More than Cool Reason: A Field Guide to Poetic Metaphor

  title={More than Cool Reason: A Field Guide to Poetic Metaphor},
  author={George Lakoff and Mark Turner},
"The authors restore metaphor to our lives by showing us that it's never gone away. We've merely been taught to talk as if it had: as though weather maps were more 'real' than the breath of autumn; as though, for that matter, Reason was really 'cool.' What we're saying whenever we say is a theme this book illumines for anyone attentive." -- Hugh Kenner, Johns Hopkins University "In this bold and powerful book, Lakoff and Turner continue their use of metaphor to show how our minds get hold of… 
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