Язык и мысль: современная когнитивная лингвистика
The international team of authors, brought together here for the first time, offers a panoramic view of contemporary cognitive linguistics. Cognitive linguistics is understood as broadly as possible, as the study of any aspect of language in connection with human cognitive processes. The book consists of three sections. The chapters in the first section discuss the general architecture of language from a cognitive point of view. The following two sections are devoted to two perspectives on language: language as storage of knowledge and language as a communicative process. The volume is expected to be useful not only to specialists in linguistics, psychology, and artificial intelligence, but also to a wide range of readers interested in the structure of language, its evolution, and processes of cognition, thought, and speech communication.