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Fenomenologi och språktypologi av rörelse

Humanistiska och teologiska fakulteterna | Lunds universitet

Publikationer och presentationer

Publications

  • Zlatev, J. (2016) Turning back to experience in cognitive linguistics via phenomenology. Cognitive Linguistics 7(4), 559-572.
  • Zlatev, J and Blomberg, J (2016) Embodied intersubjectivity, non-actual motion expressions and the sedimentation of meaning. Nordic Journal of Linguistics, 39(2):1-24.
  • Zlatev, J. (2017) Embodied intersubjectivity. In B. Dancygier (ed.) The Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics. 172-187. Cambridge: CUP.
  • Zlatev, J. (2018) Meaning making from life to language: The Semiotic Hierarchy and phenomenology. Cognitive Semiotics, 11, 1. doi: 10.1515/cogsem-2018-0001
  • Naidu, V, Zlatev, J, van de Weijer, J, Devylder, S, Duggirala, C, & Blomberg, J. (2018) Holistic spatial semantics and post-Talmian motion event typology: A case study of Thai and Telugu. Cognitive Semiotics, 11, 2. doi: 10.1515/cogsem-2018-2002
  • Zlatev, J., & Blomberg, J. (2019). Norms of language: What kinds and where from? Insights from phenomenology. In A. Mäkilähde, V. Leppänen, & E. Itkonen (Eds.), Normativity in language and linguistics (pp. 69-101). Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Andersen, L. B. (2020). Non-actual motion expression in language and gesture. (MA), Lund University, Lund. 
  • Devylder, S. and Zlatev, J. (in press). Cutting and breaking metaphors of the self and the motivation and sedimentation model. In Baicchi, A & Radden, G. Figurative meaning construction in thought and language. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Zlatev, J., Jacobsson, G., & Paju, L. (in press). Desiderata for metaphor theory, the Motivation & Sedimentation Model and motion-emotion metaphoremes In A. S. d. Silva (Ed.), Figures: interactional and usage-based perspectives. Amsterdam: Benjamins
  • Zlatev, J., Blomberg, J., Devylder, S., Naidu, V., & Weijer, J. v. d. (submitted). Motion event descriptions in Swedish, French, Thai and Telugu: Four distinct typological patterns. Cognitive Linguistics.