Washing the Brain – Metaphor and Hidden Ideology

Andrew Goatly | Lingnan University
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Contemporary metaphor theory has recently begun to address the relation between metaphor, culture and ideology. In this wide-ranging book, Andrew Goatly, using lexical data from his database Metalude, investigates how conceptual metaphor themes construct our thinking and social behaviour in fields as diverse as architecture, engineering, education, genetics, ecology, economics, politics, industrial time-management, medicine, immigration, race, and sex. He argues that metaphor themes are created not only through the universal body but also through cultural experience, so that an apparently universal metaphor such as event-structure as realized in English grammar is, in fact, culturally relative, compared with e.g. the construal of 'cause and effect' in the Algonquin language Blackfoot. Moreover, event-structure as a model is both scientifically reactionary and, as the basis for technological mega-projects, has proved environmentally harmful. Furthermore, the ideologies of early capitalism created or exploited a selection of metaphor themes historically traceable through Hobbes, Hume, Smith, Malthus and Darwin. These metaphorical concepts support neo-Darwinian and neo-conservative ideologies apparent at the beginning of the 21st century, ideologies underpinning our social and environmental crises. The conclusion therefore recommends skepticism of metaphor’s reductionist tendencies.
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“In his brilliant book Andrew Goatly convincingly argues that part of the blame for the way we have messed up our world politically, ecologically, economically, biologically, is on the deep-seated and largely unnoticeable metaphors that shape our thinking. As a first step to remedy the situation, we need to uncover these ideologically-loaded metaphors and look for alternative ones. The book is a clear, well-informed, and sometimes even moving appeal for understanding the role of metaphors in the human predicament.”
“[...] Goatly's political thrust is convincing, timely and necessay [...]”
“Goatly's book provides an inspiring and provocative account of the possibilities of linking cognitive and critical discourse studies.”
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