3 edition of Metaphor, communication & cognition found in the catalog.
Metaphor, communication & cognition
by Toronto Semiotic Circle, Victoria College in the University of Toronto in Toronto
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Marcel Danesi.|
|Series||Monograph series of the TSC -- no. 2, Monograph series of the Toronto Semiotic Circle -- no. 2|
|Contributions||Danesi, Marcel, 1946-, Toronto Semiotic Circle|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 117 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||117|
Abstract. Discussing diction in Poetics,Aristotle writes: “the greatest thing by far is to be master of metaphor”, which is “the one thing that cannot be learned from others; and it is also a sign of genius.” 1 Even if genius means something considerably less than it came to mean in romantic times, if Aristotle is at all right here then making metaphors cannot form part of ordinary Cited by: 5. Relevance, first published in , was named as one of the most important and influential books of the decade in the Times Higher Educational Supplement. This revised edition includes a new Preface outlining developments in Relevance Theory since , discussing the more serious criticisms of the theory, and envisaging possible revisions or extensions. The book sets out to lay the foundation.
Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Metaphor and Language provides a comprehensive overview of state-of-the-art interdisciplinary research on metaphor and language. Featuring 35 chapters written by leading scholars from around the world, the volume takes a broad view of the field of metaphor and language, and brings together diverse and distinct theoretical and applied perspectives to. Thus, a single property - relevance is seen as the key to human communication and cognition. A second important feature of the book is its approach to the study of reasoning. It elucidates the role of background or contextual information in spontaneous inference, and shows that non-demonstrative inference processes can be fruitfully analysed as 5/5(2).
Mark J. Landau, PhD, is an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Kansas. He received his doctorate from the University of Arizona in Dr. Landau has published many articles and chapters focused on metaphor's influence on social cognition and behavior and the role of existential motives in diverse aspects of human : Does Mandarin spatial metaphor for time influence Chinese deaf signers’ spatio-temporal reasoning? Gu, Y., Zheng, Y. & Swerts, M., , Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference of .
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Metaphor in Language, Cognition, and Communication This book series is peer reviewed and indexed in: Scopus The aim of the series is to publish theoretical communication & cognition book empirical interdisciplinary research on the effective use of metaphor in language and other modalities (including, for instance, visuals) for general or specific cognitive and.
Metaphor in Language, Cognition, and Communication The Metaphor Lab has joined with John Benjamins Publishing Company to launch a new book series, entitled Metaphor in Language, Cognition, and Communication (MiLCC). Book manuscripts are solicited for monographs, edited books, and reference works.
Click here for more information. “The essays collected in Metaphor and Communication, edited by Elisabetta Gola and Francesca Ervas, successfully Metaphor up the challenge to merge a cognitive-linguistic and a communicative perspective on metaphor offering an up-to-date view about how metaphor works and the role of this trope in communication in domains that span from social communication to music, from educational settings Pages: COVID Resources.
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: Mixing Metaphor (Metaphor in Language, Cognition, and Communication) (): Gibbs Jr., Raymond W.: BooksFormat: Hardcover. Metaphor theory has shifted from asking whether metaphor is 'conceptual' or 'linguistic' to debating whether it is 'embodied' or 'discursive'.
Although recent work in the social and cognitive sciences has yielded clear opportunities to resolve that dispute, the divide between discourse- and cognition-oriented approaches has remained.5/5(1).
Metaphor in Language, Cognition, and Communication The aim of the series is to publish theoretical and empirical interdisciplinary research on the effective use of metaphor in language and other modalities (including, for instance, visuals) for general or specific cognitive and communicative purposes.
In sharp contrast, contemporary empirical research on language and cognition affords metaphor pride of place at the center of abstract conceptualization and reasoning.
This new view appears to require a serious reconsideration of some of the grounding assumptions of mainstream philosophy of mind and by: This collection of papers presents some recent trends in metaphor studies that propose new directions of research on the embodied cognition perspective.
The overall volume, in particular, shows how the embodied cognition still remains a relevant approach in a multidisciplinary research on the communicative side of metaphors, by focusing on both comprehension processes in science as well.
Metaphor: Embodied Cognition & Discourse this book brings together leading metaphor as well as the multi-modal and social-interactive nature of communication.
It shows that metaphor theory Author: Beate Hampe. Metaphor and Cultural Cognition. Conceptual Metaphor in Intercultural Communication. Book Review Cultural Linguistics: Cultural Conceptualizations and Language, Farzad Sharifian ( Author: Andreas Musolff.
Metaphors and online learning (by Ligorio, M. Beatrice); Metaphor in sign language poetry (by Sutton-Spence, Rachel); Metaphor and the concept of sound in contemporary music (by Schreiber, Ewa); Index: Series Title: Metaphor in Language, Cognition, and Communication, volume 5: Responsibility.
The Metaphor Corpus has been the basis for a number of in-house and external publications. Book Series The Metaphor Lab has joined with John Benjamins Publishing Company to launch a new book series, entitled Metaphor in Language, Cognition, and Communication (MiLCC).
Metaphor scholars used to debate over the “conceptual” or “linguistic” nature of metaphor. More recently, they have been considering whether metaphor is “embodied” or “discursive.” Despite the shift in focus implied by this terminological change, the divide between communication-oriented and cognition-oriented approaches to.
on its application in language learning and teaching. Keywords: Metaphor, Working mechanism, Language learning and teaching 1. Introduction A study of metaphor is an infant branch of linguistic study and has held tremendous allure to scholars ever since the ancient Size: KB.
In their recent article on embodied cognition, Wilson and Golonka also discuss research on conceptual metaphors like “power is up” or “the future is forward” to exemplify common approaches to embodied ors are particularly interesting for embodied cognition research because they can map concrete, bodily experiences onto abstract concepts (Lakoff and Johnson, ).Cited by: 4.
Book Description. With contributions from Aristotle to Lakoff and Johnson, and incorporating the work of philosophers, linguists, literary theorists, and cognitive psychologists, this wide-ranging and multidisciplinary six-volume collection on metaphor and figurative language is a new title from Routledge’s Critical Concepts in Linguistics series.
Metaphor in Language, Cognition, and Communication More Less The aim of the series is to publish theoretical and empirical interdisciplinary research on the effective use of metaphor in language and other modalities (including, for instance, visuals) for general or specific cognitive and communicative purposes.
To unite the field, this book brings together leading metaphor researchers from a number of disciplines. It collects major arguments and presents a wide variety of empirical evidence, placing special emphasis on the embodiment and socio-cultural embeddedness of cognition, as well as the multi-modal and social-interactive nature of communication.
Volume 1, No. 2, Art. 21 – June Metaphor Analysis in Psychology—Method, Theory, and Fields of Application. Karin S. Moser. Abstract: The analysis of metaphors is a classical research theme in linguistics, but has received very little attention in psychological research so or analysis—as conceptualized in cognitive linguistics—is proposed here as a qualitative method.
Raymond W. Gibbs Jr. was a Psychology professor and researcher at the University of California, Santa Cruz. His research interests are in the fields of experimental psycholinguistics and cognitive work concerns a range of theoretical issues, ranging from questions about the role of embodied experience in thought and language, to looking at people's use and understanding of.More individuals has download Mixing Metaphor (Metaphor in Language, Cognition, and Communication) ebook.
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Psycholinguistic in vestigation suggests that no vel, poetic metaphors are processed differently than literal speech, while relativelyFile Size: KB.