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2014 | 47 | 4 |
Article title

Conceptual Blends with Shepherd(s)/Sheep Imagery in Selected Patristic Writings

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The article addresses the problem of the Christian discourse, and more specifically conceptual blends with “shepherd”, “sheep” and related concepts in an input space in the writings of Ignatius of Antioch, St Augustine, Cyprian of Carthage and others. The analysis of selected blends shows their importance in Christian discourse and their role in the creation of the doctrine and practice of the early Church. The article shows that conceptual blends are a flexible tool for conceptualising different notions in accordance with the aims of their authors. The overall objective of this article is to show the role of language in the formation of the Christian identity and doctrine, and the usefulness of the blending theory in the description of these phenomena.
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47
Issue
4
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2014
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2014-12-02
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-issn-2084-4077-year-2014-volume-47-issue-4-article-5277
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