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Patti Nogales, Ph.D.

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Dr. Patti Nogales

Office Location:
Mendocino Hall 3014


Monday and Wednesday : 10:00-11:30



(916) 278-6846


CSU, Sacramento
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819-6033


General Administrative


Converting to Percentage Grade:

Workshops for Attendance Credit:

to be announced in class as they come up

Spring 2010 Courses

Courses Past:


Papers and Publications:

"Metaphorical Content as What Is Said," Journal of Pragmatics, accepted pending revision.

"Evolution Made Me Do It," Nammour Symposium, California State University at Sacramento, April 2003.

"Metaphor and Philosophy," California State University at Sacramento, Philosophy Department, February 2003.

"Metaphor and Philosophy," Northern Arizona University, Philosophy Department, Fall 2000.

Metaphorically Speaking, Stanford, CA: CSLI Press, Fall 2000.

Works for Students, Irvine: Franklin Beedle & Associates, 1991.

Appleworks for Students, Irvine: Franklin Beedle & Associates, 1991.

Appleworks for Teachers, Irvine: Franklin Beedle & Associates, 1986.

"Sexism and Racism," Student Services Training Workshop, NAU, 1986.

"El Baile," Anthology of Student Poets, 1980.

Book Reviews

The Extent of the Literal: Metaphor, Polysemy and Theories of Concepts by Marina Rakova (New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2003) Mind, accepted for publication.

Objectivity and Insight, Mark Sacks, The Review of Metaphysics, 2002 .

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Research Projects/Interests:


Metaphor and computers

Whether rape can be accounted for by evolutiontop of page

Professional Associations:

APA, American Philosophical Association, 1993-present



last updated: 1/2/10
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