Metaphor and Thought

@article{MacKay1979MetaphorAT,
  title={Metaphor and Thought},
  author={Donald G. MacKay and Toshi Konishi and Andrew Ortony},
  journal={Language},
  year={1979},
  volume={56},
  pages={916}
}
Preface to first edition Preface List of contributors 1. Metaphor, language and thought ANDREW ORTONY Part I. Metaphor and Meaning: 2. More about metaphor Max Black Figurative speech and linguistics Jerrold M. Saddock The semantics of metaphor L. Jonathan Cohen Some problems with the notion of literal meanings David E. Rumelhart Metaphor John R. Searle Language, concepts, and worlds: Three domains of metaphor Samuel R. Levin Observations on the pragmatics of metaphor Jerry L. Morgan Part II… Expand
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