Metaphor and Metonymy across Time and Cultures by Javier E. Díaz-Vera download in ePub, pdf, iPad
Austin talks about the limit of the actions we perform, whereas Searle talks about the underlying principles of actions. It is not a matter of communication as with Searle but of behavior. We lose the linguistic turn of philosophy.
Frames of conversation, for example in politeness, have emotional components and even laughter and weeping may be normative, ritualized and be a part of conversation in a given culture. If the same thing is said by Pedro Reygadas then it would surely generate a reaction against the speaker who has no recognition as an expert in the argumentation theory community.
The disposition of discourse Rhetoric has shown for centuries that the opening and closing movements in a discourse are highly emotive. Even negation may be subject to emotional manipulation.
Research articles in the social sciences are not required to show command of the relevant subjects in cognitive science in order to pass peer review. For Austin the object of study is the agent in a context. The way out for the necessary consideration of relative and specific patterns of emotion and emotional expression is to consider emotions as propositional attitudes. Actions without agents are not actions. Emotions are evoked differently according to the recipient.
In the emotional linguistic components of a proposition or a schematization we have three operations taking place at the same time. As we can see, to talk about emotions and language is not only to talk about the field of emotion words. The scope of human thought is vast. How they constitute emotion through their behaviors. The relevance of the disposition of the arguments challenges the propositional approach.
We are studying a case of a shooter that suggests that this is a real danger. This idea of anger fits with the hydraulic metaphor in Western theory of emotions.
Other affective components of language and discourse The discursive appeal to emotions does not end with the anchorage operation. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers. But a self is a complicated and dynamic outcome of complicated conceptual integration networks.
Emotions as motives for action Here we are back to speech acts, in a new level of our discussion. This is always done, even in natural processes of arguing. The indispensability of human-scale blends is a strong constraint on thought. The human brain is a bubble chamber of mental spaces, constantly building new integration networks, and a culture is an even larger bubble chamber.
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