Analogy and the Scope of Its Application in Language
The purpose of this monograph is to suggest a coherent
classification of the generally recognized products of the action
of analogy in language. "The only satisfactory basis for
classification, the author writes, "will be that which arranges the
resultant forms according to the psychological activities which
produced them. These activities sum themselves up in the mind's
effort to introduce into its material for expression a connected
order which shall reflect a corresponding order among the objects
of thought to be expressed."
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