THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE DIRECTION IN COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS “LANGUAGE FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES”
Novodranova V. F.
The name “Language for Special Purposes” [Gvishiani 2008: 215] was approved at the First European Symposium on International Scientific Communication (Vienna, 1977). Until that time, this language did not have a single terminological designation. It was called: style, speech, sublanguage, subsystem, language, terminology. The German language used its own term fachsprache. Two abbreviations were used in Russian and European languages: ЯСЦ and LSP.
expanding the boundaries of the category ◆ recategorization ◆ conceptual integration ◆ embodiment (linguization ◆ objectification in language ◆ conditionalization) ◆ neurolinguistics