Versita now brings out an edited collection of papers dedicated to the linguistic worldview as has been defined and developed in the Ethnolinguistic Schools of Lublin (ESL). Adam Glaz and Przemysław Łozowski, both from UMCS in Lublin, Poland and David S. Danaher from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, showcase the complex intricacies of Ethnolinguistics in the newly released title: “The Linguistic Worldview. Ethnolinguistics, Cognition, and Culture”
The ESL offers a unique perspective on the concept of the linguistic worldview. The book identifies and analyses in a systematic approach well-documented arrays of diverse data, and examines the construct of the linguistic worldview integrating several more “local” notions, such as the cognitive definition, language-cum-culture, point of view and perspective, profiling, linguistic valuation or stereotypes.
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