Fictive Motion and Intersubjectivity in Phenomenology

Li-hong SHI, She-ru ZHANG

Abstract


This paper tries to approach fictive motion from the perspective of phenomenology. Different from the research of Talmy, Langacker, Lakoff and Turner, Fauconnier, and Matlock on fictive motion, whose views are popular in this field, the concept of intersubjectivity in phenomenology is introduced, which gives new insights into fictive motion. Intersubjectivity can give more plausible explanations to fictive motion and is regarded as a cognitive motivation of fictive motion sentences.

Keywords


Fictive motion, Intersubjectivity, Phenomenology


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/ichss2017/19579

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