Sensory Linguistics

Language, perception and metaphor

ISBN 9789027203106 | EUR 95.00 | USD 143.00
ISBN 9789027262622 | EUR 95.00 | USD 143.00
One of the most fundamental capacities of language is the ability to express what speakers see, hear, feel, taste, and smell. Sensory Linguistics is the interdisciplinary study of how language relates to the senses. This book deals with such foundational questions as: Which semiotic strategies do speakers use to express sensory perceptions? Which perceptions are easier to encode and which are “ineffable”? And what are appropriate methods for studying the sensory aspects of linguistics? After a broad overview of the field, a detailed quantitative corpus-based study of English sensory adjectives and their metaphorical uses is presented. This analysis calls age-old ideas into question, such as the idea that the use of perceptual metaphors is governed by a cognitively motivated “hierarchy of the senses”. Besides making theoretical contributions to cognitive linguistics, this research monograph showcases new empirical methods for studying lexical semantics using contemporary statistical methods.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Sensory linguistics: Introduction to the book
Part I. Theory
Chapter 2. The five senses folk model
Chapter 3. Sensory semiotics
Chapter 4. Ineffability
Chapter 5. The Embodied Lexicon Hypothesis
Chapter 6. Synesthesia and metaphor
Chapter 7. Synesthetic metaphors are not metaphorical
Chapter 8. The hierarchy of the senses
Chapter 9. Explaining the hierarchy of the senses
Part II. A case study of sensory adjectives
Chapter 10. Methodological foundations
Chapter 11. Norming the senses
Chapter 12. Dominance relations and specialization of sensory words
Chapter 13. Correlations and clusters
Chapter 14. Semantic preferences of sensory words
Chapter 15. Frequency, semantic complexity, and iconicity
Chapter 16. The evaluative dimension
Chapter 17. Re-evaluating the hierarchy of the senses
Part III. Conclusion
Chapter 18. Conclusion
Subject index
Sensory Linguistics: Language, perception and metaphor is an amazing, incredibly thoughtful book that paves a brilliant path forward in our scholarly understanding of the sensory, embodied, foundations for perception, thought, and language. Bodo Winter provides a rich set of descriptive, theoretical, and methodological considerations for uncovering the sensory basis of language and linguistic meaning, with particular focus on synesthesia and metaphor. I was impressed by Winter’s numerous novel arguments and insights and how these offer a new vision of the relations between linguistic and sensory experience. This book is cognitive science at its best!”


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