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    Doping became one of the central themes of sport in recent decades. In addition, the lexeme doping has a permanent place in the German language. This article explores its metaphorical use with reference to more than 1, newspaper texts of the two German weekly paper Die Zeit and Der Spiegel from to Here, the empirical analysis on the one hand is concerned with the linguistic constitution of the doping metaphor and on the other hand with the potential functions of the doping metaphor. The results reveal that the doping metaphor tends to have positive connotations.

    Accordingly, attempts to improve performance are seen positively by society. This contradicts the negative perception of doping in the field of sport. Die zentralen Fragestellungen dieser Untersuchung [1] sind demnach erstens, wie sich die Doping-Metapher sprachlich konstituiert und wie sie verwendet wird. Dabei werden vor allem die durch die Forschungsliteratur erarbeiteten Funktionen dieser Metaphern zusammengefasst. Das Auftreten von Sportmetaphern in nicht-sportlichen Kontexten wird mindestens seit den er Jahren bemerkt. Die Untersuchungen lassen sich zum einen in Studien, die sich mit Sportmetaphern in der Alltagssprache bzw.

    Die Sportmetaphern, die in diesem Zusammenhang verwendet wurden, entstammen vornehmlich dem US-amerikanischen Football Cosentino Hier ist umgekehrt der Sport der Ursprungsbereich bzw. Das metaphorische Konzept lautet dementsprechend krieg ist sport. Dabei lassen sich die folgenden Funktionen zusammenfassen: Vielfach wird in den Untersuchungen, die sich auf Sportmetaphern im politischen Umfeld konzentrieren, ausgemacht, dass die Sportmetaphern der jeweiligen politischen Thematik eine andere Konnotation verleihen.

    Overall, then, one of the effects of football metaphor is to turn politics into a spectator sport. In der deutschen Metaphernforschung werden sowohl die Arbeiten von Max Black und Harald Weinrich ff. Diese bestehen aus der Verbindung zweier konzeptueller Bereiche: dem Herkunfts- und dem Zielbereich. Das metaphorische Konzept bediene sich der Struktur des Herkunftsbereichs nur teilweise, sei aber nicht damit gleichzusetzen. Gleichzeitig bleiben andere Aspekte des Herkunftskonzeptes verborgen.

    By using metaphors, much more can be conveyed, through implication and connotation, than through straightforward, literal language. Das Korpus, aus dem die gewonnenen Ergebnisse resultieren, besteht aus 1. Insgesamt weist das Korpus 1. Die Identifikation der Doping-Metaphern erfolgt in verschiedenen Schritten: Um eine reliable Kodierung zu garantieren, wurde zu Beginn ein Codebuch erstellt Rose b. Es wurde entweder der gesamte Satz oder der gesamte Absatz kodiert.

    Die Tabelle 1 bildet die identifizierten Doping-Metaphern nach Dekaden gegliedert ab. Es zeigt sich also, dass die metaphorische Verwendungsform von Doping im Vergleich zu den nicht-metaphorischen recht gering ist. Die Doping-Metapher kann dementsprechend als eine kreative nicht aber innovative Metapher gewertet werden vgl. Rose b : Es wurde erstens jede Metapher auf ihren Herkunfts- und Zielbereich untersucht vgl. Deignan Dabei liegt der Fokus auf den unterschiedlichen Zielbereichen des metaphorischen Konzepts mehr x ist doping, auf der Konnotation bzw.

    Im Falle von mehr x ist doping gibt es bei allen Beispielen einen Herkunftsbereich, den Sport, und mindestens sieben Zielbereiche. Das folgende Beispiel veranschaulicht dies im Radsport:. Das Konzept substanz wird im Zielbereich als mentale Einstellung des belgischen Radrennfahrers Eddie Merckx, die durch sein Zitat zum Ausdruck gebracht wird, konzeptualisiert.

