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Potrawka z czystej inteligencji - metafora w literackiej antropologii konsumpcji

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The role of the sense of taste is underestimated by both modern philosophers and contemporary linguists, whereas, together with a wide range of food terminology, it is the base of metaphorical conceptualizations of many terms essential for western culture, such as an aesthetic taste and a digestion metaphor. I used the methodology presented by Lakoff and Turner in More than Cool Reason to analyse food metaphors in the prose written by Manuela Cretkowska and Edward Redliński. I examined their semantic potential and freshness or derivativeness as well as the role they play in the creation of artistic text.
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The role of the sense of taste is underestimated by both modern philosophers and contemporary linguists, whereas, together with a wide range of food terminology, it is the base of metaphorical conceptualizations of many terms essential for western culture, such as an aesthetic taste and a digestion metaphor. I used the methodology presented by Lakoff and Turner in More than Cool Reason to analyse food metaphors in the prose written by Manuela Cretkowska and Edward Redliński. I examined their semantic potential and freshness or derivativeness as well as the role they play in the creation of artistic text.
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10
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2008
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2008-12-15
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_pt_2008_10_9
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