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  Encyclopedia of Keywords > Modern Version > Cognitive Semantics   Michael Charnine

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DEVELOPMENT
APPROACHES
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
LEXICAL MEANING
MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS
CENTRAL NOTION
PRAGMATICS
COGNITIVE SEMANTICS
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Definitions

  1. Cognitive semantics is a special branch of cognitive science.
  2. Cognitive Semantics is a relatively recent approach to linguistics.
  3. Cognitive semantics, the latest of the major trends which have dominated the century, attempts to do this by focusing on meaning as a cognitive phenomenon.
  4. Another trait of cognitive semantics is the recognition that meaning is not fixed but a matter of construal and conventionalization.

Part

  1. Cognitive semantics is part of the cognitive linguistics movement.
  2. Aspects of cognition that are of interest to cognitive linguists include: Cognitive semantics is part of the cognitive linguistics movement.

Development

  1. CxG was spurred on by the development of Cognitive Semantics, beginning in 1975 and extending through the 1980's.

Approaches

  1. A major divide in the approaches to cognitive semantics lies in the puzzle surrounding the nature of category structure.

Original Article

  1. The original article was at Cognitive semantics.

Lexical Meaning

  1. Another trait of cognitive semantics is the recognition that lexical meaning is not fixed but a matter of construal and conventionalization.

Main Research Interests

  1. His main research interests are cognitive semantics, cognitive stylistics, (linguistic) humor theories and German linguistics.

Central Notion

  1. This leads to a graded notion of categories, which is a central notion in many models of cognitive science and cognitive semantics, e.g.

Pragmatics

  1. Therefore, cognitive semantics studies much of the area traditionally devoted to pragmatics as well as semantics.

Cognitive Semantics

  1. Pragmatics just becomes the cognitive semantics of communication — the modern version of the old Ross-Lakoff performative hypothesis from the 1960's.
  2. Cognitive Linguistics is divided into two main areas of study: cognitive semantics and cognitive approaches to grammar.

Categories

  1. Modern Version
  2. Thought > Cognition > Cognitive Science > Cognitive Linguistics
  3. Information > Science > Linguistics > Pragmatics
  4. Cxg
  5. Languages > Language > Grammar > Semantics
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