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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2013. № 9. Part 2. P. 157-163.
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COGNITIVE FEATURES OF MORAL SENTIMENTS "LOVE" AND "FEAR" EXPRESSION IN IDIOMS OF THE RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES

Polyakova Elena Vladimirovna
Taganrog State Pedagogical Institute named after A. P. Chekhov


Abstract. The article is devoted to the research of cognitive models that are used to express emotions and moral sentiments by means of the Russian and English languages idiomatic expressions. The article distinguishes between emotions and moral sentiments, basing on social-cultural parameters; the cross-language idiomaticity of the denotation of moral sentiments "love" and "fear" is revealed, which is the result of complete mismatch or partial match of compared idiomatic expressions cognitive models. The analysis of cognitive models allows revealing the national and cultural identity in terms of such universal moral sentiments as "love" and "fear" in the Russian and English moral consciousness.
Key words and phrases: эмоция, моральное чувство, когниция, эмотивный идиоматический концепт, когнитивная модель, идиоматическое выражение, emotion, moral sense, cognition, emotive idiomatic concept, cognitive model, idiomatic expression.
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