Yoshihiko Ikegami

Yoshihiko Ikegami

is author/editor of the following title:

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The Empire of Signs: Semiotic essays on Japanese culture
Edited by Yoshihiko Ikegami
[Foundations of Semiotics, 8]  1991.  xii, 333 pp.

is editor/board member of the following journal:

is author of the following articles:

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Ikegami, Yoshihiko. 2004. “'First/ second vs. third person' and ' first vs. second/ third person'”. In Seduction, Community, Speech: A Festschrift for Herman Parret, 61–73
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Ikegami, Yoshihiko. 2003. “How language is conceptualized and metaphorized in Japanese”. In Motivation in Language: Studies in honor of Günter Radden, 259–271
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Ikegami, Yoshihiko. 2000. “12. The Schemata for Motion and Action: A Typological Consideration”. In Functional Approaches to Language, Culture and Cognition: Papers in honor of Sydney M. Lamb, 185
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Ikegami, Yoshihiko. 1991. “Introduction: Semiotics and Culture”. In The Empire of Signs: Semiotic essays on Japanese culture, 1
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Ikegami, Yoshihiko. 1991. ““Do-language and Become-language”: Two Contrasting Types of Linguistic Representation”. In The Empire of Signs: Semiotic essays on Japanese culture, 285
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Ikegami, Yoshihiko. 1985. “‘Activity’-‘ Accomplishment’-‘ Achievement’- A language that can’t say ‘I burned it but didn’t brun’ and one that can”. In Linguistics and Philosophy: Festschrift for Rulon S. Wells, 265–304
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Ikegami, Yoshihiko. 1985. “From the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis to Cultural Semiotics”. In Scientific and Humanistic Dimensions of Language: Festschrift for Robert Lado, 215