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Books: Cognitive Linguistics,R.Dirven & R.Porings

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Message 1: Metaphor and Metonymy in Comparison and Contast ( Ren�Dirven, Ralf P�rings, eds.)

Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2002 16:22:23 +0200
From: Julia Ulrich <Julia.UlrichdeGruyter.com>
Subject: Metaphor and Metonymy in Comparison and Contast ( Ren�Dirven, Ralf P�rings, eds.)


NEW PUBLICATION FROM MOUTON DE GRUYTER


>From the series
Cognitive Linguistics Research
Series Editors: Ren� Dirven, Ronald W. Langacker, John R. Taylor


METAPHOR AND METONYMY IN COMPARISON AND CONTRAST

Editors: Ren� Dirven and Ralf P�rings


2002. 23 x 15,5 cm.xii, 608 pages.
Cloth. Euro 118.00 / sFr 189,- / approx. US$ 118.00

ISBN 3-11-017373-5

(Cognitive Linguistics Research 20)


The book elaborates one of the many brilliant ideas of Roman
Jakobson's, i.e. his insight that the two cognitive strategies of the
metaphoric and the metonymic are the end-points on a continuum of
conceptualization processes. This elaboration is achieved on the
background of Lakoff and Johnson's two-domain approach, i.e. the
mapping of a source onto a target domain of conceptualization. Further
approaches dwell on different stretches of this metaphor-metonymy
continuum. Still other papers probe into the specialized conceptual
division of labor associated with both modes of thought. Two new
breakthroughs in the cognitive linguistics approach to metaphor and
metonymy developed recently: one is the three-domain approach, which
concentrates on the new blends that be come possible after the
integration or the blending of source and target domain elements; the
other is the approach in terms of primary scenes and subscenes which
often determine the way source and target domains interact.

>From the contents:

Preface

REN� DIRVEN
Introduction

Section 1: The metonymic and the metaphoric

ROMAN JAKOBSON
The metaphoric and metonymic poles

RENATE BARTSCH
Generating polysemi: Metaphor and metonymy

REN� DIRVEN
Metonymy and metaphor: Different mental strategies of conceptualization

BEATRICE WARREN
An alternative account of the interpretation of referential metonymy and
metaphor

Section 2: The two-domain approach

ZOLTAN K�VECSES, GARY B. PALMER AND REN� DIRVEN
Language and emotion: The interplay of conceptualization with physiology
and culture

WILLIAM CROFT
The role of domains in the interpretation of metaphors and metonymies

ANTONIO BARCELONA
Clarifying and applying the notions of metaphoor and metonymy within
cognitive linguistics: An update

KLAUS-UWE PANTHER AND LINDA L. THORNBURG
The roles of metaphor and metonymy in English -er nominals


Section 3: The interaction between metaphor and metonymy

JOHN R. TAYLOR
Category extension by metonymy and metaphor

LOUIS GOOSSENS
Metaphtonymy: The interaction of metaphor and metonymy in expressions
for linguistic action

NICK RIEMER
When is metonymy no longer a metonymy

G�NTER RADDEN
How metonymic are metaphors?

DIRK GEERAERTS
The interaction of metaphor and metonymy in composite expressions


Section : New breakthroughs: blending and primary scenes

MARK TURNER AND GILLES FAUCONNIER
Metaphor, metonymy, and binding

FRANCISCO JOS� RUIZ DE MENDOZA IB�NEZ AND OLGA ISABEL DIEZ VELASCO
Patterns of conceptual interaction

JOSEPH GRADY AND CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON
Converging evidence for the notions of subscene and primary scene

BRIGITTE NERLICH AND DAVID D. CLARKE
Blending the past and the present: Conceptual and linguistic
integration, 1800 - 2000


Subject index

Authors index



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