Special Issue on Primary Root’s Sense Translation and Meaning Transformations

Submission Deadline: Oct. 15, 2020

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  • Lead Guest Editor
    • Uliana Karpenko
      Department of Roman & German philology, National Pedagogical University of Kiev, Kyiv, Ukraine
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    • Pradivlannaya Ludmila
      Department of foreign languages, Vinnytsia State Pedagogical University named after Mykhailo Kotsubinsky, Vinnytsia, Ukraine
    • Ludmila Ivanova
      Department of Slavic philology, National Pedagogical University of Kiev, Kyiv, Ukraine
    • Natalia Siromlya
      Department of foreign languages, Design University of Kiev, Kyiv, Ukraine
    • Natalia Procopovich
      Department of Slavic philology, National Pedagogical University of Kiev, Kyiv, Ukraine
    • Andrey Moroz
      The Foreign languages department, Berdiansk state Pedagogical University, Zaporiz'ka oblast, Ukraine
    • Irina Ovchinnikova
      Department of Ukrainian philology, National Pedagogical University of Kiev, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Introduction

    The main idea of the Special Issue is not to prove, but to demonstrate the Primary root’s existence. It is not a dead record but a living substance that continues to live and to generate new meanings, natural to human’s linguistic consciousness. It is natural in children’s linguistic development and reflects ancient peoples’ nominative cognition. Primary root's sense doesn't change, it translates through ages. The meanings are transformed by metonymy and metaphor; such transformations get the form of the words in different languages. For the primary roots' studying is introduced cognitive-comparative etymology method. The primary root reflects the process of language cognition. As a result of this process certain elements of reality were identified and nominated. The primary root’s identification can be done with the aid of involving as many languages as possible, together with their linguistic traditions and accumulated cognitive knowledge. More probable is to identify the primary root’s graphic form, considering its ancient before writing origin. The logics of world perception concentrated in primary root can be observed in proverbs and some mythology plots. It can be supposed, that in old times ancient speakers noticed new phenomenon of the world, comprehending it, giving it the name. And the special associations, built by them, continue to repeat at the following stages of the cognitive construction of the existence.

    Aims and Scope:

    1. sense translation
    2. meaning transformation
    3. primary root
    4. etymology
    5. cognitive-comparative method
    6. linguistic metaphor

  • Guidelines for Submission

    Manuscripts can be submitted until the expiry of the deadline. Submissions must be previously unpublished and may not be under consideration elsewhere.

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  • Published Papers

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