Re: UCSD vs. MIT on Frames in semantics

From: Grant Callaghan (
Date: Sun 23 Feb 2003 - 02:32:12 GMT

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    >> The cognitive linguists (Turner, Fauconnier, Lakoff, etc.) seem to
    be referring to the frame concept of Charles J. Fillmore; cf. his


        Differences between the UCSD and MIT approaches to frames:

    Frame Semantics


    Can you relate this to memetics? That is supposed to be the point of this list.

    Keith Henson

    I think I've said in several posts in the recent past that I think there is a relationship between memes and frames in that they are just different names for the same thing. Since you have commented on some of those posts I find it hard to understand why you can't see the connection.


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