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Ontological metaphors, like people are animals, highlight a quintessential feature of the source domain that is then attributed to the target. For example, in the metaphoric utterance Achilles is a lion we take a culturally attributed quintessential feature of lions (their courage) and ascribe this feature to Achilles (Lakoff & Turner 1989: 195–196). , and are grounded in our physical and cultural experience. , He fell asleep). In fact, orientational metaphors, in being spatial constructs, are a subcase of metaphors based on image-schemas.
Croft, William (1993). The role of domains in the interpretation of metaphors and metonymies. Cognitive Linguistics, 4, 335–370. ). (2002). Metaphor and Metonymy in Comparison and Contrast [Cognitive Linguistics Research 20]. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter. Fauconnier, Gilles & Turner, Mark (1999). Metonymy and conceptual integration. -U. Panther & G. ), Metonymy in Language and Thought [Human Cognitive Processing 4] (pp. 77–90). Amsterdam and Philadelphia: Benjamins. , Jr. (1994). The Poetics of Mind: Figurative Thought, Language, and Understanding.
Many-correspondence metaphors exploit a richer conceptual structure and thus correlate with structural and non-orientational image-schematic metaphors. By way of illustration, consider the following sentences: (8) He was in a horrible predicament, but eventually he managed to get out of it. (9) We have to keep searching for a solution to this problem. Sentence (8) depicts a figurative situation in which a negative state is seen as a container with a person in its interior. The fact that the person is affected by the negative conditions inside the container is felt to be the reason why he does everything in his power to get out of it.
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