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Thu Oct 16 17:53:08 2014 UTClccn-n800130130.00Music, emotions and the role of the body /0.371.00The argument clinic : argument, abuse, and George Lakoff's Moral Politics on the Yahoo News Message Boards /17225145George_Lakoffn 80013013395519Lakoff, Džordž 1941-Lakoff, George P.Lakoff, George P. 1941-Lakoff, George Philip 1941-Lāykūf, Ǧūrǧ 1941-Лакофф, Джордж 1941-レイコフ, Gレイコフ, ジョージviaf-61563666Johnson, Mark1949-lccn-n00004423Núñez, Rafael E.1960-lccn-n86012703Turner, Mark1954-np-wilson, georgeWilson, Georgenrtlccn-n79104267Chomsky, Noamlccn-no2002007320Schane, Sanford A.lccn-n93023521Reibel, David A.lccn-n83064852Ross, John Robert1938-lccn-no94018831Recorded Books, Inclccn-no2006104581Rockridge InstituteLakoff, GeorgeUnited StatesProgressivism (United States politics)ConservatismCommunication in politicsPolitical scienceMetaphorLanguage and languages--PhilosophyLiberalismThought and thinkingTruthConceptsSocial valuesPolitical ethicsMoral conditionsSocial ethicsCategorization (Psychology)ReasonPsycholinguisticsCognitionEnglish language--Grammar, GenerativeCognitive sciencePhilosophy of mindPolitical cultureNumber conceptMathematics--Psychological aspectsMathematics--PhilosophyLibertyPoeticsEnglish language--SyntaxPopular cultureDiscourse analysis, NarrativeStorytellingContent analysis (Communication)English language--ClausesDemocratic Party (U.S.)ElectionsLanguage and languages--Political aspectsLakoff, GeorgeSemanticsMathematics--Study and teaching--Psychological aspectsSemioticsLanguage and logicGenerative grammarCognitive grammarPhilosophySemantics (Philosophy)Mind and bodySapir-Whorf hypothesisWhorf, Benjamin Lee,Ethics1941196219651966196719681969197019711972197319741976197719791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201417985170703401P106ocn006168444ocn495220244ocn847872600ocn847872624ocn174696880ocn245642507ocn833653549253068ocn006042798book19800.37Lakoff, GeorgeMetaphors we live byThe now-classic Metaphors We Live By changed our understanding of metaphor and its role in language and the mind. Metaphor, the authors explain, is a fundamental mechanism of mind, one that allows us to use what we know about our physical and social experience to provide understanding of countless other subjects. Because such metaphors structure our most basic understandings of our experience, they are "metaphors we live by"--Metaphors that can shape our perceptions and actions without our ever noticing them+-+6653191775179920ocn047990012book19960.31Lakoff, GeorgeMoral politics : how liberals and conservatives think"In this classic text, the first full-scale application of cognitive science to politics, George Lakoff analyzes the unconscious and rhetorical worldviews of liberals and conservatives, discovering radically different but remarkably consistent conceptions of morality on both the left and right. For this new edition, Lakoff adds a preface and an afterword extending his observations to major ideological conflicts since the book's original publication, from the impeachment of Bill Clinton to the 2000 presidential election and its aftermath." http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/description/uchi051/2001051052.html+-+6142191775178747ocn014001013book19800.47Lakoff, GeorgeWomen, fire, and dangerous things : what categories reveal about the mind"Its publication should be a major event for cognitive linguistics and should pose a major challenge for cognitive science. In addition, it should have repercussions in a variety of disciplines, ranging from anthropology and psychology to epistemology and the philosophy of science. . . . Lakoff asks: What do categories of language and thought reveal about the human mind? Offering both general theory and minute details, Lakoff shows that categories reveal a great deal."--David E. Leary, "American Scientist"+-+1953191775118913ocn056324576book20040.24Lakoff, GeorgeDon't think of an elephant! : know your values and frame the debate : the essential guide for progressives"Don't Think of an Elephant! is the antidote to the last forty years of conservative strategizing and the right wing's stranglehold on political dialogue in the United States. Author George Lakoff explains how conservatives think, and how to counter their arguments. he outlines in detail the traditional American values that progressives hold, but are often unable to articulate. Lakoff also breaks down the ways conservatives have framed the issues, and provides examples of how progressives can reframe the debate." From the bookjacket+-+2623496846118821ocn039837796book19990.37Lakoff, GeorgePhilosophy in the flesh : the embodied mind and its challenge to Western thoughtReexamines the Western philosophical tradition, looking at the basic concepts of the mind, time, causation, morality, and the self+-+8821050195111922ocn044045671book20000.29Lakoff, GeorgeWhere mathematics comes from : how the embodied mind brings mathematics into beingA study of the cognitive science of mathematical ideas+-+76228501959676ocn213466226book20080.23Lakoff, GeorgeThe political mind : why you can't understand 21st-century politics with an 18th-century brainThis volume attempts to harness cognitive science to rally progressive politicians and voters by contending that conservatives have framed the debate on vital issues more effectively than liberals. According to this book, conservatives comprehend that most brain functioning is grounded not in logical reasoning but in emotionalism, and as a result, huge portions of the citizenry accept the Republican framing of the war in Iraq and supporting the troops rather than liberal appeals and phrasing of the occupation in Iraq and squandering tax money. The author feels that if citizens and policy-makers better understand brain functioning, hope exists to lessen the effects of global warming and other societal disasters in the making+-+027465521592811ocn064083966book20060.24Lakoff, GeorgeWhose freedom? : the battle over America's most important ideaAn analysis of the Bush administration's uses and definitions of the concept of freedom examines how conservatives have reinterpreted beliefs