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Disembodied Entities: Linguistic Factors Determining Semantic Role Assignment Of Target Domain Referents In Metaphoric Duals, Zachary Rosen Jan 2018

Disembodied Entities: Linguistic Factors Determining Semantic Role Assignment Of Target Domain Referents In Metaphoric Duals, Zachary Rosen

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Though there exists a profound, and constantly evolving literature exploring the nature of English speakers’ alternations of temporal metaphors (Gentner, Imai, & Boroditsky 2002; McGlone & Harding 1998; Matlock, Ramscar, & Boroditsky 2005 as a selection), strikingly little work has been done on extending the research in temporal reasoning to other examples of metaphoric duals (as defined in Lakoff 1993)—alternations in which the target domain referent is either construed as moving object in space, such as in “His sadness is catching up to him”, or as a location to which other entities are oriented to, as in “He fell into a deep sadness”—in other domains ...