    Es zeigt sich die allgemein positive Darstellung der Leistungs- Steigerung, was das nachfolgende Beispiel verdeutlicht. Im Falle der Doping-Metapher gestaltet sich die Realisierung dieser beiden Aspekte sehr variabel, wie die nachfolgenden Tabellen 3 und 4 veranschaulichen. Das Lexem Doping ist hier vermutlich anstelle von Balsam verwendet worden, so dass das Konzept leistungssteigerung dadurch realisiert ist, dass eine Steigerung des individuellen Wohlbefindens impliziert wird. So kann diese Eigenschaft eindeutig als Hauptfunktion der Doping-Metapher verstanden werden.

    Wie eingangs vermutet, besitzt die Doping-Metapher entgegen der Konnotation ihres Herkunftsbereichs, dem Sport, vorwiegend eine positive Konnotation. Im Sport ist das Erzielen von Best- bzw. Bei den untersuchten Metaphernbeispielen hingegen geht teilweise mit der positiven Sicht auf Leistungssteigerung eine moralische Indifferenz bzw. Baldauf, Christa : Metapher und Kognition. Grundlagen einer neuen Theorie der Alltagsmetapher , Frankfurt am Main. Contemporary readings in aesthetics , Philadelphia: Temple University Press, Cudd, Ann E. Hoberman, John M.

    Rejuvenation, Aphrodisia, Doping , Berkeley. Kirchhoff, Susanne : Krieg mit Metaphern. A Practical Introduction , Oxford. Universality and Variation , Cambridge. Der Sport und seine Sprache , Mannheim, Konstruktion und Gebrauch von Sprachbilder , Heidelberg. Liebert, Wolf-Andreas : Metaphernbereiche der deutschen Alltagssprache.

    Rolf, Eckard : Metapherntheorien. Typologie, Darstellung, Bibliographie , Berlin. Segrave, Jeffrey O. Singler, Andreas : Doping und Enhancement. Walk, Stephan R. DS , Ist jetzt Willi, der Retter, da?. In meinem Film bin ich der Star. Es ist verlogen, Doping abzustreiten.

    Ich kam mir vor wie Schlachtvieh. Datum: 2. Die Spieler sind leitende Angestellte. Rutschbahn in den legalen Drogensumpf. Mensch, jetzt haste Steuern verschwendet. Die Tour ist immer mit Qualen verbunden. Bayer, Berg. Die Kontrollen sind ineffizient. Chronik November bis 3. ARD trennt sich von Ullrich und Zabel. September Betr. Kinderkrebsarzt als Dopingdealer?. Maschinen sind einfach lockerer. Wenn sie nicht fressen, spritze ich sie selbst.

    Wer nicht da ist, kann nicht gewinnen. Die Kindheit zum Beruf gemacht. Knips, W. In einem Land wie hier kann man klotzen. Geistige Baisse, erbarmungsloser Kampf. Wirkt wie eine chemische Kastration. Der liebe Gott wird sie schon strafen. Es wird dunkel auf dem Planeten. Ich gab ihm die Spritze in meine Wohnung. Wir brauchen die Vorbilder aus Europa. Alles verstehen, alles verzeihen. Die Woche August Doping spaltet das deutsche Team. Erbschutzgut vor Dopingkontrollen. Jan Ullrich muss vor Gericht aussagen. Oktober Betr.

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      Rose a Since the advent of Conceptual Metaphor Theory CMT more than thirty years ago, many researchers have pointed to the problems of this approach due to its lack of historiographical contextualization, given that the major hypotheses of conceptual metaphor as well as many examples were already anticipated by philosophers, anthropologists, psychologists and linguists from the 17th century onwards.

      Therefore, remembering the works of Lambert and Wegener may help to build a bridge from their work to current discussions. On the one hand, the approaches of both scholars allude to ways of overcoming the cleavage between the solipsistic individual and society; on the other hand, both works address the dichotomy of universalism and cultural relativity.

