The Term “Concept” in Cognitive, Semiologic and Discursive Research. Article 1

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The term “concept” takes an important place in the cognitive linguistics despite of the fact that there are similar related terms the differentiation of which is one of the debatable problems in theoretical linguistics. The author points out that the background of concept emergence is based on the processes of conceptualization, which are supported by the basic types of metaphorical judgment (understanding) and associations which emerge not only from а cognitive experience but also from a functional activity.

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M N Fedulova

Military University

The Department of English (as 2L) Faculty of Foreign Languages


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