Fabiszak_M_Conceptual_Metaphor

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Unformatted text preview: ................................................................. Appendix 1 ......................................................................................... Appendix 2.. ....................................................................................... Index of conceptual metaphors and metonimies ............................ Index of authors ................................................................................. References .......................................................................................... Streszczenie [Summary in Polish] ..................................................... 231 237 241 247 249 253 267 208 208 210 214 215 219 222 225 227 Acknowledgements This book has benefited greatly from the discussions I had with many people. I would like to extend my gratitude to Prof. Aleksander Szwedek and Prof. Kamila Turewicz, who have read and commented on several drafts of this book at different stages of its composition. They helped me to clarify the theoretical underpinnings of the work and to curb my fas-cination with the data. Prof. Andreas Musolff and Dr. Veronika Koller have read Chapter Four and suggested several improvements. Dr. Adam Głaz and Dr. Przemysław Kaszubski commented on the whole text adding to its cohesion and structural precision. Collin Philips has proofread and given me stylistic advice on language. Michał Jankowski and Ewa Kowalkowska have shared their expertise in editing the book. I thank them all. The research for this book has been supported by a two-year grant from the Rector of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Last but not least I would like to thank my children, Natalia and Maciej, for their patience and understanding when Mum’s work took precedence over their needs. I also appreciate the unfailing emotional and intellectual support of my husband Jacek Fabiszak. I dedicate this book to my Mother who sparked my interest in language and to my Father who has given me example of perseverance in academic career. Style conventions ‘Concepts’ are marked with single quotation marks ‘’, e.g. ‘war’ and ‘peace’ are important concepts in any political theory. DOMAINS, as understood within Conceptual Metaphor Theory are written in SMALL CAPS, e.g. the most important elements in the domain of WAR are the opponents and the conflict obtaining between them. CONCEPTUAL METAPHORS, like domains are given in SMALL CAPS, e.g. NATION/STATE IS A PERSON. Conceptual Mappings obtaining between the source and target domains are Capitalised, e.g. Stages of War are Acts of a Play. Examples from the corpora are given in italics. Key words in the examples are underlined. Translations of Polish examples into English are given in single quotation marks, e.g. wojna ‘war’. Introduction The classical European approach to war is based on Clausewitz’s famous saying that War is a mere continuation of policy by other means (1873: Book I, Chapter 1, part 24). Such a framing of war emphasizes its complex relation to politics. Historians and sociologi...
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