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Abstract


ANALYZING THE INTERRELATIONS OF COGNITIVE PROCESS AND LOGIC ON LANGUAGE
Latin language is used every day by mathematicians, philosophers, computer scientists, linguists, and experts of artificial intelligence. It is the universal language of the symbolic sciences. Although it is not so frequently used in disciplines like medicine and finance, it is a beneficial form to understand these disciplines. Thus, the primary problem is between object and subject and how the object is defined. Idealizing, defining and verbalizing are crucial aspects of philosophy of logic and language acquisition. Philosophy has been encountering the rules of language acquisition for a long time. Plato and Aristotle tried to define these aspects of philosophy in the ancient times. While Plato put the emphasis on nature regarding acquiring knowledge, Aristotle put it on nurture. Later on philosophy embarked on a linguistic orbit with Wittgenstein. We came across the rules and bases of language acquisition by the early years of philosophy. The essential cross point between philosophy and language is logic. Logic is considered to be the name of the "truth" of reasoning. Logic can tell us how to evaluate the truth or falsity of any statement or group of statements. Aristotelian logic is mainly confined to the analysis of short statements. Understanding signs and symbols is a very important thing for the human mind. Logic clarifies that what is black, what is white, what is true and what is false. Nowadays the following question is being asked. Logic showed us what is black, what is white, what about the grey? Additionally, cognitive perspective approaches to learning of conceptual contents that recognizing objects in our surroundings and understanding their meaning is crucial for the human mind. In this paper the relationship between logic and language is studied. It also analyzes the relationship between logic and cognitive perspective on language and language learning.

Keywords
Philosophy, Cognitive, Logic, Idealizing, Defining.


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