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Cognitive Linguistics: An Introductory Sketch

By Joseph Hilferty


It is probably no exaggeration to say that most contemporary grammatical frameworks take perception, thought, and language to be only tangentially, and not directly, related to one another. In the world view of such theories, these three pillars of the human mind constitute quite different types of knowledge and therefor

Year: 2011
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