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SOURCE:   Philological Sciences. Issues of Theory and Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2015. № 12. Part 4. P. 50-55. ISSN 1997-2911.
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ANTHROPOCENTRIC ESSENCE OF A COMMUNICATIVE DIVISION OF A SENTENCE

Vinogradova Svetlana Grigor'evna
Tambov State University named after G. R. Derzhavin


Abstract. Within the context of the traditional trends to investigate this phenomenon - logical, psychological and structural-functional - the communicative division of a sentence manifests itself as an anthropocentrically conditioned phenomenon. Its anthropocentric essence in the context of simple and composite sentences acquires a serious argumentativeness within the framework of the theories of the most promising nowadays cognitive trend in linguistics. Studying the communicative division of a sentence taking into account the recently identified interpreting function of a language which represents the individuality of cognitive processes mediated by the language allows, as the author believes, discovering the new dimensions of this phenomenon in the cognitive and anthropocentric aspect.
Key words and phrases: антропоцентрический, коммуникативное членение предложения, простое предложение, сложное предложение, направление исследования, логический, психологический, структурно-функциональный, когнитивный, интерпретация, anthropocentric, communicative division of a sentence, simple sentence, composite sentence, trend of the research, logical, psychological, structural-functional, cognitive, interpretation.
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