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SOURCE:   Philological Sciences. Issues of Theory and Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2017. № 7. Part 1. P. 121-123. ISSN 1997-2911.
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ON THE ECOLOGICAL THEORY OF CONCEPTS

Latypov Rustem Al'bertovich
Syktyvkar State University named after Pitirim Sorokin


Abstract. An ecological approach to the study of concepts allows investigating complex mental processes. Concepts and categories do not represent the world in the mind of a person, but they actively participate in the generation of meaning, being a part of the global semantic network. Concepts do not have a fixed representation structure. The contexts in which the concepts are actualized influence dynamically their structure, states and properties.
Key words and phrases: концепт, экологическая теория, ментальная система, состояние, свойство, контекст, concept, ecological theory, mental system, state, property, context.
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