Mark Johnson

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Mark L. Johnson is Knight Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Oregon. He is well-known for contributions to embodied philosophy, cognitive science and cognitive linguistics, some of which he has coauthored with George Lakoff such as Metaphors We Live By. However, he has also written extensively on philosophical topics such as John Dewey, Kant and ethics.

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Johnson, Mark, Riezler, Stefan (2002): Statistical models of syntax learning and use. In Cognitive Science, 26 (3) pp. 239-253.

Peters, Joseph I., Blackwood, William O., Fineberg, Michael L., Johnson, Mark, Ehly, William, Carona, Bernard M., Council, George S., Howell, Lawrence D. (1987): MANPRINT Perspectives: R&D/Production and Government/Industry. In: Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 31st Annual Meeting , 1987, . pp. 1040-1041.

Lakoff, George, Johnson, Mark (1999): Philosophy in the Flesh: The Embodied Mind and Its Challenge to Western Thought, Basic Books,

Lakoff, George, Johnson, Mark (1983): Metaphors We Live by, Basic Books,

Lakoff, George, Johnson, Mark (2003): Metaphors We Live By, 2nd edition, University of Chicago Press,

Johnson, Mark (2007): The Meaning of the Body: Aesthetics of Human Understanding, University of Chicago Press,

Johnson, Mark (1987): Body in the Mind: The Bodily Basis of Meaning, Imagination and Reason, University of Chicago Press,