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Of course, context also constrains the construction of ad hoc categories. Assume that in the case of “Robert is a bulldozer,” the context, as part of the mutual cognitive environment holding at that moment for the speaker and listener, primes the incorporation of the mind as machine metaphor, such as when Robert or someone else is previously described as a powerful thinker. This conceptual metaphor provides many possible mappings between the source domain machine and the target domain mind. At this point, a relevance-guided sorting process determines which of the many possible source-to-target domain mappings of the machine to mind metaphor may be applied to constructing the ad hoc concept bulldozer* that meets the expectation of optimal relevance for this context.
For instance, the fact that people have certain embodied experiences of hunger that are particularly salient suggests that these should be mapped onto any talk about abstract desires unrelated to hunger. , “I become talkative for fame and fortune”) (Gibbs, Lima, and Francuzo 2004). This research is important because it independently examines people’s embodied experiences and uses this information to make predictions about the kinds of figurative expressions ordinarily used to express metaphorical conceptions, such as those related to desire is hunger.
Action for effect of the action) in the target. This metonymy, which is a consequence of the Mapping Enforcement Principle, enables us to preserve the possession element in the metaphoric source (see Figure 1). 4. Metonymic chains The Mapping Enforcement Principle is active not only in the metonymic development of some metaphors but also in the production of double metonymies (cf. Ruiz de Mendoza and Díez, 2002) also called metonymic chains (Barcelona, 2002: 266). Consider these examples: (4) I love Proust (‘Proust’s work’) (5) Proust is on the top shelf (‘a book containing Proust’s work’) In (4) we have a clear case of author for work.
Aspects of Meaning Construction (Z 136) by Gunter Radden, Klaus-Michael Kopcke, Thomas Berg, Peter Siemund