Cognitiv Linguistics (Kognitív nyelvészet) in spring 2019
Putz Orsolya, Wed 10:30–12:00, R432, host: DAS (R306)
5-credit seminar, 30 h/term
description & set texts

The course aims to introduce the basic theories of Cognitive Linguistics to the students. The course is divided into three parts along with three main areas of Cognitive Linguistic theory: 1) categories and prototypes; 2) frames; and 3) conceptual metonymy and metaphor. Students are required not only to understand the core notions of Cognitive Linguistics, but are also encouraged to apply these notions to various linguistic and non-linguistic phenomena. It enables them to understand the ways of human meaning-making.

Set texts

Selected chapters from

requirements & assessment
Regular attendance, weekly homework, presentation, research paper