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Women, Fire and Dangerous Things: What Categories Reveal About the Mind

ЗаглавиеWomen, Fire and Dangerous Things: What Categories Reveal About the Mind
Вид на публикациятаBook
Година на публикуване1987
АвториLakoff, G
ИздателThe University of Chicago Press
Място на издаванеChicago, IL
Език на публикациятаeng

This book presents some of the most stimulating ideas on mind and meaning I have ever read. It is a book that has far-reaching consequences and is sure to rattle the foundations of thinking and research in the cognitive sciences.

Reseach Notes

Book I: The Mind beyond the Machine
Part I: Categories and Cognitive Models
1. The Importance of Categorization
2. From Wittgenstein to Rosch
3. Prototype Effects in Language
4. Idealized Cognitive Models
5. Metonymic Models
6. Radical Categories
7. Features, Stereotypes, and Defaults
8. More about Cognitive Models
9. Defenders of the Classical View
10. Review
Part II: Philosophical Implications
11. The Objectivist Paradigm
12. What's Wrong with Objectivist Metaphysics
13. What's Wrong with Objectivist Cognition
14. The Formalist Enterprise
15. Putnam's Theorem
16. A New Realism
17. Cognitive Semantics
18. Whorf and Relativism
19. The Mind-As-Machine Paradigm
20. Mathematics as a Cognitive Activity
21. Overview
Book II: Case Studies
1. Anger
2. Over
3. There-Constructions
Name Index
Subject Index

Код за цитиранеLakoff1987
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