Exam 3 In-class review

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Exam 3 In-Class Review MORTENSON 16:18 “In allowing us to focus on one aspect of a concept, a metaphor can keep us from  focusing on other aspects of the experience that are inconsistent with that metaphor.” The way that the metaphor organizes something is how we think it is We don’t realize that there are other ways of understanding the thing Ex. Nobody questions metaphor of “falling in love” Falling aspect is only one aspect of love; you can also cultivate, work at love Highlights the passive part of being in love, not the active hard part “Myths are neither positive or negative in and of themselves. They may be either,  depending on how they are fit into the life of the community or of the individual and how  they are lived in terms of the here and now. If they are consciously related to and  reconciled with ethical requirements they will be constructive because they are elements  through with life receives its impulse.” For example, in the midst of a heated argument, when we are intent on attacking our 
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course COMM 245 taught by Professor Young during the Fall '08 term at University of Delaware.

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