William Gay

 

Analogy and Metaphor:  Two Models of Linguistic Creativity (1980)

 

 

1.  Introduction:  Continental Philosophy of Language  (301)

o     Sedimented Sign System

o     Diacritical meaning

 

o     Active Speaking Subject

o     Intentional meaning

 

o     Conflicting Class Interests

o     Praxeological meaning

 

 

2.  Saussure and Analogical Innovation  (303)

 

 

 

3.  Ricoeur and Metaphorical Re-description

 



o     Synchronic exploitation of polysemy

o     Diachronic expansion of polysemy

 

4.  Conclusion:  Beyond Analogical and Metaphorical Creativity

 

o     Lexical and syntactic

o     Unrealized grammar

 

o     Sentencial and semantic

o     Unrealized meaning