Cover An image of the book's cover. The Contemporary Theory of Metaphor: A Perspective from Chinese Volume 1 of Human cognitive processing Volume 1 of Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education Series4/5(1).
The Contemporary Theory of Metaphor: A Perspective from Chinese (Human Cognitive Processing) Ning Yu The primary objective of this volume is to contribute to the contemporary theory of metaphor from the viewpoint of Chinese, so as to help place the theory into a wider cross-linguistic and cross-cultural perspective.
This comparative study of Chinese and English metaphor contributes to the search for metaphoric universals by placing the contemporary theory of metaphor in a broad cross-linguistic and cross-cultural perspective. The author explores to what degree abstract reasoning is metaphorical and which conceptual metaphors are culture specific, wide spread or universal in a cognitive and cultural Cited by: The book will serve as an excellent graduate-level textbook in cognitive psychology, linguistics, and artificial intelligence.
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The Semantics of Metaphor and the Structure of Science. Daniel Rothbart - - Philosophy of Science 51 (4) Theory of Names and Cognitive Linguistics: The Case of the s: George Lakoff.
George Lakoff: "The contemporary theory of metaphor" () George Lakoff's contribution to the second, expanded version of Metaphor and Thought (/) is written like a corrective to the "old," "traditional," and "classical" metaphor theories of the dark ages preceding Metaphors We Live By ().Author: Mathias Winther Madsen.
Author(s): Lakoff, George. Coherence between subjective experience and physiology in emotion: Individual differences and implications for well-being. This book is structured into three major sections: i) the Contemporary Theory of Metaphor: revisions and recent developments; ii) metaphor and/or metonymy across different discourse/genre types; and iii) the Contemporary Theory of Metaphor: current applications.
Originally published in Review of Cognitive Linguistics ().5/5(1). This volume aims to contribute to the theory of metaphor from the viewpoint of Chinese, in order to help place the theory into a wider cross-linguistic and cross-cultural perspective. It focuses on metaphors of emotion, the "time as space" metaphor and the Event Structure : (PDF) The contemporary theory of metaphor--now new and improved.
| Gerard Steen - This paper outlines a multi-dimensional/multi-disciplinary framework for the study of metaphor. It expands on the cognitive linguistic approach to metaphor in language and thought by adding the dimension of communication, and it expands on the. In classical theories of language, metaphor was seen as a matter of language, not thought.
Metaphorical expressions were assumed to be mutually exclusive with the realm of ordinary everday language: everyday language had no metaphor, and metaphor used mechanisms outside the realm of everyday conventional by: The contemporary Conceptual Metaphor Theory, which originates from Lakoff and Johnson’s () Metaphors We Live By, provides valuable resources for revealing the essence and determining the Author: Zoltán Kövecses.
The Contemporary Theory of Metaphor 作者: Ning Yu 出版社: John Benjamins Publishing Co 副标题: A Perspective from Chinese (Human Cognitive Processing, Vol 1) 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: The contemporary theory that metaphor is primarily conceptual, conventional, and part of the ordinary system of thought and language can be traced to Michael Reddy's (this volume) now classic paper, The Conduit Metaphor, which first appeared in the first edition of this collection.
Reddy did far more in that paper than he modestly suggested. The contributions in this volume go beyond the Contemporary Theory of Metaphor complementing it in a number of relevant ways. Some of the papers argue for a more dynamic, interdisciplinary approach to metaphor looking into it from semiotic, psychological and socio-cultural perspectives.
Other contributions focus on the crucial role played by metaphor and metonymy in. The seventeen fragments of the Ezekiel’s Exagoge (between mid-2nd and mid-1st century BCE) relate the story of the first fifteen chapters of the are the only evidence of a Jewish tragedy which has come down to us from Antiquity, as well as the most extensive specimen of a Greek tragedy of the Hellenistic by: 2.
The primary objective of this volume is to contribute to the contemporary theory of metaphor from the viewpoint of Chinese, so as to help place the theory into a. Metaphor and Thought reflects the surge of interest in and research into the nature and function of metaphor in language and thought.
Philosophers, psychologists, linguists, and educators raise serious questions about the viability of the traditional distinction between the literal and the metaphorical, discussing problems ranging from the definition of metaphor to its role in language 4/5(1).This article discusses some of the claims of the earlier and later versions of the Contemporary Theory of Metaphor (CTM) and addresses some of the criticism that has been leveled against it.
It is argued that much of this criticism arises from common misconceptions as to the real claims made by the theory.By showing how contributors to this volume place special emphasis on the multimodal and interactive nature of communication, the chapter assesses the potential of contemporary metaphor research for a dynamic multidimensional socio-cognitive model of metaphor that goes beyond what either of the research traditions have separately achieved.