Linguistic, cognitive and cultural aspects of the research into the categories knowledge and linguistic knowledge

Abstract: 

The article considers the correlation of the categories knowledge and linguistic knowledge. Knowledge is formed by three interconnected kinds of activity: practical activity, cognitive processes, and communication. Language is the basic way of knowledge existence which is mainly encoded in language semantics. Within each cultural-historical paradigm there exist a number of semiotic mechanisms and rules for the submission of linguistic knowledge to human consciousness and communicative-pragmatic patterns. Researchers believe that dynamic knowledge is generated on the basis of experience that sets coordinates for human thinking and communication.

Key words: 

knowledge, consciousness, linguistic knowledge, truth, value, culture.

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