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Metaphor and Symbol
We consider the varieties and directions of influence that the source and target domains involved in a conceptual metaphor can have on each other during the course of understanding metaphorical utterances based on the metaphor. Previous studies have been restricted both as to direction of influence and as to type of influence. They have been largely confined to the "forward" (source to target) direction of influence, and they have concentrated on the transfer of features or propositions and (todoi:10.1207/s15327868ms1901_1 fatcat:q75v6hgs5fbyfh2wfxrhoyhxfy