Embodied Reason

Cognitive Linguistics and the New Philosophical Paradigm

This page revised January 21, 2005

This page by Dr. Jan Garrett

This page is in an early stage of development. Still, it may be of some use to those getting started.

Links to Materials Elsewhere about or by George Lakoff

Materials on this Web Site Related to Embodied Reason

  • The New Philosophy: Cognitive Science and Experiential Realism (general introduction, 1-18-05)
  • The Metaphorical Basis of Folk Morality and Politics (Garrett lecture notes on Lakoff)
  • Short Selections from Johnson Moral Imagination (9-24-04)
  • Notes on Classical and Imaginative Reason (Garrett lecture notes)
  • Folk Theories, Metaphors, and Early Greek Philosophy (Garrett lecture notes, 9-1-04)
  • J. Garrett. Conceptual Metaphors in Apology of Socrates (lecture notes Fall 2004)
  • J. Garrett, Metaphorical Analysis of Epictetus' Encheiridion 1 (New 9-7-04)
  • J. Garrett, Stoic Ethics and Family-Based Moral Models (New here: 1-10-05)

    Book Bibliography

    Lakoff, George, and Mark Johnson, 1980. Metaphors We Live By. University of Chicago Press.
    Lakoff, George, and Mark Johnson, 1999. Philosophy in the Flesh. University of Chicago Press, 1999.
    Lakoff, George, 1987. Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things. University of Chicago Press, 1987.
    Lakoff, George, 1996. Moral Politics. University of Chicago Press. 2nd edition, 2002.
    Lakoff, George, 2004. Try Not to Think of an Elephant. Chelsea Green.
    Johnson, Mark, 1993. Moral Imagination: Implications of Cognitive Science for Ethics. Univ. of Chicago Press.
    Johnson, Mark, 1987. Body in the Mind. (University of Chicago Press.