Metaphors we live by
She has high standards.
Metaphors we live by
Though the polar oppositions up-down,in-out, etc. Physical basis- Physical size typically correlates with physical strength, and the victor in a fight is typically on top. Things are at an all-time low. Thank you for your time. Physical basis: If you add more of a substance or of physical objects to a container or pile, the level goes up. Thinking about her always gives me a lift. Linguists, philosophers, and psychologists have been quick to jump on the metaphorical bandwagon, but so far AI researchers have not. He's in top shape. The key idea is that metaphors structure how we think about the world. He's in the high command.
The meaning is right there in the words. You don't use your time, profitably.
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As the authors say, just what would it mean if we changed our metaphors about arguments? This is a pity, as it is the sort of book I really ought to have read in full back then and perhaps again a couple of times since. The main idea is that rather than metaphors being curious literary devices, that they in fact are central to how we understan I first read parts of this book nearly 20 years ago. It is also very different from most AI models of knowledge representation and language understanding. The fact that we in part conceptualize arguments in terms of battle systematically influences the shape argument stake and the way we talk about what we do in arguing. We will be looking at up-down spatialization metaphors, which have been studied intensively by William Nagy, as an illustration. He dropped dead. I'm feeling up.
In particularly acrimonious arguments we may even hurt the feelings of some of those around us and in these days of military euphemism we may refer to these people as collateral-damage.
What if arguments were no longer wars, but rather dances? The classical theory of metaphor also says that metaphors arise from objective similarity.
It was then that she stopped being a teacher and facilitator only to became a package delivery officer.
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Our concepts structure what we perceive, how we get around in the world, and how we relate to other people. A far more subtle case of how a metaphorical concept can hide an aspect of our experience can be seen in what Michael Reddy has called the "conduit metaphor. When you have a good idea, try to capture it immediately in words. I meant to get my hands on the whole thing back then too and read it from cover to cover, but for one reason or another I never seemed to get around to it. Try to imagine a culture where arguments are not viewed in terms of war, where no one wins or loses, where there is no sense of attacking or defending, gaining or losing ground. That would be beneath me. My income rose last year. He's really low these days. A portion of the conceptual network of battle partially characterizes file concept of an argument, and the language follows suit. And so on. Typically, an abstract domain is understood metaphorically in terms of a more concrete domain. She is an up-standing citizen. I lost a lot of time when I got sick. I demolished his argument.
He's in top shape. How do you spend your time these days?
It would seem strange even to call what they were doing "arguing.
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