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Smell, Odor, and Somatic Work: Sense-Making and Sensory Management

Dennis D. Waskul, Phillip Vannini
2008 Social psychology quarterly  
Sensation (noun) is emergent in joint acts of sensing (verb).  ...  Our data are drawn from a convenience sample of twenty-three participants who reflected on their olfactory experiences through the use of research journals.  ...  We argue that sensation (noun) is emergent in joint acts of sensing (verb) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/019027250807100107 fatcat:2cjdrftk4zd6lihgbuqkhxk444

Social Sensibility. Simmel, the Senses, and the Aesthetics of Recognition

Barbara Carnevali, Francesca Montemaggi
2017 Simmel Studies  
I focus on the sense of smell and its "distancing" function, and I develop Simmel's insights in line with the phenomenological theory of the "oral sense" (Oralsinn).  ...  I focus on the sense of smell and its "distancing" function, and I develop Simmel's insights in line with the phenomenological theory of the "oral sense" (Oralsinn).  ...  The word Stimmung derives from Stimme, voice, while the verb stimmen, in German, designates a plurality of forms of agreement: the correct being, the relevance to the facts, and also the agreement between  ... 
doi:10.7202/1043789ar fatcat:jwkcisvltrfzvjiwozpry5ly7e

List of Abstracts from the XVIIIth Congress of European Chemoreception Research Organization, ECRO-2008

2008 Chemical Senses  
Ages of patients ranged from 21 to 84. The therapeutic effects of treatment of taste disorder with a zinc agent were studied in 252 cases.  ...  University Itabashi Hospital and complained of a reduction in the sense of taste.  ...  We are examining the usefulness of this method in a clinical context (bilateral obstruction of the olfactory clefts, cranial trauma etc.).  ... 
doi:10.1093/chemse/bjn083 fatcat:bna7hg4zsbebfabzwjw7o7yspy

EFL Learners' Comprehension of Scalar Emotion Verbs

Ismail Saka
2020 International journal of modern education studies  
This study may contribute to semantic analysis of emotion verbs in lexical databases.  ...  This study investigated EFL learners' comprehension of scalar properties of three types of emotion verbs, namely, fear type, liking and disliking emotion verbs and compare their performance with instructors  ...  words are not synonyms as from each word, in terms of English usage, a different 'stair step' will be derived.  ... 
doi:10.51383/ijonmes.2020.54 fatcat:npqxfdgjvjc65aicgegqkqtvpi

An Introduction to Cognitive Grammar

R LANGACKER
1986 Cognitive Science  
The standard transformational analysis of these sentences treats them as synonymous and derives them from a common deep structure; depending on the particular choice of deep structure, !  ...  Perlmutter, 1978) ; arbitrary diacritics or contentless 'features'; and the derivation of overt structures from abstract, 'underlying' structures of a substantially different character (e.g., the derivation  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0364-0213(86)80007-6 fatcat:iq4nonuesrau5aslfxna6c5euq

An Introduction to Cognitive Grammar

Ronald W. Langacker
1986 Cognitive Science  
The standard transformational analysis of these sentences treats them as synonymous and derives them from a common deep structure; depending on the particular choice of deep structure, !  ...  Perlmutter, 1978) ; arbitrary diacritics or contentless 'features'; and the derivation of overt structures from abstract, 'underlying' structures of a substantially different character (e.g., the derivation  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15516709cog1001_1 fatcat:l2flzdmatvb7fdqasokz7beose

1. Fundamentals for a Cognitive Semantics of Latin: Image Schemas and Metaphor in the Meaning of the Roman Animus-concept [chapter]

William Michael Short, Jeroen Lauwers, Hedwig Schwall, Jan Opsomer
2018 Psychology and the Classics  
make sense of their experience is underwritten by conceptual structures and cognitive processes that emerge from interactions among brain, body, and world.  ...  more generally) and then go on to illustrate their analytic potential through a study of Latin's metaphorical expressions of courage and cowardice. 2  ...  most plausible derivation is from cossim in lira, literally, "cowering (on the thighs) in a furrow", its figurative sense of "coward" thus apparently developing by reference to the threat avoidance behaviors  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110482201-002 fatcat:sz5g4g2favb5po6g5bqgn4xkxe

Perception, emotion, and synesthesia: Metaphorical combining in Keats

Katrina Brannon
2019 ExELL (Explorations in English Language and Linguistics)  
This article attempts to demonstrate the elaboration of poetic conceptual metaphor by way of perception verbs, emotion verbs, and expressions of synesthesia (sensorial mixing and blending).  ...  The analyses, while focusing on a textual analysis as a whole, particularly concentrate on the grammatical and stylistic interplay between verbs and prepositions.  ...  "terms derived from two sensory domains."  ... 
doi:10.2478/exell-2020-0010 fatcat:5ud4o4wubzektaqlhh67dnbqm4

