Metaphor and Metonymy at the Crossroads: A Cognitive Perspective
Mouton de Gruyter, 2000 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 356 pages
Written by some of the best known specialists, this collection of articles investigates in great detail a number of metaphorically and/or metonymically structured conceptual and linguistic domains and discusses in new, provocative ways the nature of these cognitive-linguistic mechanisms, their operation, and their interaction.
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Introduction The cognitive theory of metaphor and metonymy 1
Interaction between metaphoric
The scope of metaphor
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abstract action advert analysis anger aspects Barcelona basic behavior Chicago Cognitive Linguistics cognitive metaphor cognitive poetics complex conceptual blending conceptual domain conceptual metaphors container correlation cultural deontic deviant Dickinson emotions English paradigm entity epistemic example experiential expressions extension Fauconnier Figure frame Ge'ez Gilles Fauconnier Goossens grabbing metonymy ham sandwich heart highlighting human hypothesis idealized cognitive model image schema image-schematic structure interaction interpretation involved Johnson Kovecses Lakoff Langacker language look Mark Turner mental meta metaphor and metonymy metaphorical mapping metonymic basis metonymic mapping metonymic motivation metonymy-based metaphors modal Nahuatl notion object Orient Orientalist partial sanction participant-external phors physical poem polysemy predicate prototypical Radden reference relationship role Ruiz de Mendoza Saddam Saddam Hussein sadness schema Sean Connery semantic semantic change sense sentence source and target source domain speaker specific stanza subdomain subjectification Sweetser target domain Traugott Turner University Press verb