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- +'''Conceptual blending''', also called '''conceptual integration''' or '''view application''', is a theory of [[cognition]] developed by [[Gilles Fauconnier]] and [[Mark Turner (cognitive scientist)|Mark Turner]]. According to this theory, elements and vital relations from diverse scenarios are "blended" in a [[subconscious]] process, which is assumed to be ubiquitous to everyday thought and language.
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Conceptual blending, also called conceptual integration or view application, is a theory of cognition developed by Gilles Fauconnier and Mark Turner. According to this theory, elements and vital relations from diverse scenarios are "blended" in a subconscious process, which is assumed to be ubiquitous to everyday thought and language.

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