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Cognitive Linguistics

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  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 1520 pages
  • SAGE Publications Ltd
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In the past few decades, cognitive linguistics has developed into one of the most dynamic and empirically insightful frameworks within theoretical and descriptive linguistics. It represents a revolutionary, new movement in modern linguistics which includes a variety of approaches and methodologies. They are, however, unified by a number of common assumptions. Foremost among these is the thesis of “cognition and embodiment”: (i) language forms an integral part of human cognition, and (ii) any insightful analysis of linguistic phenomena needs to be embedded in what is known about human cognitive abilities and embodied experience.

Cognitive linguistics aims, in new and insightful perspectives, for a cognitively plausible and natural account of what it means to know language, how language evolutionally emerged, how language is acquired, how language dynamically changes, and how language is used for communication in a creative way.

This five-volume major work brings together articles on this broad subject which take up a number of crucial issues both theoretical and methodological; investigate research questions relating to phonology, morphology and grammar; explore issues relating to the semantic and pragmatic mechanism of language and communication; and outline and survey the interdisciplinary relationship between cognitive linguistics and related fields of cognitive science.



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VOLUME ONE: THEORY AND METHOD

The Quiet Revolution: Ron Langacker’s Fall Quarter 1977 Lectures John Newman

The Cognitive Linguistics Enterprise: An Overview Vyvyan Evans, Benjamin Bergen and Jörg Zinken

Cognitive versus Generative Linguistics: How Commitments Influence Results George Lakoff

Cognitive Linguistics Gilles Faucconier

An Introduction to Cognitive Grammar Ronald Langacker

Why Cognitive Linguists Should Care More about Empirical Methods Raymond Gibbs, Jr.

Why Cognitive Linguistics Requires Embodied Realism Mark Johnson and George Lakoff

Embodiment and Experientialism Tim Rohrer

Some Thoughts on the Boundaries and Components of Linguistics Charles J. Fillmore

The Relation of Grammar to Cognition Leonard Talmy

VOLUME TWO: COGNITIVE PHONOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY

Cognitive Phonology George Lakoff

Phonotactic Constraints in Cognitive Phonology Riitta Välimaa-Blum

Towards a Usage-based Cognitive Phonology Gitte Kristiansen

Word Frequency and Context of Use in the Lexical Diffusion of Phonetically Conditioned Sound Change Joan Bybee

A Cognitive Approach to Clinical Phonology Anna Vogel Sosa and Joan Bybee

Phonogenesis Paul Hopper

A Connectionist Implementation of Cognitive Phonology Deirdre Wheeler and David Touretzky

Phonological Representation of Morphological Complexity: Alternative Models (Neuro- and Psycholinguistic Evidence) Pier Marco Bertinetto

Evaluation through Morphology: A Cognitive Perspective Natalia Besedina

What Is a Morpheme? A View from Construction Grammar Richard Rhodes

Metonymy in Word-Formation Laura Janda

VOLUME THREE: COGNITIVE GRAMMAR AND SYNTAX

The Mechanisms of Construction Grammar Charles Fillmore

Constructions in Cognitive Grammar Ronald Langacker

Constructionist Approaches to Language Adele Goldberg

Logical and Typological Arguments for Radical Construction Grammar William Croft

Linguistic Gestalts George Lakoff

Syntactic Amalgams George Lakoff

Emergent Grammar Paul Hopper

Metonymic Grammar Ronald Langacker

Towards a Corpus-based Identification of Prototypical Instances of Constructions Stefan Th. Gries

Collostructions: Investigating the Interaction between Words and Constructions Anatol Stefanowitsch and Stefan Th. Gries

VOLUME FOUR: COGNITIVE SEMANTICS

An Alternative to Checklist Theories of Meaning Charles Fillmore

Context, Cognition, and Semantics: A Unified Dynamic Approach Ronald Langacker

Conceptual Metaphor in Everyday Language George Lakoff and Mark Johnson

Metaphtonymy: The Interaction of Metaphor and Metonymy in Expressions for Linguistic Action Louis Goossens

Force Dynamics in Language and Thought Leonard Talmy

Conceptual Integration Networks Gilles Fauconnier and Mark Turner

Blending and Coded Meaning: Literal and Figurative Meaning in Cognitive Semantics Seana Coulson and Todd Oakley

Domains and Image Schemas Timothy Clausner and William Croft

Image Schemas: From Linguistic Analysis to Neural Grounding Ellen Dodge and George Lakoff

The Brain’s Concepts: The Role of the Sensory-Motor System in Conceptual Knowledge Vittorio Gallese and George Lakoff

VOLUME FIVE: COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS & RELATED FIELDS

First Steps toward a Usage-based Theory of Language Acquisition Michael Tomasello

The LAD Goes to School: A Cautionary Tale for Nativists Ewa Dabrowska

Integrating Cognitive Linguistics and Foreign Language Teaching: Historical Background and New Developments Antoon De Rycker and Sabine De Knop

Linguistic Selection: An Utterance-based Evolutionary Theory of Language William Croft

Cognitive Linguistic Approaches to Literary Studies: State of the Art in Cognitive Poetics Margaret H. Freeman

The Neuroscience of Form in Art George Lakoff

What Does It Mean to Compare Language and Gesture? Modalities and Constrasts Eve Sweetser

Conceptual Metaphor and the Cognitive Foundations of Mathematics Rafael N?ñez

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