List of John Benjamins publications for which Yoshihiko Ikegami plays a role.
The Empire of Signs: Semiotic essays on Japanese culture
Edited by Yoshihiko Ikegami
[Foundations of Semiotics, 8] 1991. xii, 333 pp.
Subjective construal as a 'fashion of speaking' in Japanese Current Trends in Contrastive Linguistics: Functional and cognitive perspectives, Gómez González, María de los Ángeles, J. Lachlan Mackenzie and Elsa M. González Álvarez (eds.), pp. 227–2502008
The chapter addresses the question of subjectivity in language, in particular, that aspect of subjectivity which is discussed under the rubric of ‘subjective construal’ in Cognitive Linguistics. It is argued that faced with a situation to be linguistically encoded, the speaker of any language can… read more | Article
Indices of a ‘subjectivity-prominent’ language: Between cognitive linguistics and linguistic typology Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics: Volume 3, Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, Francisco José (ed.), pp. 132–1642005
The speaker of language is primarily conceived of as locutionary subject (or ‘sujet parlant’), i.e. as a person who exchanges linguistic messages with his/her counterpart — typically in dialogic situations where the two alternate in their roles as speaker and hearer. In this setting, the speaker… read more | Article
'First/ second vs. third person' and ' first vs. second/ third person': Two types of 'linguistic subjectivity' Seduction, Community, Speech: A Festschrift for Herman Parret, Brisard, Frank, Michael Meeuwis and Bart Vandenabeele (eds.), pp. 61–732004
How language is conceptualized and metaphorized in Japanese: An essay in language ideology Motivation in Language: Studies in honor of Günter Radden, Cuyckens, Hubert, Thomas Berg, René Dirven † and Klaus-Uwe Panther (eds.), pp. 259–2712003
12. The Schemata for Motion and Action: A Typological Consideration Functional Approaches to Language, Culture and Cognition: Papers in honor of Sydney M. Lamb, Lockwood, David G., Peter H. Fries and James E. Copeland (eds.), pp. 185 ff.2000
Introduction: Semiotics and Culture The Empire of Signs: Semiotic essays on Japanese culture, Ikegami, Yoshihiko (ed.), pp. 1 ff.1991
“Do-language and Become-language”: Two Contrasting Types of Linguistic Representation The Empire of Signs: Semiotic essays on Japanese culture, Ikegami, Yoshihiko (ed.), pp. 285 ff.1991
‘Activity’-‘ Accomplishment’-‘ Achievement’- A language that can’t say ‘I burned it but didn’t brun’ and one that can Linguistics and Philosophy: Festschrift for Rulon S. Wells, Makkai, Adam and Alan K. Melby (eds.), pp. 265–3041985
From the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis to Cultural Semiotics: Some Considerations on the ‘Language-Culture Problem’ Scientific and Humanistic Dimensions of Language: Festschrift for Robert Lado, Jankowsky, Kurt R. (ed.), pp. 215 ff.1985