By Zoltan Kovecses
Combining up to date scholarship with transparent and available language and important workouts, Metaphor: a realistic creation is a useful source for all readers attracted to metaphor. This moment variation comprises new chapters--on 'metaphors in discourse' and 'metaphor and emotion' --along with new routines, responses to feedback and up to date advancements within the box, and revised scholar workouts, tables, and figures.
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Reddy (1979) is a study of the metaphors for communication and introduces some of the basic insights into the nature of metaphor in the cognitive linguistic view. Adamson et al. (1996) and Rohrer (1995) analyze the American political scene using the cognitive linguistic approach to metaphor. Sweetser (1990) contains a chapter in which she describes a system of metaphors for the mind and thought that she calls 30 METAPHOR the Mind-as-Body metaphor. Talmy (1988) calls attention to the importance of “force dynamics” in the study of language and cognition; he treats the notion of force as a major source domain in the conceptualization of a variety of abstract concepts.
It is also comprehended as a force, not just a physical one but a physiological force like hunger or thirst. It is also often understood in terms of heat. Some examples include: The jacket I saw in the shopwindow pulled me into the store. She is hungry for knowledge. I am starved for affection. He’s burning to go. 3. Morality Moral categories such as good and bad, as well as honesty, courage, sincerity, honor, and their opposites, are largely understood by means of more concrete source concepts.
The domain of love did not have these elements before it was structured by the domain of journey. It was the application of the journey domain to the love domain that provided the concept of love with this particular structure or set of elements. In a way, it was the concept of journey that “created” the concept of love. To see that this is so, try to do a thought experiment. Try to imagine the goal, choice, difﬁculty, or progress aspect of love without making use of the journey domain. Can you think of the goal of a love relationship without at the same time thinking of trying to reach a destination at the end of a journey?
Metaphor: A Practical Introduction, Second Edition by Zoltan Kovecses