IDIOMATICS OF MADNESS: THE METAPHORS AND PROLIFERATED MEANINGS
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IDIOMATICS OF MADNESS: THE METAPHORS AND PROLIFERATED MEANINGS
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S241377150000616-0-1
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Article
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Published
Pages
22-31
Abstract
The paper considers the idioms of craziness and madness. It is demonstrated that a metaphor, which internally in forms a phraseological unit, also affects its actual meaning by motivating semantics. At the same time, a model of inner form - that is, a combination of meaningful components common for several metaphors - becomes an instrument for putting the actual meaning in code. Techniques of coding are language-specific. The paper focuses upon major types of inner-form models of the idioms of madness. Inner form can predict the resulting actual meaning only partially.
Keywords
metaphor, inner form, idiomatics, semantics of craziness and madness, inner form model
Date of publication
01.01.2014
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