they differ as to their inherent logics. Let us begin with cases of deviational pathology. The priority of Moral Strength underlies conservative opposition to providing condoms to high school students and clean needles to drug addicts in the fight against teen pregnancy and aids. Because of the widespread fear of the dark, we find a widespread conception of evil as dark and good as light. To "see what someone is made of" is to test his character, to determine his Moral Essence. Read it, too, and respond to both essays by sending e-mail to us (and the authors) at Webster's World. This example illustrates what a cognitive scientist means when he speaks of "conceptual metaphor." It is an unconscious, automatic mechanism for using inference patterns and language from a source domain (in this case, the financial domain) to think and talk about another domain (in this. For each such critique, there is a parallel critique of the shortcomings of liberalism and conservatism. Multiculturalism thus violates the binary good-evil distinction made by Moral Strength.
In addition to support and protection, the father's primary duty is tell his children what is right and wrong, punish them when they do wrong, and to bring them up to be self-disciplined and self-reliant. The man in the hammock is lazy; he isn't interested in working. The safety net metaphor is used consciously and evokes a vivid image that organizes much deeper metaphorical concepts. These are among our basic experiential forms of well-being. You just fight.