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This article critically explores three of the postulates that Cognitive Linguistics considers as founding. The embodiment of meaning, which is argued to filter knowledge, the constructicon, a total lexicon structured as a syntax-semantics continuum, and the categorial phenomena that – cognitive linguists argue – determine concepts.
Pour citer cet article :Guignard Jean-Baptiste (2011/2). Embodiment, Language, Categories: Cognitive Linguistics’ Total Programme. In Guignard Jean-Baptiste (Eds), Cognitive Linguistics: A Critical Exploration, Intellectica, 56, (pp.149-186), DOI: 10.3406/intel.2011.1151.