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Psycholinguistic studies have shown, for instance, that people can immediately judge that the letter string “heat” is a word right after reading “John blew his stack,” because of the quick recruitment of the conceptual metaphor anger is heated fluid in a container (Gibbs, Bogdonovich, Sykes and Barr 1997). , 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.
Imagine that we have heard a dog growl behind the door and then we see the door move open. ’ This inference is retrieved on the basis of a high-level metonymic process, which we will label process for action (cf. Ruiz de Mendoza and Pérez 2001). Finally, consider sentence (3), where the event of destroying a city is treated as a physical entity. It may be argued that this sentence is an example of the high-level metaphor events are entities. g. the agent of the action); the event is seen as an encapsulated piece of experience that can be treated as an instrument (We were threatened with destruction), as an object of perception (We saw their destruction) or of knowledge and understanding (We knew about their destruction); however, since the nominalization preserves the internal structure of the event, it is possible 35 36 Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez and Ricardo Mairal Usón to make use of it in terms of time relationships (We were able to put an end to the destruction of the city).
Aspects of Meaning Construction (Z 136) by Gunter Radden, Klaus-Michael Kopcke, Thomas Berg, Peter Siemund