Metaphors of anger, pride, and love a lexical approach to the structure of concepts by KoМ€vecses, ZoltaМЃn.

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Published by J. Benjamins Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, Philadelphia .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Metaphor.,
  • Semantics.,
  • Concepts.,
  • Anger.,
  • Pride and vanity.,
  • Love.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. [145]-147.

Book details

StatementZoltán Kövecses.
SeriesPragmatics & beyond,, VII:8
Classifications
LC ClassificationsP301.5.M48 K68 1986
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 147 p. ;
Number of Pages147
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2386770M
ISBN 101556190093
LC Control Number87015788

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Using the Conceptual Metaphor Theory, this study discusses the transfer of semantic aspects of foodsemic metaphors upon the abstraction of love.

An interview schedule was administered to 48 respondents of different gender by the researchers assisted by two research assistants. The data collected were subjected to the Metaphor Identification Procedure Vrije Universiteit (MIPVU).

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Zoltán Kövecses. Robert E. MacLaury. University of Arizona. Search for more papers by this author. Robert E. MacLaury. University of Arizona. In literature, music, and popular culture, love is often used as a metaphor, a trope or figure of speech in which an implied comparison is made between two unlike things that actually have something in common.

For example, when Neil Young sings, "Love is a rose," the word "rose" is the vehicle for the term "love," the tenor.

Landscape and dance are two important metaphors in Pride and Prejudice. Bodenheimer () asserts that in many Jane Austen novels, "good estates" like Pemberley are the key to the social virtues of their owners, that the characters' estates help to define the social worth of the characters themselves.

She argues that the spatial terms used in describing landscape can also be seen as. When I was working on The Phoenix Codex, I sometimes took way too much time thinking about ways to describe anger in writing.

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Metaphors of anger, pride, and love. A lexical approach to the study of concepts. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Kövecses, Zoltán. American friendship and the scope of metaphor. Cognitive Linguistics 6(4). – Crossref. The idea that emotions are feelings lends itself to another passive image, that of a psychic fluid filling up the mind or the body.

This is referred to as the “hydraulic model.” This chapter challenges this as a misleading metaphor. To say that it is a metaphor, however, is not in itself to condemn it. Good science is filled with metaphors, often provocative, pregnant, and insightful. Jia, C. Research of Conceptual Metaphor of Five Element Theory from the Perspective of Embodied Mind.

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