Exile: The Sense of Alienation in Modern Russian Letters

Joachim T. Baer, David Patterson
1995 World literature today  
A sense of home is rooted not just in the structure but in a life harbored by the structure created through a dialogical relation to another human being.  ...  not derive their meaning from history.  ...  Or, to state it differently, the I-saying of the I who would emerge from exile lies in a saying of Thou that is a manifestation of the Eternal Thou.  ... 
doi:10.2307/40151721 fatcat:2prrrlmwtjb3dpvxg3xdmayuf4

Language Worldview of Yakima Indians, Compared with English and Ukrainians

Andrei Levitsky
2016 Lege Artis. Language yesterday, today, tomorrow  
Sahaptin – the language of the Yakima nation) still need a more detailed analysis.  ...  The problem of conceptualization the information as well as its further verbalization remains one of the topical issues of present-day linguistic research, though the languages of Native Americans (like  ...  In linguistics, the concept, in contrast to a word, has a more complicated structure. The content of the concept is divided into linguistic meaning and cultural sense.  ... 
doi:10.1515/lart-2016-0011 fatcat:xysk4m6knravvfclsq2pwmzgli

Vector Space Models of Lexical Meaning [chapter]

Stephen Clark
2015 The Handbook of Contemporary Semantic Theory  
Much of the author's understanding of distributional word models described in Section 3 arose from discussions with James Curran in Edinburgh (2002 and from proof-reading James' PhD thesis.  ...  Acknowledgements Almost all of the ideas in Section 4 arose from discussions with Merhnoosh Sadrzadeh, Ed Grefenstette, Bob Coecke and Stephen Pulman.  ...  Here the task is to determine, for a number of target words, the closest synonym from a choice of four alternatives.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118882139.ch16 fatcat:q3ktweora5eoxdorneezjfgrl4

The signified as a reflex of language contacts
Semnificația ca reflex al contactelor lingvistice

Enikő Pál
2015 Diacronia  
Just as spiritual life and death are encapsulated in the simplicity of a wheat grain, one single word may spread out a whole universe of thoughts and feelings. *  ...  The study will focus on Hungarian loanwords in old Romanian language which are discussed in terms of their changes in meaning.  ...  .) , from which the Romanian verb a bîntui derives (cf. Mândrescu, 1892, p. 136; cf. ewur, p. 126; cf. der, s.v.) .  ... 
doi:10.17684/i1a8en fatcat:g5fvvv6skrbenlnwsjq5wonw7u

On the development of binominal quantifiers in Spanish: the notion of lexical persistence revisited

Katrien Verveckken, Nicole Delbecque
2015 CogniTextes  
By way of illustration, the case-study on the minimal pair alud de ‘avalanche of’ and aluvión de ‘flood of’ shows not only that the near-synonymous QNs induce a proper conceptualization as reflected  ...  Since alud de and aluvión de are near-synonymous, the conceptual images or sets of conceptual facets resemble each other.  ... 
doi:10.4000/cognitextes.838 fatcat:hm5bqpjb65ddxnewn6tjrx52ui

Program Committee

2006 2006 Sixth IEEE International Workshop on Source Code Analysis and Manipulation  
The invited papers were One Million Sense-Tagged Instances for Word Sense Disambiguation and Induction by Ng Hwee Tou (National University of Singapore), How are you two related?  ...  of Hamburg) and Using a Grammar Implementation to Teach Writing Skills by Dan Flickinger (Stanford).  ...  Acknowledgments We wish to thank Georgia Sanna for the first joint analysis about the possibility of creating a wordnet for the Sardinian language.  ... 
doi:10.1109/scam.2006.23 dblp:conf/scam/X06c fatcat:2dhsf7loj5hlffu2jxpmlo2qcq

Exploring the grammar of perception: A case study using data from Russian

2015 Functions of language  
In this paper, I pursue the distributional hypothesis that the meaning of a word is derived from the linguistic contexts in which it occurs and apply it to verbs of perception.  ...  to the impaired sense in a cognate sensory experience.  ...  Divjak (2010) showed that TAM markings on verbs are the variables that distinguish best between near-synonymous verbs.  ... 
doi:10.1075/fol.22.1.03div fatcat:6vqza3zhmzecxomfywawvmexve
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