cognitive linguistics

The marketplace in education: The multiplicity of metaphor in discourse

The introduction of marketplace-inspired thinking has been both praised and bemoaned by educational theorists, practitioners and the public for well over a century. What is much less widely understood, however, is that the marketplace metaphor appears in multiple guises which, albeit related through their source domain (vehicle), are often not cognitively or textually commensurable.
Lukeš D. The marketplace in education: The multiplicity of metaphor in discourse. University of Sheffield; 2007.

Markets, Local knowledge and Centralized Justice: Frame Negotiation in Educational Policy Discourse

Markets, Local Knowledge And Centralized JusticeLukeš D. Markets, Local knowledge and Centralized Justice: Frame Negotiation in Educational Policy Discourse. In: Language, Culture and Mind. Odense, Denmark; 2008.

Image Schemas in Second Language Learning and Instruction: A Case for a Multidisciplinary Approach

Image Schemas and Second Language AcquisitionLukeš D. Image Schemas in Second Language Learning and Instruction: A Case for a Multidisciplinary Approach. In: Image Schemas and Linguistic Relativity, Language Culture and Mind. Portsmouth; 2004.

Izomorfie jako heuristicko-filozofický problém

Jedním z největších problémů, se kterými se potýkají dnešní kognitivní vědy (od lingvistiky, psychologie až po umělou inteligenci), je spolehlivost studia výstupů lidského kognitivního systému. Základním a zřídka reflektovaným předpokladem je zde totiž jistá dávka izomorfie mezi strukturami, které lze objevit ve výstupním signálu (např.

Lukeš D. Izomorfie jako heuristicko-filozofický problém. In: Kognive 2006. Prague; 2006.
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