Les métaphores du virus COVID19 dans les discours d’Emmanuel Macron et de Pedro Sánchez

  • Isabel Negro Alousque Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Palabras clave: estudios cognitivos, discurso político

Resumen

En las últimas décadas, la metáfora en el discurso especializado ha sido objeto de numerosas investigaciones. Desde una perspectiva cognitiva, el presente artículo analiza la conceptualización del virus COVID19 en los discursos pronunciados por Emmanuel Macron, el Presidente francés, y Pedro Sánchez, el Presidente del Gobierno español, entre marzo y junio de 2020. El análisis revela una red de metáforas conceptuales que describen el virus como un ser animado o una catástrofe natural, y las acciones para contenerlo como una guerra. Este marco metafórico desempeña tres funciones : (1) subrayar los efectos devastadores del virus ; (2) inspirar coraje y esperanza ; (3) apelar a la unión del país para frenar la pandemia.

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