KOGNİTİV -LİNGUİSTİSCHE ANALYSE EİNİGER ARTİKEL DES DEUTSCHEN UND DES TÜRKİSCHEN GRUNDGESETZES
International Journal of Language Academy
Since the 90's of the last century, a multidisciplinary research direction has been observed in which an attempt is made to highlight a holistic description of human existence without the recognition of Cartesian duality. On the contrary, cognitive science, with its sub-disciplines of psychology, neurology, computer sciences and linguistics (cognitive linguistics), represents a holistic view that interacts with physical experiences, general cognitive mechanisms and emotions, and attempts to
... and attempts to portray the human being as a whole. Especially in the more recent cognitive linguistics of a sub-discipline of the cognitive sciences, a theory of language is observed, which takes its relation to language from the development of the meaning of language, deductive. According to Lakoff and Johnson (2000), the language consists of metaphors, in this context not to be interpreted as a poetic or rhetorical stylistic device of language, but as a conceptual system that permeates our everyday lives, thinking, acting and perception. Within this framework, the methods of cognitive linguistics are used to analyze the "inviolable" paragraphs of the Turkish and German basic law.