spoonys (spoonys) wrote in linguaphiles,

Cognitive Linguistics

Has anyone here studied cognitive linguistics? Do you find it more accurate or useful for describing languages and how they work?

General discussion about your favorite concepts or applications to other fields or linguistic analyses is very welcome!! Or if you disagree with ideas in cognitive or are repulsed by the whole theory, I'm quite curious to hear about that too.

(I am in love with the field right now. I've been using the concepts in almost everything I think about, and am firmly convinced right now that the future of linguistics lies at least in part with cognitive linguistics.)

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