      Most importantly, they concurrently understand metaphor as a cognitive and intersubjective phenomenon negotiated between participants in real communication. Jahrhundert antizipiert werden. Der Aufsatz stellt zwei Autoren des Rediscovering the cognitive-semiotic and cognitive-pragmatic approaches to metaphor in the work of Johann Heinrich Lambert and Philipp Wegener.

      All these contributions already imply a profound awareness of the cognitive-epistemological function of metaphor, its ubiquity in everyday life, as well as its affection both on a conceptual and linguistic level. According to him, the cognitive theory of metaphor is composed of nine main tenets:. For the philosopher Lambert, who already raised semiotic questions in the eighteenth century und whose interest in epistemological problems made him a significant predecessor of Kant, the metaphor represents the tropus par excellence. He draws his attention to its double function, i.

      Thus, Lambert chooses the way of impression to claim a critical position with respect to the cognitive function of language. Concurrently, he attends to ideas about the communicative and conducting mechanisms of language so that his approach becomes fertile to current discussions. This implies a focus onto the process itself guided by the hypotheses about the meanings and the sense of the utterance as constructed by the respective interlocutors. Whereas the arbitrary aspect corresponds to an extracommunicative treatment of the linguistic means for being dedicated to the analysis of language as a system, the hypothetic aspect adverts to the management of communication, to the communication acts of language and to the practical problem involved asking for how the reciprocal understanding and the correspondence between the meaning of the word and the sense of talking would be achieved [2] Ungeheuer, On the contrary, it has already been introduced that we compare the visible with the invisible, the corporal world with the intellectual word, the sensations with the thoughts using the same words and expressions for both.

      Thus words necessarily receive a double and sometimes also multiple meaning. Having a light in the room and having a light in the thoughts are examples of such ways of talking. If Ungeheuer purports that Lambert refers to the meaning we have to elicit from the way of denomination of the word with regard to the corporal world [5] , we can conclude that such a statement is consistent with the idea of the image structure maintained untouched in the metaphorical mapping. However, Lambert is not interested in providing a list of examples of conceptual metaphors and their corresponding metaphorical expressions but in focusing on entire semantic fields in order to reveal the underlying cognitive principle with regard to the fundamental difference between the corporal and intellectual world.

      Notably, the approach of Lambert already bears out an awareness of the importance of synesthetic metaphors and the cognitive principle they are governed by. Lambert assigns a central epistemological function to them since they permit a comparison between sensations and thoughts. They designate the starting point from where man comes to entire analogical conclusions as reflected in the construction of the air pump in analogy to the water pump.

      Therewith Lambert already uses an analogy to illustrate his point in a similar way as Gentner and Gentner do in their famous experiment where subjects were asked to explain the functioning of an electric circuit by means of a light interrupter. In dependence on the analogy the subjects chose — a water flow or a flow of people — the conclusions they arrived at were quite different: A water flow stops as soon as any barrier prevents the ongoing flow, while a flow of people stops as soon as pressure comes into play and, as a consequence, rises congestion causing the disruption.

      Finally, Kohl concludes that an analogy represents an extended version of metaphor where the source domain turns into a narration with coherent sequences of meaning. They [the metaphors, US] also govern our everyday functioning, down to the most mundane details. Our concepts structure what we perceive, how we get around in the world, and how we relate to other people. Our conceptual system thus plays a central role in defining our everyday realities. At this point, the view of Lambert is in line with the notion of conflation according to Johnson who dedicates his research to a neuroscientific and developmental anchoring of CMT [6].

      Therefore we conceive our memory as a container since we also keep real objects in boxes. Ultimately, the Diachrony Hypothesis 4 , the Unidirectionality Hypothesis 5 and the Creativity Hypothesis 8 come to the fore in Lamberts postulation of a three-step-meaning-formation, a theoretical construct, which Ungeheuer calls semantic tectonics of vocabulary : [10] According to such tectonics one may observe the historical development of language from a more basic level to a more abstract one: a at the first level, we find root words like the class of sensorially perceivable objects; b the second level implies the metaphorical use of the words of the first level and c the third level comprises meta-metaphors presuming those of the second level.

