4 edition of The Ubiquity of metaphor found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Wolf Paprotté & René Dirven.|
|Series||Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science., v. 29|
|Contributions||Paprotté, Wolf., Dirven, René., L.A.U.T. (Organization), Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft., Linguistic Symposium (8th : 1983 : University of Trier)|
|LC Classifications||P301.5.M48 U23 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 628 p. :|
|Number of Pages||628|
|LC Control Number||85010143|
Culture > Books > Reviews I is an Other, By James Geary And though the subtitle has a whiff of conspiracy about it, the sheer ubiquity of metaphor in everyday life makes the book feel urgent. The ubiquity of metaphor in natural language thus poses a significant challenge for Natural Language Processing (NLP) systems and their builders, who cannot afford to wait until the problems of literal language have been solved before turning their attention to figurative phenomena.
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. Second, the interaction of the metaphor-world of the wisdom literature and contemporary art is investigated in a separate section. In terms of metaphors considered, the investigation focuses chieﬂy on three wisdom books found in the Hebrew Bible, namely the book of Proverbs, Job, and by: 2.
The ubiquity of metaphor in natural language thus poses a significant challenge for Natural Language Processing (NLP) systems and their builders, who cannot afford to wait until the problems of literal language have been solved before turning their attention to figurative : $ Geary’s recent book, I Is an Other, points out the ubiquity and persuasiveness of metaphors; my new book, Banned Emotions, examines metaphors for unloved emotions such as self-pity, grudge.
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The first part of the volume deals with metaphor and the system of language. The second part offers papers on metaphor and language use.
In the third part psychological and psycholinguistic aspects of metaphor are : : The Ubiquity of Metaphor: Metaphor in language and thought (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory) (): Wolf Paprotté, René Dirven †: Books.
The first part of the volume deals with metaphor and the system of language. The second part offers papers on metaphor and language use. In the third part psychological and psycholinguistic aspects of metaphor are discussed.
The Ubiquity of Metaphor: Metaphor in Language and Thought Wolf Paprotté, René Dirven (Eds.) This volume brings together a number of articles representative of the present outlook on the importance of metaphors, and of the work done on metaphors in several domains of (psycho)linguistics.
Wolf Paprotte is the author of The Ubiquity of Metaphor ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ) and Road to the Information Society ( a 3/5(1).
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ubiquity also available in docx and mobi. Read ubiquity online, read in mobile or Kindle. This volume brings together a number of articles representative of the present outlook on the importance of metaphors, and of the work done on metaphors in several domains of (psycho)linguistics.
The book is an interesting counterbalance to Susan Sontag's essays on metaphor (e.g., Illness as Metaphor, see this database). Because of the ubiquity of metaphor in our language, it would be impossible to eliminate metaphor from perceptions of illness.
Lakoff's theory begins with his analysis of metaphor in everyday language, first presented in in a brilliant little book written with Mark Johnson called Metaphors We Live By. This ubiquity of metaphor is illustrated with their classic example of the argument-is-war metaphor.
Arguments can be won or lost. Claims can be attacked or defended. Abstract. In 1 Wolf Paprotté and I published our collective volume The Ubiquity of Metaphor: Metaphor in Language and Thought, which was largely based on papers presented during a highly successful 3-day Lakoff seminar in Trier in In those days the scientific community was beginning to discover the enormous possibilities opened up by the cognitive approach to metaphor as developed Author: René Dirven.
With the ubiquity of metaphor across genres of written and spoken communication, the ability of NLP systems to deal with metaphor effectively is an actively researched topic (Veale et al., The book series Science & Technology Education Libraryprovides a publication forum The book’s first theme is the ubiquity of metaphor and how metaphors can help.
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The Ubiquity of metaphor: metaphor in language and thought. [Wolf Paprotté; René Dirven; L.A.U.T. (Organization); Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.;] -- This volume brings together a number of articles representative of the present outlook on the importance of metaphors, and of the work done on metaphors in several domains of (psycho)linguistics.
The ubiquity of metaphor in language does not imply that all thinking is concrete. People cannot use a metaphor to reason with unless they have a deeper grasp of which aspects of the metaphor should be taken seriously and which should be ignored.
This book is a comprehensive approach to the computational treatment of metaphor and its figurative brethren (simile, analogy, and conceptual blending) without shying away from their cognitive and philosophical dimensions.
as it is the affairs of the heart. The ubiquity of metaphor in natural language thus poses a significant challenge for. In this brilliant book about metaphor James Geary is no less astonishing, as he deciphers the subtle implications embedded in advertising slogans, familiar slang and government double-talk.
You'll scarf down every page of I Is an Other and then ask for more.” —Michael Dirda, Pulitzer Prize-winning critic and author of Book by Book and Brand: HarperCollins Publishers. The ubiquity of metaphor in language is convincingly demonstrated in the delightful book, Metaphors We Live By [Lakoff and Johnson, ].
The authors show that many of our basic concepts are based on metaphors. For example, without any intention of being poetic. The explosion of work on metaphor in recent decades has its roots in the ground-breaking book Metaphors We Live By, written by Lakoff and Johnson in Though the two authors have modified their position in separate and co-written works since then, and though cognitive approaches have moved on to other fields of linguistics, semantics and epistemology, and though they have introduced new.
I is an Other book. Read 92 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. ("Permeate" is a metaphor.) James Geary's book emphatically and with ample evidence makes the point about the ubiquity of metaphor/simile/analogy.
"Metaphor lives a secret life all around us. that's personification. But in James Geary's I Is an Other /5.ubiquity definition: 1. the fact that something or someone seems to be everywhere: 2.
the fact that something or. Learn more.Metaphor research offers a small laboratory for a lot of research on language, cognition and communication. Given the ubiquity of metaphor in the structures of language and thought that has been revealed in cognitive linguistics, metaphor raises questions about the.