Combination of Verbal Representative Means of Concepts

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The article is devoted to the terms and process of concept emergence, the means of their verbal realization (expression). The author proves that concept is not a form of an idea, the concept is an associative mental entity, activated in the forms of the thinking activity. There is a certain conceptual part in different forms of verbalization idea (conclusion, judgement, idea). The emergence of a conceptual part starts with the cognitive activity, which consists of categorization stage, conceptualization stage and verbal realization as the final stage. In the presence of some discursive terms this process is always reciprocal, i.e. the final stage of our cognitive activity is our verbal realization of the concept and the final stage of our verbal realization of the concept is our cognitive activity. The author states that the scale and the form of the verbal realization of the concept can vary from a word to the text and vice versa.


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M N Fedulova

Military University

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14, Bolshaya-Sadovaya str., Moscow, Russia, 111033

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