Space and language represent a relevant binomial configuration of a specific field of the cognitive research. In the same time , clothing and linguistic trajectories of the microcosm around our body can be considered a key very useful for the definition of the conceptual and cultural prophiles of the relationships between imagery, words and perceptions of the world. In this book, the cognitive grammar linked to these perspective is analyzed through three patterns: that of the spatial semantic traces present in the Italian lexicon; that of the ontologies and the symbolic and computational taxonomies of the pieces of clothing; third but not least considering different kinds of texts,- from those poetic to the articles of journals, and in particular the corpus FLaSC (Fashion Language Spatial Cognitive 2019-20). Some constant ways of classfying and defining dresses, accessories and a series of space dimensions,, with their changes ,can they be considered the mental paradigm of a sort of a prototypical homo vestiens? Could this perspective help us to understand better the rules of the First Spatial Hypothesis?

Catricala', M. (In corso di stampa). Spazi e linguaggi “di moda”. Ricerche sull’homo vestiens. Lecce : Milella.

Spazi e linguaggi “di moda”. Ricerche sull’homo vestiens

Catricala' Maria
In corso di stampa

Abstract

Space and language represent a relevant binomial configuration of a specific field of the cognitive research. In the same time , clothing and linguistic trajectories of the microcosm around our body can be considered a key very useful for the definition of the conceptual and cultural prophiles of the relationships between imagery, words and perceptions of the world. In this book, the cognitive grammar linked to these perspective is analyzed through three patterns: that of the spatial semantic traces present in the Italian lexicon; that of the ontologies and the symbolic and computational taxonomies of the pieces of clothing; third but not least considering different kinds of texts,- from those poetic to the articles of journals, and in particular the corpus FLaSC (Fashion Language Spatial Cognitive 2019-20). Some constant ways of classfying and defining dresses, accessories and a series of space dimensions,, with their changes ,can they be considered the mental paradigm of a sort of a prototypical homo vestiens? Could this perspective help us to understand better the rules of the First Spatial Hypothesis?
Catricala', M. (In corso di stampa). Spazi e linguaggi “di moda”. Ricerche sull’homo vestiens. Lecce : Milella.
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