Cognitive Linguistics in the Making by Aleksander SzwedekCognitive Linguistics in the Making by Aleksander Szwedek

Cognitive Linguistics in the Making

EditorAleksander Szwedek, Kinga Rudnicka-Szozda

Hardcover | March 19, 2015

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The papers in this book address the most fundamental, currently investigated problems in cognitive linguistics in a wide spectrum of perspectives. Apart from some traditional descriptions of particular metaphors and metonymies, there are analyses of spatio-temporal relations, motion and stillness, iconicity, force dynamics, as well as subjectivity and objectivity in language. The analyses are based on a number of languages: English, Polish, Russian, German, Lithuanian, Italian and Danish. The essays represent case studies, theoretical analyses as well as practical applications.
Aleksander Szwedek is Professor of Linguistics at the University of Social Sciences in Warsaw. His current interest is the theory of metaphor: the importance of touch and object in metaphorization. Kinga Rudnicka-Szozda is Assistant Professor of Linguistics at the University of Social Sciences in Warsaw. She is currently interested in ...
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Title:Cognitive Linguistics in the MakingFormat:HardcoverDimensions:8.27 × 5.83 × 0.98 inPublished:March 19, 2015Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3631652003

ISBN - 13:9783631652008

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Table of Contents

Contents: Bogusław Bierwiaczonek: On constructivization - a few remarks on the role of metonymy in grammar – Beata Brzozowska-Zburzyńska: A concept of container in temporal phrases - a comparative study – Marta Falkowska: Subjectivity and objectivity in language as seen by Louis Hjelmslev and Ronald W. Langacker – Błażej Garczyński: A cognitive analysis of spatial particles in Danish ENHEDSFORBINDELSER and corresponding compounds – Agnieszka Gicala: A cognitive analysis of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and its Polish translations: linguistic worldview in translation criticism – Adam Głaz: When -ities collide. Virtuality, actuality, reality – Anna Kędra-Kardela: Iconicity and the literary text: A cognitive analysis – Krzysztof Kosecki: On multiple metonymic mappings in signed languages – Marcin Kuczok: The metonymic mappings within the event schema in noun-to-verb back-formations – Anna Kuncy-Zając: The concepts of sleep and death in the Italian language and the unidirectionality of metaphor – Marek Kuźniak / Jacek Woźny: Linguistic Force Dynamics and physics – Katarzyna Kwapisz-Osadnik: The notion of prototype in linguistics and didactics, revisited – Aleksandra Majdzińska: Using cognitive tools in analysing variant construals: the remakes of «The Scream» by Edvard Munch – Józef Marcinkiewicz: The metaphor in feedback transfer in L2 acquisition (with some examples of the interaction between the Polish and Lithuanian languages) – Jolanta Mazurkiewicz-Sokołowska: The process of language acquisition by a child with profound hearing loss and co-existing defects as a contribution to the proposal on the need for a comprehensive approach to the phenomenon of human language capability – Maciej Paprocki: Infecting the body politic? Modern and post-modern (ab)use of Immigrants Are Invading Pathogens metaphor in American socio-political discourse – Judit Pethő-Szirmai: A cognitive investigation of the category of sin – Małgorzata Płomińska: Linguistic and cultural image of the notion of ‘death’ in Polish and German – Joanna Podhorodecka: ‘Do we always like doing the things that we like to do?’ Non-finite complementation of the verb Like – Beata Rycielska: What do the Russian prefixes вы-, из- and the preposition из have in common and what makes them different? – Olga Sokołowska: Metonymy and metaphor as merging categories. A study of linguistic expressions referring to the face – Elżbieta Tabakowska: Iconicity and (cognitive) grammar: where shall the twain meet? – Jacek Tadeusz Waliński: Motion as a modulator of spatiotemporal relations in prepositional expressions of distance – Ewa Wychorska: Abstract vs concrete: contrastive analysis of the conceptualization of stillness and motion in Polish and English – Magdalena Zyga: Conceptual-linguistic creativity in poetic texts as a potential source of translation problems.