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2011 Issue №2

Generative linguistics by N. Chomsky in the world language study

Abstract

The article focuses upon the impact of Noam Chomsky’s ideas of generative linguistics on Grammar, Phonology, Semantics, Psycholinguistics, Cognitive Science, Computational Linguistics as well as the role of his theory in the modern paradigm of language knowledge.

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Language as a system of world outlook in A. Losev’s conception

Abstract

The paper considers some of the notions of the language philosophy put forward by A. Losev in his earlier works “Philosophy of Name” and “Thing of Name” and those of the later period. Many of his theoretical postulates advanced as early as at the beginning of the 1930s have much in common with the ideas of cognitive linguistics developed in the XX—XXI cc.

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