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Tue Nov 17 1998

TOC: Cognitive Linguistics Vol 9, Issues 2-3

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  1. Christoph Eyrich, Cognitive Linguistics 9: 2 (1998), 9: 3 (1998)

Message 1: Cognitive Linguistics 9: 2 (1998), 9: 3 (1998)

Date: Sat, 14 Nov 1998 13:01:33 +0100 (MET)
From: Christoph Eyrich <eyrichzedat.fu-berlin.de>
Subject: Cognitive Linguistics 9: 2 (1998), 9: 3 (1998)


 COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS

 Volume 9: 2 (1998)

 Mouton de Gruyter * Berlin * New York

Alan Cienki ............ STRAIGHT: An image schema and its metaphorical
 extensions

William Croft .......... Linguistic evidence and mental representations

Squibs

Joseph Hilferty, Javier Valenzuela and
Oscar Vilarroya ........ Paradox lost

David Kemmerer ......... Is syntax based on spatial image schemas in the
 inferior parietal cortex? Evidence against
 Deane's Parietal Hypothesis
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 COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS

 Volume 9: 3 (1998)

 Mouton de Gruyter * Berlin * New York


Mira Ariel .......... The linguistic status of the `here and now'

Juergen Bohnemeyer .. Temporal reference from a radical pragmatics 
 perspective. Why Yucatec does not need to express 
 `after' and `before'

Scott K. Lidell ..... Grounded blends, gestures, and conceptual shifts

Book reviews

Susanne Niemeyer .... Friedrich Ungerer and Hans-Joerg Schmid, An Intro-
 duction to Cognitive Linguistics

Pieter A.M. Seuren .. Bernd Kortmann, Adverbial Subordination: A Typology
 and History of Adverbial Subordinators Based on
 European Languages
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