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Volume 69, 2019The International Scientific and Practical Conference “Current Issues of Linguistics and Didactics: The Interdisciplinary Approach in Humanities and Social Sciences” (CILDIAH-2019)
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The concept “God” (case study: phraseological units in the English, Russian, Tatar and Turkish languages)
Kazan Federal University,
2 Naberezhnye Chelny State Pedagogical, 423806, Naberezhnye Chelny, Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The concept is represented as a unity of perceptions, representations, and assessments existing in the communal and individual linguistic consciousness and can be expressed at all language levels, characterizing English, Russian, Tatar and Turkish linguocultures and revealing unique and universal features. The sphere of concepts of each national culture has a number of its unique and distinctive features, expressed in the representation of God. In English, Russian, Tatar, Turkish linguocultures some of the described features can be considered as a part of a conceptual component, but in some cases, they are completely absent. On the periphery, there is a visual image of God, which proves the fact that concepts of God in the researching cultures are in some way different. The phraseological unit scope of the concept “God” contains the conceptual “soul”, “fate”, “goodness”, “light” which serve to fully understand and reveal the semantic structure of the concept being studied.
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