      As a consequence, for Lambert the main reason for the ongoing growth of language is not at all the increase of the number of words but the extension of the original meaning. First of all, metaphor serves as the elimination of a deficit [11] Bertau, by compensating an initial situation in which a multiplicity of notions confronts a small number of words. It is this economic principle of the language that leads to the described development by the means of gradual metaphorization.

      Thus, in addition to the anticipation of the Ubiquity Hypothesis 1 and the Domain Hypothesis 2 , Lambert alludes to an important topic around the Focusing Hypothesis 9 which brings him to the field of communication less focused by the CMT.

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      He broaches the issue of communicative problems which emerge as a consequence of metaphorical extensions of meanings when the speaker stresses a specific aspect of meaning in a specific instance of interaction but another one in the following. Furthermore, Lambert brings to the fore the possibility that each individual applies his proclaimed comparability to different aspects, that is, realizing a diverging selection as opposed to the interpretation constructed by the hearer. Tendhal and Gibbs show how the two perspectives — the CMT and the cognitive-pragmatic approach of Sperber and Wilson — might be seen as complementary and not as excluding each other.

      Thereby it is the responsibility of the hearer to construct a contextual meaning when applying interpretative strategies based on the Principle of Relevance to the given utterance. Peter: Can we trust John to do as we tell him and defend the interests of the Linguistics department in the University Council? Here, we can view a variety of alternative understandings regarding the term soldier : a John is aware of his duties, b John stands by to follow orders, c John never questions authorities, d John identifies himself with the goals of the group, e John is a patriot and one can count on him, f John has the income of a soldier and g John is member of the army.

      However, based on the known schema as presented by Peter trust , defend , interests Mary might understand directly what Peter wants to say. Such metaphors represent a ubiquitous phenomenon in everyday talk. As opposed to other theories in the fields of pragmatics, Sperber and Wilson do not distinguish between different ways of understanding in the case of metaphor compared to further linguistic means as each mere meaning in a phrase is always underdetermined. In this sense, the theory of Sperber and Wilson can in fact be seen as compatible and complementary to the CMT for its dedication to the inferential process as an aspect which is left out by Lakoff and Johnson.

      Anyhow, there are also divergences between the two approaches related to basic definitions as Sperber and Wilson themselves underscore: Whereas cognitive linguistics conceive metaphor as a language phenomenon constitutive for human cognition, Sperber and Wilson aim to adopt the communicative perspective of the participants involved in human interaction conceptualizing metaphors as emerging in the process of verbal communication. At this point, we agree with Tendhal and Gibbs , for whom Sperber and Wilson introduce this fundamental aspect to the discussion, although the integrability of the two theories may be questioned because the perspective of Sperber and Wilson remains a rationalist and egological one, modeled by an instrumental, deductive view aimed as maximal relevance.

      As Lambert puts it, especially the postulate of the reciprocity of the perspectives only might be converted conditionally once communication always remains fallible. This is a logical consequence of his basic hypothesis derived from his tectonics of language that metaphor acts like a fundamental principle in language growth. Hence the overarching benefit of his theory is the bridge he builds between pragmatic and cognitive aspects of language.

      That is why his approach should be remembered in current discussions which cope with this key question of how to overcome the seemingly artificial separation of cognitive and functional perspective. Starting from a communicative point of view, Wegener arrives at theoretical questions related to cognition. That implies a view where verbal signs do not have primarily an epistemological but an imperative function. In accordance with such a functional-interactive view, Wegener starts his account with a differentiation of contextual factors playing a crucial role in the construction of meaning in the course of communication.

      Wegener is particularly concerned to bear out that the communication process cannot be seen as a manifestation of a verbal representation recomposed by the hearer, but instead has to be understood as a process of meaning construction where the speaker merely allocates an organized system of indications to the hearer, a system serving as basis for the act of re construction by the hearer.

