By Rita Temmerman, Marc Van Campenhoudt
The urge to appreciate all points of human event extra and higher seems one of many reasons underlying cognitive improvement in lots of domain names of human life. realizing extra and higher is on the foundation of data production and extension. a method of having entry to how realizing comes approximately and the way wisdom is the results of a continual dynamics of knowing and false impression is via learning the cognitive strength and the advance of typical language(s) and extra fairly of terminology, in really expert domain names. during this quantity on dynamics and terminology, 13 participants illustrate that human cognition is a dynamic procedure in quite a few socio-cognitive and cultural settings. The case experiences surround a panoply of methodologies and care for matters starting from the dynamics of criminal figuring out in multilingual Europe, over monetary, financial and clinical terminology in different cultural and linguistic settings, to language coverage matters in multilingual environments. All 13 individuals hyperlink the dynamics of cognition to the artistic strength of language as a repository of earlier and current event in cultural settings and to the construction of neologisms in domain-specific languages. recognition is given to the performance of indeterminacy, vagueness, polysemy, ambiguity, synonymy, metaphor and phrasing. during this quantity terminology is researched and mentioned from an interdisciplinary point of view, combining insights constructed over the past many years in communicative terminology, socio-terminology, socio-cognitive terminology, cultural terminology, with instruments and strategies from cognitive linguistics, corpus linguistics, sociolinguistics, body semantics, semiotics, wisdom engineering and records.
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Alternatively, fundamental legal concepts are compared and similarities and differences are analysed. While these contributions are very important it is crucial that they are supplemented by studies concerning the practical impact of multilingualism in national courts. My starting point is that differences in meaning on a conceptual level do not necessarily prevent uniform application and thereby legal integration. This might appear counter-intuitive, as we normally (see for example Kjær 1999: 42) regard harmonisation of rules as the first step, after which uniform application may follow.
For a more recent contribution, analysing the issue of linguistic diversity and the impossibility of a meta-language see Legrand 2008. Chapter 1. Multilingualism and legal integration in Europe of common law and civil law; the nature of legal reasoning, the significance of systematisation, the character of rules, the role of facts, the meaning of rights and finally the presence of the past, concluding that the two traditions represent different epistemological trajectories (1996: 64–78). 30 Some, such as Bell (1995), share his basic position regarding the connection between law and culture but disagree as to the existence of irreducible differences.
Dynamics and Terminology: An interdisciplinary perspective on monolingual and multilingual culture-bound communication by Rita Temmerman, Marc Van Campenhoudt