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Human beings categorise and define things according to exemplars or prototypes of a category. This is called Prototype Theory. The prototypical sense of PLACE is easy: it is a physical location. (Of …
answered Jun 1 '18 by curiousdannii
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Of course causal components belong in some definitions. Causatives are an important concept in linguisics. While good definitions can be hard to produce, there are many words which I think almost …
answered Mar 26 by curiousdannii
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somebody says that everything that can be defined, must have an opposite Absolute nonsense. I would expect that more things don't have opposites than do. Tell me if you can, what are the opposite …
answered Mar 2 '18 by curiousdannii
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the basis of all other meanings, and which cannot be usefully broken down into other concepts; any definitions of these primes will inevitably end up more convoluted than the word itself. (If this is …
answered May 23 by curiousdannii
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According to the empirical studies of the Natural Semantic Metalanguage (NSM) project, GOOD is actually a semantic prime: it is a core concept of human cognition, which is believe to be present in all …
answered Feb 15 by curiousdannii