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Cognitive Perspectives on Language

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Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk

Contents: Zdzislaw Wasik: Sydney Lamb's Cognitive Theory of Language and the Notion of Idiolect as an Object of Linguistic Studies - Przemyslaw Lozowski: Panchrony, or Linguistics without Synchrony - Klaus-Uwe Panther/Linda L. Thornburg: Coercion and Metonymy: The Interaction of Constructional and Lexical Meaning - Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk: A Cognitive-interactional Model of Cross-linguistic Analysis: New perspectives on 'tertium comparationis' and the concept of equivalence - Waldemar Skrzypczak: Image-Schematic Structure and Semantic Equivalence in Contrastive Analysis - Anna Slon: Image Schemata and the Elaboration of Events - Monika Kozlowska: 'Ensuite' en français et structure d'événements: une approche cognitive - Danko Sipka: Process Profiling in Polish, Russian and Serbo-Croatian - Hubert Cuyckens: Grammaticalization in the English Prepositions 'to' and 'for' - Leszek Berezowski: To Count or not to Count? A Fresh Look at Countability - Igor Burkhanov: Smoking and Other Frames: Applications in Ideography - Alina Kwiatkowska: A Cognitive Linguist Reads 'Haiku' Poetry - Klaudia Wengorek: Translation, or How to Build Bridges Between Cultures. Remarks on Linguistic and Cultural Relativism - Piotr Chruszczewski: An Attempt to Define Discourse Structure on the Example of President Reagan's Speech to the House of Commons, June 8, 1982 - Anatolij Dorodnych: National Mentality Through Language: Contrasting Associative Networks.