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This chapter introduces a “person-oriented” approach to the study of language that focuses attention on the language use of the individual, as opposed to the collective, and the role that an individual’s personal experience (life history, life style, personal preferences, etc

in Handbook of Cognitive Semantics Online

. Though the body has been acknowledged as motivating linguistic expressions from the very beginning, until recently, there was an implicit separation of an individual mind from embodied and intersubjective dimensions of communication. Broadly speaking, intersubjectivity as a concept attempts to account

in Handbook of Cognitive Semantics Online

influenced by the fact that the artifacts have been built for motion along them. Participants in the survey (n = 66) were told that their mental imagery for events in life would be tested and asked to form a mental image of a) being on a path (n = 16), b) being on a road (n = 16), c) moving on a path (n = 17

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conceptualization can be described as a cognitive process in which the meaning denoted in linguistic expressions is analyzed in terms of concepts from cognitive science, psychology, neural science, mathematics and other disciplines, for the purpose of providing a motivated explanation of the correspondence between

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behavior and/or activity. The sacralization of the duality east/west has a direct impact on the language used to express these opposites. In Ancient Greek, the word ἀνατολή anatolḗ , commonly in the plural ἀνατολαί anatolaí , in addition to the meaning ‘east’, also refers to life

in Encyclopedia of Greek Language and Linguistics Online
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there are no rungs on it,” as Lakoff (2008:29) observes. Here we see how a well-entrenched conceptualization of life in America can be put in perspective by being confronted with reality, including aspects of reality that are left out of the picture (and this could be illustrated with classic “old

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.e., contact varieties of Slavic languages. The term "migrant language" typically refers to first-generation migrants, the term "heritage language" to second-generation migrants living in a bilingual environment from an early age. A heritage language is neither first (native) language nor

in Encyclopedia of Slavic Languages and Linguistics Online

political circumstances of the 1840s, a new attempt to codify the Slovak language arose in the work of Ľudovít Štúr, motivated by the defense of Slovak national rights, in which representatives of the Lutheran church were more active than the Catholics. The Lutheran leaders had not accepted Bernolák

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instructions for using the procedure, which should assuage some fears they may have about having to do the budgets a different way. The brief­ ing closes by emphasizing that the departments will benefit from the change as well as the company in general-a strategy that should further motivate the readers to

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Elementa universalis linguae slavicae e vivis dialectis eruta et sanis logicae principiis suffulta 'Elements of a universal Slavic language, identified from the living dialects and strengthened by the principles of rational logic' in 1826. His primary goal was to elevate the Slavic languages and

in Encyclopedia of Slavic Languages and Linguistics Online