Patterns of lexical synaesthesia in Japanese
The phenomenon known as Tsynaesthesia' -- "the translation of attributes of sensation from one sensory domain to another" (Marks, 1975:303) .-- is one of the most intriguing products of the human mind, and represents one area of study which extends into a number of academic disciplines, including physiology, psychology, philosophy, aesthetics, literary criticism, and linguistics. Perhaps the most commonplace of all synaesthetic correspondences is the conjunction of the sense modality...[Show more]
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