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|Statement||edited by Klaus-Uwe Panther, Linda L. Thornburg.|
|Series||Pragmatics & beyond,, new. ser. v. 113|
|Contributions||Panther, Klaus-Uwe, 1942-, Thornburg, Linda L., International Pragmatics Conference (7th : 2000 : Budapest, Hungary)|
|LC Classifications||P301.5.M49 M488 2003|
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|Pagination||x, 280 p. :|
|Number of Pages||280|
|ISBN 10||9027253552, 1588114007|
|LC Control Number||2003050290|
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In recent years, conceptual metonymy has been recognized as a cognitive phenomenon that is as fundamental as metaphor for reasoning and the construction of meaning. The thoroughly revised chapters in the present volume originated as presentations in a workshop organized by the editors for the "7th International Pragmatics Conference" held in Budapest in Download Metonymy And Pragmatic Inferencing books, In recent years, conceptual metonymy has been recognized as a cognitive phenomenon that is as fundamental as metaphor for reasoning and the construction of meaning.
The thoroughly revised chapters in the present volume originated as presentations in a workshop organized by the editors for the. Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing Klaus-Uwe Panther (ed.), Linda L. Thornburg (ed.) In recent years, conceptual metonymy has been recognized as a cognitive phenomenon that is as fundamental as metaphor for reasoning and the construction of meaning.
Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing by Klaus-Uwe Panther,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). In recent years, conceptual metonymy has been recognized as a cognitive phenomenon that is as fundamental as metaphor for reasoning and the construction of meaning.
The thoroughly revised chapters in the present volume originated as presentations in a workshop organized by the editors for the 7th International Pragmatics Conference. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
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of metonymy in pragmatic inferencing by means of analysing the compre hension of jokes and similar types of discourse which, even though they often involve complex infer ential mechanisms, Metonymy and pragmatic inferencing book.
- No reference is made by the author to the recent important research on metonymy from a cognitive linguistic approach published long before her book was written (e.g. Panther and Radden, ), especially as regards the role of metonymy in pragmatic inferencing (e.g.
Panther and Thornburg, ), or grammar (Langacker, ). Message 1: Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing Date: Thu, 13 Nov (EST) From: Geert Br ne Subject: Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing Panther, Klaus-Uwe and Linda L.
Thornburg, eds. () Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing, John Benjamins Publishing Company, Pragmatics and Beyond New Series Debra Ziegeler Metonymy and pragmatic inference in the functional reanalysis of grammatical morphemes in Japanese Shigeko Okamoto Part IV. Metonymic inferencing across languages Metonymic construals of shopping requests in have- and be-languages G nter Radden and Ken-ichi Seto Metonymic coding of linguistic action in.
Metonymic reasoning and pragmatic inferencing Conceptual metonymy is a cognitive process that is pervasive in grammar, the lexicon, conceptual structure, and language use.
Metonymies provide what we call natural inference schemas (Thornburg & Panther ) that guide much of pragmatic reasoning in the construction. ‘The case for a metonymic basis of pragmatic inferencing: Evidence from jokes and funny anecdotes’, in Panther K.-U.
& Thornburg L.L. (eds.), Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing, Zurich: John Benjamins, pp. Cognitive operations and pragmatic implication (by Ruiz de Mendoza Ibanez, Francisco Jose); 6. Metonymy and conceptual blending (by Coulson, Seana); 7.
The case for a metonymic basis of pragmatic inferencing: Evidence from jokes and funny anecdotes (by Barcelona, Antonio); 8. Part II. Metonymic inferencing and grammatical structure; 9. Introduction.
Metonymy (Greek μετωνυμία, Latin denominatio) has been known as a rhetorical trope since Greek online Oxford English Dictionary defines this trope as “[a] figure of speech characterized by the action of substituting for a word or phrase denoting an object, action, institution, etc., a word or phrase denoting a property or something associated with it [.
Thepapers in this book continue and elaborate a research program that began with a theme session organized by two of the editors (Panther and Thornburg)at the 7th Interna-tional Pragmatics Conference in Budapest (), which resulted in the volume Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing () edited by Panther and Thornburgand published in Ben.
Metonymies as natural inference and activation schemas: The case of dependent clauses as independent speech acts. In K.-U. Panther, & L. Thornburg (Eds.), Metonymy and pragmatic inferencing (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series ) (pp. Amsterdam and.
Embodied Frames and Scenes: Body-Based Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing in Gesture. Klaus-Uwe Panther: free download. Ebooks library. On-line books store on Z-Library | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.
Metonymy and pragmatic inferencing; 4. The contributions to this volume; 5. Prospects for studies in metonymy; Notes; References; Part 1.
The place of metonymy in cognition and pragmatics; Cognitive operations and pragmatic implication; Metonymy and conceptual blending; The case for a metonymic basis of pragmatic inferencing. Series Title. This paper lays out the foundations of a frame-based account of gesture pragmatics through detailing how frames and metonymy interact not only in motivating gestural sign formation, but also in guiding crossmodal processes of pragmatic inferencing.
