TITLE

THE SENSE OF METAPHOR IN SAYINGS AND OTHER LYRICAL ORAL TEXTS OF COAHUAYANA

PUB. DATE
June 2001
SOURCE
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;jun2001, Vol. 7 Issue 13, p172
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
No abstract available.
ACCESSION #
15148413

 

Related Articles

  • KAVRAMSAL METAFOR OLARAK MUHASEBEYI ANLAMAK. �MA, Tugba // World of Accounting Science;2010, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p123 

    Metaphors are one of the most powerful intellectual tools structuring, guiding and controlling our opinions about the formation and occurrence of the events. Metaphors can be called "language of the experiences/language of the concepts" in terms of individuals' assigning meaning to their...

  • DÉDALO Y PLATÓN: EL ESPACIO ESCULTÓRICO DEL EUTIFRÓN o de los graciosos razonamientos que pasaron entre Sócrates y Eutifrón, y de lo que, por mal de éstos, sucedió con aquéllos. Ooms, Nicole; Xirau, A. Ramón // Tópicos. Revista de Filosofía;2007, Issue 32, p147 

    Unless one views metaphor as a prephilosophical tool to be erradicated from proper philosophy, the reader of Plato's dialogues will find it interesting to investigate both the significance and the power of the great number of metaphors to be found in these works. The present text focuses on the...

  • El sentido de las cosas en la metáfora. Arnez, Kathya Jemio // Revista Miradas;2015, Vol. 1 Issue 13, p139 

    Who is in search of tools for building and disclosure of ambiguous meanings, hidden or under other meanings, often in the interest of broadening the sense, confusing widespread with the specificity of a concept or blur the boundaries of interpretation, meets metaphor. It provides a mechanism to...

  • PATTERNS OF THOUGHT. Sypniewski, Bernard; Sypniewski, M. Frankel // Respectus Philologicus;2013, Vol. 24 Issue 29, p36 

    We have no system from ancient China comparable to Aristotelian logic or any other such system developed in the ancient Mediterranean world, but it cannot be said that the Confucian-era texts do not show that their authors were concerned to make cogent arguments--if not "arguments" in the...

  • QUICK TIP: The Answer to the Most Asked Songwriting Question Ever. Dunse, Brad // Muse's News;Nov2012, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p6 

    The article discusses whether songwriting should start with composing lyrics or music. According to the author, most songwriters can start with either. He states that his personal writing style begins with producing vowel sounds and non-words. He adds that some people need to have a direction, a...

  • SÖZÃœN YAZILAÞMASI YAZININ SÖZLEÞMESÝ: CÖNKLER. DUYMAZ, Ali // Milli Folklor;2016, Issue 111, p14 

    Until today; there is enough information have gathered and published about meaning of cönks term, on it's word's root, and also it's function development timeline;. As far as known, the oldest cönk copy dates to XVth century. As in original literature, it is known that usage of cönk...

  • Top 10 Tips For The Piano Playing Songwriter PART 1. Linderman, James // Canadian Musician;Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p58 

    The article offers tips on piano songwriting. Some experts say that songs should have a patterned rhyme scheme or a strong lyric premise, whereas others say that melody is paramount and without a strong tune the song is dead to rights. Louis Bellson's book "Modem Reading Text in 4/4 Time" can...

  • LA TRAMOYA DEL LENGUAJE, O LA PALABRA INTERIOR: LA FUERZA HERMENÉUTICA DE LA METÁFORA. Serrano Ribeiro, José L. // Endoxa;2011, Issue 26, p325 

    The general proposal of this paper, apart from giving attention to the machinations of language in order to enable the hermeneutic relevance of the interior language, —which is like the submerged part of an iceberg—, is to show that the metaphors, in this sense, work like an...

  • The Meaning of πνε...μα in the Letters of Paul: A Linguistic Analysis of Sense and Reference. WINGER, MICHAEL // Catholic Biblical Quarterly;Oct2016, Vol. 78 Issue 4, p706 

    Linguistic analysis distinguishes between the sense of a term in itself and the different things to which, in context, a term refers. On the one hand, any term can refer to different things, and, on the other, any thing can be referred to by different terms. To understand what Paul says about...

  • Tat Tvam Asi as advaitic metaphor. Myers, Michael W. // Philosophy East & West;Apr93, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p229 

    Explores the great saying, `tat tvam asi' (that thou art) in terms of Karl H. Potter's research proposal entitled `Metaphor as Key to Understanding the Thought of Other Speech Communities.' Metaphors and conceptual schemes; Metaphor in Sankara; Dvaitin critique; Religious model.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics