Cognitive-conceptual bases of spatial relations in the Kazakh Language

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Abstract

Language and cognition, perception and analysis are the results of а human nature and the universality of the language as a cognitive tool. The number of typological, areal and genealogical factors can determine the features of the language-cognition at the intersection of social relations, semantic units, and their functionality. It reflects tо the shape and content. Conceptual category of any language platform combines both framing the content and structure of the model. Thus, the cognitive-conceptual basis of linguistic material forms, the paradigm of conceptual imagery and susceptibility. This format not only complements of the inner and the outer shell of nominative units but also helps us to understand their functionality and pragmatism through traditions and values of a society. Today, a cognitive paradigm in language function is accumulative. Since is a complex of knowledge, experience, and memory. Spatial relations in the Kazakh language are also given many features where space is considered as a category of ideas and knowledge about it, composed on the basis of certain words and language combinations. The sample for the analysis of the linguistic material is structured in terms of a social, psychological and cultural section.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCognitive-conceptual bases of spatial relations in the Kazakh Language
Publication statusPublished - Nov 3 2016
Event17th CESS Annual Conference - Princeton, New Jersey, USA, Princeton, United States
Duration: Nov 3 2016Nov 6 2016

Conference

Conference17th CESS Annual Conference
CountryUnited States
CityPrinceton
Period11/3/1611/6/16

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