It is argued that gestures recruiting frame structures tend to profile deeply embodied, routinized aspects of scenes (in the Fillmorian. Thornburg and Panther's key ideas on the role of metonymy in pragmatic inferencing were laid out in an article in the Journal of Pragmatics () and applied and refined in many subsequent publications culminating in their edited volume Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing ().
The book under review constitutes, to my knowledge, one of the few collections of essays within the cognitive linguistics paradigm that is exclusively dedicated to the relationship of metonymy and pragmatic inference (as the editors show, some other related works on the conceptual, pragmatic, and grammatical role of.
value of metonymy for pragmatic inferencing, metonymy should not be viewed as performing only its prototypical referential function. Metonymic mappings are operative in speech acts at the level of reference, predication, proposition and illocution. Th e aim of this paper is to study the role of metonymy in pragmatic inferencing in spoken.
Author: Klaus-Uwe Panther Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: Get Books with the advent of Cognitive Linguistics, metonymy and metaphor are now recognized as being not only ornamental rhetorical tropes but fundamental figures of thought that shape, to a considerable extent, the conceptual structure of languages.
It first reviews the theory of metonymy regarding the conceptual, lexical and contextual facets of the phenomenon. It then explores the possibility of extending the conceptual relevance of metonymy beyond the traditional typological approach of metonymic categorization, re-interpreting it as a frame-integration mechanism, or blending, whereby.
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In René Dirven & Ralf Pörings (eds.), Metaphor and metonymy in comparison and contrast, – Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Barcelona, Antonio. The case of a metonymy basis of pragmatic inferencing: Evidence from jokes and funny anecdotes.
In Klaus-Uwe Panther & Linda Thornburg (eds.), Metonymy and pragmatic inferencing, 81– Metonymy and pragmatic inferencing underpin the experiences of language reported by people who live with mental illness, with both positive and negative effects. Closer attention to the influence of language can contribute to better therapeutic outcomes.
Front pages xii. - No reference is made by the author to the recent important research on metonymy from a cognitive linguistic approach published long before her book was written (e.g.
Panther and Radden, ), especially as regards the role of metonymy in pragmatic inferencing (e.g. Panther and Thornburg, ), or grammar (Langacker, ). The following is a list of common metonyms. A metonym is a figure of speech used in rhetoric in which a thing or concept is not called by its own name, but by the name of something intimately associated with that thing or concept.
For instance, "Westminster", a borough of London in the United Kingdom, could be used as a metonym for the country's government.
Horn, Lawrence. Toward a new taxonomy for pragmatic inference: Q-based and R-based implicature. In D. Schiffrin (ed.), Meaning, Form and Use in Context, 11– Washington: Georgetown University Press.
Jiang, Xiaohong. Referential metonymy: Reference transfer and pragmatic motivations. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics 1– Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Linda L Thornburg books online.
Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Review of Hopper & Traugott Grammaticalization Chapter 4: Pragmatic Inferencing. Get print version of this file here. Given the mechanisms of successive strategies of reanalysis and analogy the question remains what enables these mechanisms to work.
Why do these things happen. Can we isolate causes or can we only rely on potential or enabling factors, but not causes. Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing. Jan ; Panther; Panther, Klaus-Uwe, Thornburg, Linda (Eds.), Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing.
-The New York Times Book Review "This book. The final two chapters of Part 1 apply metonymy to the analysis of complex tropes: Tanja Gradečak-Erdeljić and Goran Milić explore metonymic inference and pragmatic functions of euphemisms and dysphemisms in political discourse; and Javier Herrero Ruiz analyzes more tropes such as irony, oxymoron, overstatement, and understatement.
Metonymy and pragmatic inferencing (Pragmatics and Beyond New Series ). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Panther, Klaus-Uwe & Thornburg, Linda L. Metonymy. Panther, Klaus-Uwe & Linda L. Thornburg (eds.). Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing Author(s): Shaoxiang Wang 1 View Affiliations Hide Affiliations Affiliations: Article Type: Book Review Most Cited A Cross-Linguistic Survey of the Grammaticization of Evidentiality.
Revisions of papers presented in the workshop Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing organized for the 7th International Pragmatics Conference held in Budapest, Hungary, JulyIncludes bibliographical references and indexes. Metonyms--Congresses.
Pragmatics--Congresses. Inference-- Congresses. Speech acts (Linguistics. metonymic definition: 1. relating to or using metonymy (= referring to something using a word that describes one of its.
Learn more.Referential Metonymy, Issue 1 Referential Metonymy, Beatrice Warren Scripta minora Regiae Societatis Humaniorum Litterarum Lundensis, ISSN Scripta minora: Kungliga Humanistiska Vetenskapssamfundet: Author: Beatrice Warren: Publisher: Almqvist & Wiksell, ISBN:Length: 71 pages: Subjects.
Introducing visuo-kinetic signs as an umbrella term for co-speech gestures and signed languages, the paper shows how a frame-based approach to gesture may integrate different cognitive/functional linguistic and semiotic accounts of metonymy (e.g., experiential domains, frame metonymy, contiguity, and pragmatic inferencing).