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Language and thinking: a contrastive characterization of English, French, German and Russian, with its application to language pedagogy

https://doi.org/10.24833/2410-2423-2021-4-28-70-73

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This paper seeks to give in a concise manner a holistic characterization of English, French, German and Russian, revealing at the same time the types of thinking (or thought patterns) involving these languages. The four languages are characterized respectively as being experiential/pragmatic, rational/ dualistic, idealistic, and antithetical. Based on these observations, some suggestions as to the pedagogy of foreign languages are also made.

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M. Ohtsuki
Daito Bunka University
Япония

Minoru Ohtsuki, PhD, is Professor at the Faculty of Foreign Languages

1-9-1, Takashimadaira, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo, 175-8571, Japan



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Ohtsuki M. Language and thinking: a contrastive characterization of English, French, German and Russian, with its application to language pedagogy. Филологические науки в МГИМО. 2021;7(4):70-73. https://doi.org/10.24833/2410-2423-2021-4-28-70-73

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Ohtsuki M. Language and thinking: a contrastive characterization of English, French, German and Russian, with its application to language pedagogy. Linguistics & Polyglot Studies. 2021;7(4):70-73. https://doi.org/10.24833/2410-2423-2021-4-28-70-73

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ISSN 2410-2423 (Print)
ISSN 2782-3717 (Online)