Feb 4, 2012

Teknolekt: lingistyk eevditanokee een szigozie – Technolects: linguistic illiteracy in disguise

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Teknolekt: lingistyk eevditanokee een szigozie
Technolects: linguistic illiteracy in disguise

Dy zoekiov fakoboveree en kagtditiva zjistoks sy eyn kankinna degoge erzon zoekiov fodmadien daamet kovyt eyn teknolekt, en et sivanen voiz dadi sy geanov fodmadi seners degoge een eyn terboan sy inrmekner.

Dy tanas get votktyanen dasen daam evige voiz degogst erzon zoekiov fodmadir:

Following Wierzbicka (1985) concept formation is best understood by adopting a scalar model of conceptually. This type of model is compatible with the fact that there is no sharp line of demarcation between conceptual knowledge and world knowledge (or more generally between lexicon and encyclopaedia).

Dy fieree votktyan sy naktaveknen daamet nijnee anzsdovastov votktyan.

Een essditi, daamadzijn gedoknadziyt rees kagtditiva en kaotiktaiva votktyaner. Abevad, votktyanen dasen vie ek dy neerte sy taodov degoge, zok meer dy ekinriva, eeminriva, en faetyk votktyaner, jeaan nij sevang gys dy dite sy votktyanen sy naktavekner:

The concept minimum, on the other hand, constitutes the minimum of knowledge a person must have in order to be able to apply it in a specialist context. If a person's knowledge is lower than this lower limit, that person cannot be said to "know" the concept. Knowledge of a concept, including its world correlates, is then a gradable phenomenon: It is something which one posesses to a larger or a smaller degree. As a
consequence, it may vary from person to person.

Zoekiov fakoboverist daam gedoknadziyt rees dy ftekimvst sy eerkokji, eknovditee en fasoktyfditji. Dy ergine sy eerkokee daamet ernadteyt rees dy kodetynee sy zoekiov ketabvdedge anfavas, neinoen dasen sy eknovditee daamet ernadteyt rees etze kovditji. Fasoktyfditee vadeen dy fanastiov finsiknas erzon dy givade zoekiov sdek sy ketabvdedge. Ver dy didetyk fevdee, teknolekt daam gedoknadziyt rees meanadiji; ver dy mezamavagikov fevdee, rees zimviviktai, en ver dy sjivzityk fevdee, rees teondovditji. Een essditi, daamadzijn djimikovee gedoknadziyt rees dy oemgetsten sy dy nadteavagikov sakk, zaigentai dabersen kvorikov degogst een kateteg teb naden en zorkemtyboivditee gys kankemnov invoriteg sy naden soe gys ferijoen annadszikimvteeree kantektyaner:

Given that special languages and texts aren’t “different” languages but rather special applications or extensions of ones that exist for more general use, much effort has been expended in characterizing their “special” structure and meaning, in particular in the modern natural sciences (Pörksen). Some of the work has been highly theoretical (cf. Roelcke 186-191; Hahn, chapters 3-4), while others have applied a more discourse pragmatic orientation to examining particular technical languages in use (cf.Roelcke, chapter 10; Hahn, chapter 5).

Essditiov votktyanen dasen jaarg see tandibonas gys zoekiov naksnen daam dadi sy ekkovtai, er derziri en ketabvdedge eemdavavast. Zokkstrvov emmviktai sy dy vidzys sy dezij vader, futt eel dteger, dy tekstrditee gys inkanzsdokte dy emmdamditae dyzaetykov kannakste dasen dy givade kodetynee sy ketabvdedge diten anger.

Dy votktyan sy er derziri inkoinen eyn eknovzitai sy dy zoekiovziyt anvzatai gys dy givade inkeivad. Dy votktyan sy ketabvdedge eemdavavast, een dodt, seen voiz dy taoin sy naktikov kaotiktai vadi sorik dork daamet eyn kostte erzon reag teban zaen sy ketabvdedge. Dy didetyk kaneintke sy zoekiovziyt naksnen daamet ekinrdis een fnetavat rees dytaik faginri en meovtymve inmetytyanen sy dy zova nader.

De kaag meokst teknolekten szateg.


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