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Where Metaphors Come From
To see and appreciate the relationship between metaphor and culture in its complexity, we have to deal with a number of basic issues. By metaphor in this paper, I will primarily mean "conceptual metaphor" that can have a number of linguistic manifestations (see Lakoff and Johnson 1980; Kövecses 2002 Kövecses /2010 . A conceptual metaphor consists of a set of correspondences, or mappings, between a "source" and a "target" domain. The meaning of particular metaphorical linguistic expressions isdoi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780190224868.003.0005 fatcat:w75hgowhyfgl3kjqu4jjfnqfc4