the Kurdish and the Arabic Language

  • أ.م.د. كاروان عمر قادر أحمد College of Languages / Department of Kurdish Language - University of Sulaimani
  • م.د.نيان عثمان شريف أمين College of Languages / Department of Kurdish Language - University of Sulaimani
Keywords: abstract domain, basic domain, domain theory, encyclopedic semantics

Abstract

The theory of meaning and contexts of the output of meaning have recently developed extremely. If the lexical meaning of individual words seems to be often easily attainable, the encyclopedic meaning produced by lexical meanings in different contexts is very important in establishing certain purposes of the text in the recipient's pate and mind. Different theories are used in the analysis of meaning, and one of these theories is the Domain theory. It is a cognitive theory of knowledge, and Ronald Langacker is the first to talk about this theory in the cognitive grammar, which is a complement and extension of the theory of semantic frame in the cognitive Semantics. Cognitive Grammar also distinguishes between two types of Domain, the basic domain and the abstract domain. Opposite to abstract domain, the basic domain is often meant by the range of experiences that are embodied in human. The abstract domain is the most comprehensive of concept that are naturally more complex. The relation between the basic domain and the abstract domain is not a taxonomic one; rather, the relation is more a schematic relationship and is the relationship between concept and domain.

Published
2020-09-15
How to Cite
قادر أحمدأ. ك., & عثمان شريف أمينم. (2020). the Kurdish and the Arabic Language. ALUSTATH JOURNAL FOR HUMAN AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, 59(3), 83-106. Retrieved from http://alustath.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/UJIRCO/article/view/1125
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