Obviously photography is a complex form of expression and the goal seems to be to derive the basic properties of photography in the simplest terms possible. However, he states that it should be clear to the reader that the concept need not actually exist and that if he makes claims that seem “exaggerated or false” we should not be put-off. To me this feels like a cop out. It is not made clear, to me at least, where exactly the connection between a fictional concept and reality occurs. Scruton argues that when we take an interest in photographs, is actually an interest in the actual objects that were photographed rather than the photographs themselves.
There is only a psychological means to understand why there is such a huge cognitive difference between a metaphor and just a simple word. Basically their cognitive value is not derived from their bizarre literal meanings. If Davidson is right, one can never misinterpret a metaphor because according to the Causal Theor... ... middle of paper ... ...ements are simply too complex to be broken down into similes. The Pragmatic Theory. Searle proposed an account of metaphor that takes Davidson’s theory even further than the Naïve theory and rejects the idea of linguistic ambiguity idea (Lycan 184).
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Along with these things Elle also is rich, is in a sorority, and is portrayed as a ?dumb blonde? with no common sense. The bulk of the movie is based around Elle going to Harvard Law School in hopes to impress her high society boyfriend. Throughout this movie the gender biases and the male dominance over the legal and field is so blatantly obvious you can?t miss it. The main reason I selected this movie was because of its obvious gender biases and its very blatent patriarchal society from which Elle comes from initially and proceeds to go to at Harvard.
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