An analogy-oriented type hierarchy for linguistic creativity

@article{Veale2006AnAT,
  title={An analogy-oriented type hierarchy for linguistic creativity},
  author={Tony Veale},
  journal={Knowl.-Based Syst.},
  year={2006},
  volume={19},
  pages={471-479}
}
Metaphor and analogy are perhaps the most challenging aspects of linguistic creativity for a conceptual representation to facilitate, since by their very nature they seek to stretch the boundaries of domain description and dynamically establish new ways of determining inter-domain similarity. By solving the vexing representational problems posed by these phenomena, we can create a more fluid conceptual organization that is more suited to creative processing in general. Toward this end, this… CONTINUE READING
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