Ricoeur Commentary/Books/TRM

Page-by-page commentary on Paul Ricoeur, The Rule of Metaphor, translated by Robert Czerny, Kathleen McLaughlin and S. J., John Costello, and published by Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1978.

Translator's Introduction
Introduction
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Between rhetoric and poetics: AristotleEdit

Rhetoric and poeticsEdit

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The intersection of the Poetics and the Rhetoric: 'Epiphora of the name'Edit

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An enigma: metaphor and simile (eikon)Edit

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The place of lexis in rhetoricEdit

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The place of lexis in poeticsEdit

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The decline of rhetoric:TropologyEdit

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The rhetorical 'model' of tropologyEdit

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Fontanier: the primacy of idea and of wordEdit

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Trope and figureEdit

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Metonymy, synecdoche, metaphorEdit

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The family of metaphorEdit

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Forced metaphor and newly invented metaphorEdit

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Metaphor and the semantics of discourseEdit

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The debate between semantics and semioticsEdit

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Semantics and rhetoric of metaphorEdit

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Logical grammar and semanticsEdit

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Literary criticism and semanticsEdit

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Metaphor and the semantics of the wordEdit

Monism of the sign and primacy of the wordEdit

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Logic and linguistics of denominationEdit

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Metaphor as 'change of meaning'Edit

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Metaphor and the Saussurean postulatesEdit

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Betwen sentence and word: the interplay of meaningEdit

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Metaphor and the new rhetoricEdit

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Deviation and rhetoric degree zeroEdit

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The space of the figureEdit

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Deviation and reduction of deviationEdit

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The functioning of figures: 'semic' analysisEdit

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The work of resemblanceEdit

Substitution and resemblanceEdit

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The 'iconic' moment of metaphorEdit

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The case against resemblanceEdit

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In defence of resemblanceEdit

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Psycholinguistics of metaphorEdit

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Icon and imageEdit

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Metaphor and referenceEdit

The postulates of referenceEdit

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The case against referenceEdit

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A generalized theory of denotationEdit

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Model and metaphorEdit

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Towards the concept of 'metaphorical truth'Edit

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Metaphor and philosophical discourseEdit

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Metaphor and the equivocalness of being: AristotleEdit

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Metaphor and analogia entis: onto-theologyEdit

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Meta-phor and meta-physicsEdit

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The intersection of spheres of discourseEdit

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Ontological clarification of the postulate of referenceEdit

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FootnotesEdit