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orthodox terminology;language structure;cognitive structure;cognitive communication;terminological system
|Issue Date:||2017-05-17 16:31:54 (UTC+8)|
As a subsystem of natural language, language for professional communication is not only a specifically lexicon within the domain of certain kind of organizational specific fields, but also presents itself as an important
communicational instrument with which we realize practices and patterns. On the other hand, as a symbolic language unit of terminology the term consists of the logical concepts in specific contexts, which were constructed on cognitive structure. Cognitive structure of professional group is the fundamental mental process people use to transmit expertise, which means that study of the semantic structure of individual specialized lexicon or term associates with human consciousness and his activity, moreover, it affects the construct of complete terminological system. The main subject to study is orthodox terminology from a
cognitive perspective. Orthodox terminology, as a collection of specialized lexical system, which is occurred
in the development process of awareness about the mental and spiritual practices through ritual for the purpose to perceive religious basic concept and theological belief, hence features of evolutional thinking have been noticed: first of all, the Orthodoxy’s language world vision was built on their world-prototype; secondly, the orthodox lexicon obtained cultural meanings through the purification of time and the images of religious values gradually became mature. Finally, the communication process in the religious group generated the Orthodox religious terminology.
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