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The first half of this thesis closely reviews the four major theoretical views and the new semantic approach by Stern (1985, 2000) and Leezenberg (2001), which emphasizes the context-dependence of metaphor interpretation. After the critical examination of the major metaphorical theories, in the second half of this thesis, Leezenberg s theory is proposed as an improved theoretical framework for metaphorical interpretation. This argument is based on a comparative analysis which indicates that Leezenberg s theory not only adopts and develops useful ideas from the previous studies but also successfully explains the problematic examples which the previous studies failed to account for. Specifically, it is found that Leezenberg's theory objectively represents the metaphorical meaning in semantic terms and theorizes the context-dependence of metaphorical interpretation, which is also emphasized by the pragmatic view. His theory is also presented to have clarified the cognitive process which characterizes the conceptualist view. That is, it is proposed that the fundamental cognitive concepts such as thematic dimension and ad-hoc concept formation provide means for explaining the context-dependence, socio-cultural sensitivity, and creativity of metaphorical interpretation, which are <the most challenging issues the past viewpoints all share.
The last chapter points out that, despite its contributions, Leezenberg s theory still has some weaknesses, and this study suggests a way to resolve them. It is proposed that Leezenberg s cognitive account can be improved by having a theoretical model that is coherent and compatible with the semantic account. And it is also proposed that the cognitive model should be able to explain the scalar property of conventionality of metaphors. It concludes that Yoon s (2004a, b) cognitive model can be adopted to solve both of the problems.~http://dspace.ewha.ac.kr/handle/2015.oak/178529;
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