This research is devoted to one of the most important theories of cognitive significance: the theory of mental spaces, as developed by G. Fauconnier  (1994) and (1997) in particular. It is a theory that language is concerned with the building of meaning directly in context; that is, sentences can not be analyzed in isolation from speech. The semantics, traditionally considered to be concerned with the meaning of sentences in context, can not Separated from pragmatics, which means the contextual sense of sentences, and the building of meaning is context-driven and therefore subject to the information of a particular situation. Meaning is essentially a conceptual process. This theory also takes into account the processes and general cognitive principles that contribute to the building of meaning
"The Mental Spaces and the Construction of Meaning: Metaphor and Metaphor Is a Model,"
Jerash for Research and Studies Journal مجلة جرش للبحوث والدراسات: Vol. 20
, Article 10.
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