The frequency of metaphoric
use and their potential for richer understanding of human behavior merits study within a managerial realm.
The ricorso, the re-turning from demotic to metaphoric
language, will "open your hoard and let all the locked things fly away like cage-birds, [...] and you will be warned that all you had (or knew) was dangerous and potent, not really effectively chained, free and wild" (OFS 6768).
Allegory, while typically considered a symbol, is also a metaphoric
form in that it too entails replacing one phenomenon to represent another.
There are other recent examples in the Department of Defense of the creative use of metaphoric
extensions and replacements.
The concept of metaphoric
analogy that I am proposing is not derived directly from Rahner.
Gerhart and Russell described how the metaphoric
process effects such cognitive changes within a person's Weltanschauung, which is an interconnected network of one's known concepts (nodes).
statements can be developed only after basic language rules have been learned (Gentner, 1977, p.
In their review of the supervision literature, Bernard and Goodyear recognized the potential of metaphor to facilitate supervisee development; however, they also noted that many supervisors are not accustomed to introducing metaphors or metaphoric
activities into the supervision session.
And while the metaphoric
rudder will do the trick, the metaphoric
golf club outlined his vision.
Yes, I know that Fields was being metaphoric
. While I've not been in his office, I am sure that it is a nice one.
For this study we relied on previous studies in news messages, metaphoric
analysis, and election coverage.
The origin of Morgan's model of metaphoric
thinking is traced in his early epistemological preoccupations, in particular his need for a device to link the levels of paradigm and theory in his model.