The relationship of linguistic reflection with discourse and text

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  • P.S. Sydyk K.Zhubanov Aktobe Regional University
  • K.K. Sadirova K.Zhubanov Aktobe Regional University


discourse, language code, cognitive code, text, language reflection, artistic discourse, reflexive


This article examines the relationship of linguistic reflection with discourse and text, as well as the reflection of the process of reflection in the text and its place in linguistics. With the advent of cognitivism, the importance of studying the concept of linguistic reflection, its interdisciplinary nature, and linguistic units from the point of view of the mental aspect has increased.

While discourse defines the unity of word and thought as a way of representing and comprehending the universe, text is a unit of discourse that is transmitted by the language code as a result of cognitive activity. The reaction in the reader's mind to the perception of information in the text is revealed, which turns into a process of reflection in the analysis of linguistic units that have become stimuli for him, and this is investigated in combination with the concept of linguistic reflection. In this regard, the terms "language code" and "cognitive code" are defined, and examples are given. To determine the correlation of text and discourse with linguistic reflection, excerpts from B. Sokpakbayev's work "My name is Кozha" were taken. The article uses methods of analysis, synthesis, description and modeling, based on the works of scientists considering the cognitive nature of discourse within the interdisciplinary field of science.



How to Cite

Sydyk П., & Sadirova К. (2024). The relationship of linguistic reflection with discourse and text. Bulletin of L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University. PHILOLOGY Series, 146(1), 119–129. Retrieved from