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SOURCE:    Almanac of Modern Science and Education. Tambov: Gramota, 2015. № 11. P. 77-81.
SCIENTIFIC AREA:    Philological Sciences
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Nagornaya Aleksandra Viktorovna
Moscow City Teacher Training University

Abstract. The article examines the linguistically relevant aspects of modern sensory studies. The paper analyzes the factors promoting the actualization of sensory subject matter in the modern humanities. The author argues for the necessity of interdisciplinary dialogue on studying human sensorium, discovers the dependency of the humanities studies on linguistics and identifies the role of linguistics in the comprehensive study of sensory processes.
Key words and phrases: логоцентризм, ощущение, сенсориум, словесная репрезентация, меж- и трансдисциплинарность, logo-centrism, perception, sensorium, verbal representation, inter- and transdisciplinarity
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