DIFFERENT APPROACHES TO THE THEORY OF CONCEPT IN CОGNITIVE LINGUISTICS
Keywords:KEYWORDS: cognitive linguistics, concept, mental process, meaning of the word, scientific disciplines, notion, logic, philosophy, science of culture, boundaries of the theory, cognitive psychology, cognitive linguistics, processing of information.
Cognitive Linguistics is one of the most interesting and disputable branches of linguistics that studies mental processes and their linguistic reflection in people’s daily life. This science pays its prime attention to the language as a communicative unit which differs not only from the point of view of the nations and cultures, but also from one person to another.
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