about freedom to promote Republican interests for such issues as the war on terror and abortion+-+737306928591420ocn018560169book19890.56Lakoff, GeorgeMore than cool reason : a field guide to poetic metaphor+-+27631917757509ocn061366932file20050.12Lakoff, GeorgeDon't think of an elephant! know your values and frame the debate : the essential guide for progressivesAuthor George Lakoff, who has become a key advisor to the Democratic Party, asserts that the Republican Party has enjoyed recent success because of the way it expertly "frames" the issues. Using carefully chosen terminology like "tax relief" and "family values," conservatives have cast themselves in a positive light and convinced many Americans to vote against their true beliefs. Now Lakoff shows how progressives can beat conservatives at their own game+-+33248846966951ocn000011711book19690.59Reibel, David AModern studies in English : readings in transformational grammar48915ocn000094325book19700.70Lakoff, GeorgeIrregularity in syntax4095ocn071817779book20060.27Lakoff, GeorgeThinking points : communicating our American values and vision : a progressive's handbookThis book offers a concise, and systematic explanation of how conservatives think and use language to frame political issues, and how language and moral framing equals power in politics. It also explains how progressives can fight back with their own values and communicate their vision of a better America. The author and the Rockridge Institute offer a new understanding of the progressive worldview, and reveal the nature of the so-called political center. They explain why the most effective way to appeal to those who identify themselves as moderates or conservatives is to remain true to core progressive values+-+95458092852781ocn011346311book19850.74Polanyi, LiviaTelling the American story : a structural and cultural analysis of conversational storytelling+-+46956484353242251ocn008554035book19840.84Borkin, AnnProblems in form and function+-+916664843532418518ocn231780411book19970.37Lakoff, GeorgeLeben in Metaphern : Konstruktion und Gebrauch von Sprachbildern1823ocn792880644book20120.20Lakoff, GeorgeThe little blue book : the essential guide to thinking and talking DemocraticProvides guidelines for United States Democrats to connect moral values to important policies, using practical tactics to guide political discourse away from extreme positions15911ocn299976054book19800.50Lakoff, GeorgeLes métaphores dans la vie quotidienneMetaphors We Live By changed our understanding of metaphor and its role in language and the mind. Metaphor, the authors explain, is a fundamental mechanism of mind, one that allows us to use what we know about our physical and social experience to provide understanding of countless other subjects. Because such metaphors structure our most basic understandings of our experience, they are "metaphors we live by"--Metaphors that can shape our perceptions and actions without our ever noticing them1388ocn276819852book20080.37Lakoff, GeorgeThe political mind : a cognitive scientist's guide to your brain and its politicsIn What's the Matter with Kansas?, Thomas Frank pointed out that a great number of Americans actually vote against their own interests. In The Political Mind, George Lakoff explains why+-+03106689651284ocn056638147visu20040.24How Democrats & Progressives can win solutions from George LakoffInterviews, television news clips, and illustrative graphics present linguist George Lakoff's discussion of the crtitcal role that language plays in the current political climate+-+823349684661ocn824351917book20120.84Semiotic and cognitive science essays on the nature of mathematics51ocn035404939book19720.86Wilks, YorickLakoff on linguistics and natural logicThe paper examines and criticises Lakoff's notions of a natural logic and of a generative semantics described in terms of logic, the author argues that the relationship of these notions to logic as normally understood is unclear, but one author suggests, in the course of the paper, a number of possible interpretations of his thesis of generative semantics. The author argues further that on these interpretations the thesis (of Generative Semantics) is false, unless it be taken as a mere notational variant of Chomskyan theory. The author argues, too, that Lakoff's work may provide a service in that it constitutes a reduction ad absurdum of the derivational paradigm of modern linguistics; and shows, inadvertently, that only a system with the ability to reconsider its own inferences can do the job that Lakoff sets up for linguistic enquiry----that is to say, only an artificial intelligence system. (Author)31ocn164369101book20050.96Pawelec, AndrzejZnaczenie ucieleśnione : propozycje kręgu Lakoffa22ocn792969545book20080.47Law, CatherineGeorge Lakoff"s theory of Worldview : a case study of the Oregon Legislature22ocn072521912book20061.00Castillo, JeanetteThe argument clinic : argument, abuse, and George Lakoff's Moral Politics on the Yahoo News Message Boards21ocn070482337mix19971.00Burrow, Sylvia JaneExperientialist semantics : relativism and the individual11ocn840936585visu20121.00Lakoff, GeorgeGeorge LakoffGeorge Lakoff gives a moderated speech11ocn035719946book19951.00Schaefer, Catherine MIdiomatic English and minority learners : systematic application from Lakoff's prototype theoryCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn259747240book20081.00Fedulova, VictoriaG. Lakoff and M. Johnson's theory of the embodied mind and its philosophical consequences11ocn044570410mix20000.47Davenport, James PPolitical perspectives in central Oklahoma : testing Sowell and Lakoff11ocn157010271book20060.47Pohlig, J. NA cognitive analysis of similes in the Book of Hosea11ocn024363398book19721.00Stalker, Douglas FSome problems with Lakoff's natural logic11ocn028871654mix19920.47Greene, RichardA critical analysis of Lakoff's experientialism11ocn078278778book20061.00Postlewait, KatieParenting and politics : testing Lakoff's theory of worldview and policy preference01ocn181806190book1998West, MelissaMusic, emotions and the role of the body+-+6653191775+-+6653191775Thu Oct 16 15:00:11 EDT 2014batch31198