METONYMY AND COGNITIVE METAPHOR AS THE RESULTS OF REALIZATION OF THE CONCEPT-SCENARIO IN SPEECH (ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE SCENARIO OF UNDERSTANDING)

Abstract

In the article the role of the type of concept in the formation of

cognitive metaphor and metonymy is viewed. The subject of the

research is the mechanism of formation of cognitive metaphor and

lexical metonymy on the basis of the concept-scenario and parallelism

of their origin and usage in speech at reflection of one and the same

situation of reality, in this particular case at nomination and

metaphorical conceptualization of the situation of understanding as a

mental act. The genesis of metaphor and metonymy is connected

with the reduction of verbal or syntactical network at the representation

of the process of understanding in speech. The dependence of cognitive

metaphor of the scenario type and script metonymy on the structure

of the scenario as the type of the concept against the background of

other ways of implementation of the concept of script type is shown.

 

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N. A. Ilyukhina

Samara National Research University

Author for correspondence.
Email: morenovsv@ssau.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-1825-0097

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