This paper examines the issue of whether or not typological hierarchies can be argued to originate from universal conceptual spaces that are part of a speaker's mental representation, and the cognitive mechanisms that may give rise to the distributional patterns that are usually accounted for in terms of conceptual spaces.

What multifunctionality patterns tell us (Author's reply to Croft 2010 and Van Trijp 2010)

CRISTOFARO, SONIA
2010

Abstract

This paper examines the issue of whether or not typological hierarchies can be argued to originate from universal conceptual spaces that are part of a speaker's mental representation, and the cognitive mechanisms that may give rise to the distributional patterns that are usually accounted for in terms of conceptual spaces.
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