Philosophical Discourse and the Conceptualisation of Word Formation
... concepts as undivided phonosemantic complexes reflecting the prototypes of things. In this sense, the hyphen serves as a tool for language and discourse transfer. In philosophical texts, the key function of the hyphen in newly created formations is conceptualisation. This holds true regardless of the number of components and of the position of the hyphen. The author concludes that the hyphen is a universal cognitive mechanism, characteristic of philosophical discourse; it is a means to form an integrated ...
Energy and the Ways of its Conceptualisation in Cognition: an Attempt at an Epistemological Analysis
Thе article examines the connection between conceptualisation and transfer of knowledge in the humanities and analyses the role of these processes in the formation of conceptual and terminological framework for different types of discourse. The study draws on an analytical description of the development ...
Critical survey of some cognitive semantic theories in the dynamic semantic context by A. F. Losev
... notion of prototype in linguistics and related fields // Meaning and prototypes: studies in linguistic categorization. N. Y., 1990. P. 347—367.
Ieronova I. Y., Prozorova M. I.
invariant meaning, prototype, category, concept, notion, semanteme, conceptualisation, dynamic construal, interpretation, inferention