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By Gunter Radden, Klaus-Michael Kopcke, Thomas Berg, Peter Siemund

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Object for user). The challenge for both cognitive linguists and psycholinguists is to discover more specific metonymic relations that may be amenable to empirical test and to find ways of showing that schematic knowledge of the sort like object for user seems to be used in speaking and listening. , “Iraq is becoming another Vietnam” or place for event). 4. Studies on metonymic processing Despite the paucity of experimental studies that directly explore the possible role of conceptual metonymy in language use, psycholinguists have investigated a few features of metonymic language understanding, many of which are consistent with Panther and Thornburg’s own analyses.

We now turn our attention to the question of general constraints on metaphor and metonymy since these constraints carry over to cases of high-level metaphor and metonymy, as will be seen in section 5. High-level metaphor and metonymy in meaning construction 3. Constraints on metaphor and metonymy One of the problems with the original formulation of the cognitive theory of metaphor was to account for the way in which a linguistic description may rule out cases of non-metaphor on a principled basis.

Further discussion within cognitive and corpus linguistics needs to address the criteria for making theoretically motivated claims about the ubiquity of metonymy, and metaphor for that matter, in real discourse. For example, how frequent does a particular metonymic mapping have to be in language to indicate the presence of an underlying conceptual metonymy motivating this speech? Corpus linguistic studies of metonymy can also be employed to provide critical tests of specific ideas about conceptual metonymy, such as Panther and Thornburg’s Figurative meaning construction claim that in a prototypical metonymy, the target meaning is more prominent than the source.

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