7 edition of Language and the cognitive construal of the world found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by John R. Taylor, Robert E. MacLaury.|
|Series||Trends in linguistics., 82|
|Contributions||Taylor, John R., MacLaury, Robert E., 1944-|
|LC Classifications||P35 .L29 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 406 p. :|
|Number of Pages||406|
|LC Control Number||95018973|
Language and the Cognitive Construal of the World. John. Taylor and Robert E. MacLawy. eds. Trends in Linguistics Studies and Monographs, . The cognitive stylistic frameworks introduced in Parts IV and V of this book offer different was of examining the role of language and context in the experience of reading. The chapters in this Part of the book draw on stylistic principles to examine two particular aspects of the experience of reading: multimodality (this chapter) and emotion.
This article proposes that combining Conversation Analysis (CA) with Cognitive Grammar (CG) provides a fruitful framework for studying language as a socio-cognitive phenomenon. The authors first discuss two indexical phenomena, the Finnish demonstratives and the Finnish free-standing infinitives; these are first analyzed using the methods of CA, then rediscussed in the framework of CG. the claims language can lay to affecting visual information uptake and hence conceptualization of a static scene in the light of these results. Keywords: construal, ception, preposition, voice, dative, visual world paradigm, eye-movements *Corresponding author: Dagmar Divjak, Departments of English Language .
Introduction - language and the cognitive constructural of space, Martin Putz. Part 1 A space in language: pointing, exis and distance; conceptualizing space in prepositions and morphology. Part 2 Space as a cultural artifact: can langauge use cope with space?; variability in . Welcome to the world of construal! Someone looking for an approachable book introducing Cognitive Linguistics—the basic notions and some of the areas that CL seems to illuminate rather well. It is a wonderful book with which to start an investigation in CL, being purpose would be to begin to think about language with a cognitive approach.
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Language and the Cognitive Construal of the World. by Taylor, John R. / MacLaury, Robert E. Series: Book Book Series. Frontmatter Pages I-XIV. Get Access to Full Text. Introduction: On construing the world On construing the world of language.
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MacLaury. Introduction: On construing the world; Seeing it in more than one way; Possession and possessive constructions; What lack needs to have: A study in the cognitive semantics of privation; The construal of cause: The case of cause prepositions; Conceptual grammaticalization and prediction; Metaphors of anger in Japanese.
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In book: The Evolution of Language. Proceedings of the 9th Conference on the Evolution of Language, Publisher: World Scientific, pp especially in the domain of cognitive construal.
Preface: Linguistic and anthropological approaches to cognition / Robert E. MacLaury --Introduction: On construing the world / John R. Taylor --Seeing it in more than one way / Eugene H. Casad --Possession and possessive constructions / Ronald W. Langacker --What lack needs to have: A study in the cognitive semantics of privation / Savas L.
Looking back at anger: Cultural traditions and metaphorical patterns was published in Language and the Cognitive Construal of the World on page John R. Taylor & Robert E. MacLaury (eds.), Language and the cognitive construal of the world. (Trends in linguistics: Studies and monographs, 82).
Berlin: Mouton. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages). Contents: Frontmatter --Introduction: On construing the world --Seeing it in more than one way --Possession and possessive constructions --What lack needs to have: A study in the cognitive semantics of privation --The construal of cause: The case of cause prepositions --Conceptual.
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MacLaury. Berlin ; New York: Mouton de Gruyter, xiii, pages: On construing the world of language / Nigel Love. Other information. Construal used to be viewed as an obstruction in one's perception of the world, but has evolved into a mechanism used to explain how or why a person thinks the way they do.
 Cognitive psychologists have been perhaps the most preoccupied with the idea of construal. Køb Language and the Cognitive Construal of the World som e-bog på engelsk til markedets laveste pris og få den straks på mail. TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS is a series of books that open new perspectives in our understanding of langua.
A fundamental principle in cognitive linguistics is that semantics is, indeed, primarily cognitive and not a matter of relationships between language and the world (or truth conditions with respect to a model). This principle becomes especially manifest in the research into facets of meaning and grammatical organization which crucially makes use of notions such as “perspective.
Language and the Cognitive Construal of the World. Language and the Cognitive Construal of the World. Blount, Ben G. The 14 chapters in this volume are from papers presented at various professional meetings between andprincipally at the and meetings of the Linguistic Society of America and at the conference "Language, Thought, and Culture: A.
Cognitive semantics is part of the cognitive linguistics movement. Semantics is the study of linguistic meaning. Cognitive semantics holds that language is part of a more general human cognitive ability, and can therefore only describe the world as people conceive of it.
It is implicit that different linguistic communities conceive of simple things and processes in the world differently. Construal in language: A visual-world approach to the effects of linguistic alternations on event perception and conception Article (PDF Available) in Cognitive Linguistics December with.
Researchers have identified patterns of intuitive thinking that are commonly used to understand and reason about the biological world.
These cognitive construals (anthropic, teleological, and essentialist thinking), while useful in everyday life, have also been associated with misconceptions about biological science.
Although construal-based thinking is pervasive among students, we know .The Construal of Space in Language and Thought Martin Pütz, René Dirven cognitive speaker examples example temporal discourse linguistic university path terms lexical english You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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