Trójelementowy model znaczenia onimicznego i pojęciowy model onomastykonu
The Triple Model of Onymic Meaning and the Conceptual Model of Onomasticon
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The dominating onomastic view on onymic semantics is molded by philosophical and logical conceptions, and does not consider the achievements of semiotics. The aim of this paper is to highlight the importance of conceptual elements that establish the indirect relation between onyms and objects, and to highlight the need for a triple model of onymic semantics that is to be based on Ogden– Richards’ semiotic triangle. The onymic status of words is dependent on the status of the concepts they stand for. Proper names are perceived as signs standing for individual concepts, whereas common nouns are to be seen as signs standing for general concepts.
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