      When Wegener confines his attention to an analysis of the variety of the meanings of the verbs give and have in dependence on the immediate co-text, it allows us to draw an analogy to a pragmatic-semantic version of the notion of valency as well as to the theory of Construction Grammar Goldberg, Such verbs create expectations with respect to complements which corresponds to the idea of the activation of slots.

      Only the annulment of those slots affects the decision on our comprehension of the possible meaning of the verb. From this the question arises whether or not? Wegener was directly influenced from Lambert. She states that such analogical reasoning is typical for the interactions between teachers and students, and she gives an example where a teacher wants to explain to his students the phenomenon of volcanic eruption using an analogy of butter melting in the microwave.

      Beckmann shows how want ads in search for a relationship are often guided by a central analogy. People frequently introduce themselves as animals or desired objects such as cars. In the field of Discourse Analysis, Musolff and Zinken even put the analogy into the centre of their attention when analyzing political discourse. For Wegener, as well as for Cognitive Semantics, such expressions reveal:. Thus, he introduces a gradual model to explain the process of the fading of metaphor through constant use. Nevertheless, metaphorical expressions like the Krieg entbrennt war begins to burn [36] or der Krieg bricht aus the war breaks out , [37] in correspondence with the terminology of Lakoff and Johnson reflecting the conceptual metaphor conflict is fire, in the view of Wegener, due to its conventionalization, the original sense is not any longer transparent to the users.

      In both approaches the metaphorical utterance remains an indirect communicative strategy based on monological-rational calculus. Both Grice and Searle see speech acts rather as individual than social actions since the difference between the two meanings gives support to the postulation of a difference between competence and performance, as well as between semantics and pragmatics. Opposed to this view, psycholinguistic experiments have shown that theories assuming a two-step-process of reinterpretation cannot be hold.

      In contrast, the hearer does not understand the metaphor passing through two processes of interpretation but understands it as he understands every other lexical unit. The experiments of Hoffman and Kemper and Gibbs , e. However, we should add that this observation apparently is only valid for conventional metaphors which Searle does not even define as metaphors. In fact, the subjects need more time to interpret innovative, novel metaphors Giora, Here, Wegener already treats the metaphor in a similar way to Steen in his cognitive-textual conceptualization of metaphor: whereas Lakoff and Johnson oppose the idea of metaphor involving similarity, Steen highlights that this kind of rejection is based on the assumption that such similarities were preexisting and substantial instead of structural.

      If we substitute such a concept of similarity by a constructionist one, Steen argues that in this case, the difference is only reflected in the surface of language or at the level of psychological processing but not at the level of conceptual structure. For Wegener the difference between comparison and metaphor also seems to be a question of processing and at the same time of habitualization and conventionalization so that he draws his attention to the moment of use. Observe that at this point of his argumentation it once again becomes evident that Wegener in fact thinks about two levels — a cognitive and a linguistic one — even though he does not explicitly broach the issue of this implication.

      To conclude, when we look at the topics which seem to dominate current discussions in the field of cognitive metaphor theory, the study of Wegener has been shown as worth remembering, especially with regard to the integration of the situation and the context of communication. By highlighting the fundamental importance of the hearer, Wegener accomplishes the extension of the monological basis of metaphor by defining it as starting from its communicative function and analyzing it as an implement used by a speaker to induce certain actions, emotions or thoughts from the hearer.

      Primarily, the metaphor conduces to the guidance of the cognitions of the hearer. The fact that we opted for the presentation of these two approaches within a major panorama of researchers, who have already dedicated their studies to cognitive and everyday metaphor, is due to the merit of these two authors with respect to current questions entering the scenario of cognitive metaphor theory.

      The contributions of Lambert and Wegener have not only shown par excellence that both perspectives — a cognitive and functional, an epistemological and pragmatic, a extracommunicative and communicative one — have to be seen as complementary, but also that one perspective cannot be imagined without the other one. Thus, the communicative process is left intact for the hearer receiving an active role in the construction of meaning in correspondence to his own hypotheses about the world, the course of the current communication, and dependence on the activity in which she is inserted.

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