Neology: reflection on variation and conceptual instability

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Abstract

Terminological neology (neonimy) requires constant observation of the language by terminologists, lexicologists, and lexicographers; today, this analysis focuses on different types of written and oral corpora of specialty languages ​​or lexicographic corpora. Terminology neology and variation participate simultaneously in the innovation of terminological systems and in diachronic terminology. There are a large number of speech nouns related to non-stabilized or non-normalized concepts. This conceptual dynamic is observed in the textual corpora, in certain types of texts, with a character of information, dissemination and prevention of some diseases or epidemics; some phenomena of terminological instability are a reflection of conceptual and / or scientific instability in certain areas of medicine, such as the Ebola epidemic. Terminological neologisms are created to denominate new concepts and / or new cognitive peculiarities and conceptual changes related, eventually, to the evolution of a concept.
Translated title of the contributionNeology: reflection on variation and conceptual instability
Original languagePortuguese
Pages701-709
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventV SIMELP - Italy
Duration: 8 Oct 201511 Oct 2015

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ConferenceV SIMELP
Period8/10/1511/10/15

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Neology
Language
Neologism
Nouns
Diachrony
Medicine
Terminologists
Innovation
Lexicologists
Conceptual Change
Dissemination

Keywords

  • Neologismo
  • Neonímia terminológica
  • Neologismo terminológico
  • Variação terminológica
  • Instabilidade conceptual

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Contente, MMDM & Lino, MTRF 2017, 'A neologia: reflexão sobre a variação e a instabilidade conceptual' Paper presented at V SIMELP, 8/10/15 - 11/10/15, pp. 701-709.

A neologia : reflexão sobre a variação e a instabilidade conceptual. / Contente, Maria Madalena Dias Marques; Lino, Maria Teresa Rijo Fonseca.

2017. 701-709 Paper presented at V SIMELP, .

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