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Review: Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things

User Review  - Ilya - Goodreads

A car is usually a self-powered four-wheel vehicle 3-5 meters long that encloses a driver and one to four passengers. This definition is not exhaustive; there has been a three-wheel car, an eight ... Read full review

Review: Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things

User Review  - Mallory - Goodreads

This book has a lot of interesting information about categories and how they related to human cognition and language. However, it is from the early 90s and voraciously advocates the prototype model of ... Read full review

Review: Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things

User Review  - Manny - Goodreads

This book certainly shows you why linguistics is so damn hard: there is an almost infinite number of ways in which concepts can turn out to be related. The title refers to Dyirbal, an native ... Read full review

Review: Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things

User Review  - Hoby - Goodreads

Now truth be told I never finished reading this.. nor do I think I will ever have the patience to. But in reading what I have and keeping it on hand as a reference - I think it's an excellent book on ... Read full review

Review: Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things

User Review  - Evan Donovan - Goodreads

The case studies are a bit overwhelming, but the earlier part, in which Lakoff develops the implications of his "embodied mind" thesis for linguistic/cognitive categories is fascinating. His review of ... Read full review


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