Mirgalimov I.

Relations of co-spatiality in the Tatar language


This article examines co-spatiality in the Tatar language. To represent different levels of existence we need to reveal the meaning of co-spatiality. We explore the concept and image of the place through the imaginary and mental territories and spaces, which are presented as representative projections. The universal property of space is its length, the unity of discontinuity and continuity. The relevance of this study is determined by insufficient knowledge of the topic. The study is based on the works of such scientists as M. V. Vsevolodova, E. Y. Vladimirsky, A. Yu. Antonovsky, etc. The system of location values in the Tatar language is characterized by the correlation of one object or a small number of objects (events) with the locum. A distributable component lexically or morphologically (superlative adjective) emphasizes: 1) either uniqueness and specific nature of the object, sign and action within the locum; 2) or a limited number of localizable items.

The basic unit, chosen to describe co-spatiality, is a local construction - a syntactic structure, consisting of a distributed and distributing (noun group) components. This construction can be either a word combination or an independent sentence.

The purpose of the article is to study the most general and specific characteristics of co-spatiality in the Tatar linguistic picture of the world.

Key words: 

space, locative relation, co-spatiality, spatiality, specific co-spatiality, concept.

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