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MENTAL AND LANGUAGE REPRESENTATIONS AS A WAY OF PRESENTING MYTHOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE

MENTAL AND LANGUAGE REPRESENTATIONS AS A WAY OF PRESENTING MYTHOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE


Author:  N.V. Shelepova

Abstract:  The article discusses the mental representations and mechanisms, as well as linguistic means of objectivation of structures of consciousness. Functioning of mental processes is studied with the consideration of the specifics of mythological consciousness.

Keywords:  mental representations, mental procedures, imagination, mythological consciousness, mythologems.

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Pages:  141-147

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