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Women, fire, and dangerous things: what categories reveal about the mind

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Lakoff reviews a wide range of studies in "cognitive semantics,'' a new field that attempts to understand mind through empirical studies of the way people categorize. He provides several detailed ... Read full review

Review: Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things

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Glen Drummond from Quarry recommended this book as the one we should read in understanding where marketing/advertising is going in this day and age -- purchase decisions are not made more at a subconscious level rather than in full consciousness. Read full review

Review: Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things

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Glen Drummond from Quarry recommended this book as the one we should read in understanding where marketing/advertising is going in this day and age -- purchase decisions are not made more at a subconscious level rather than in full consciousness. Read full review

Review: Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things

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Lakoffs is quintessential reading about semiotic-thinking Read full review

Review: Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things

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Lakoffs is quintessential reading about semiotic-thinking Read full review

Review: Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things

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Read by ACRL Member of the Week Julia Bauder. Learn more about Julia on the ACRL Insider blog. Read full review

Review: Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things

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Read by ACRL Member of the Week Julia Bauder. Learn more about Julia on the ACRL Insider blog. Read full review


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