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L'analogie en oenologie : pour une petite sémantique oenologique

Abstract : This article tells about how to qualify percepts in the field of oenology, from the theoretical approach of Lakoff and Johnson. It allows to show that the use of extended vocabulary by analogy does not necessarily range from concrete to abstract perception and that in the case of oenology the specific vocabulary may be taken from a variety of fields, while implementing many adequate types of analogy so as to take into account the wine-taster's subjectivity.
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Camille Colin. L'analogie en oenologie : pour une petite sémantique oenologique. Language Design - Journal of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics, Granada Lingvistica (and Metodo Ediciones), 2016, Analogie, Figement et Polysémie, Special Issue (2016). ⟨hal-01469437⟩



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