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A person who believes or works in cognitive grammar.
- ‘Along with the digital age, his theory of computation helped inspire the cognitivist revolution, making him, by some lights the first cognitivist.’
- ‘If the brain is at the root of all language, then the further claim of cognitivists makes sense: that the everyday and the special are cognitively the same.’
Relating to cognitive grammar.
- ‘The cognitivist view has become familiar enough: figures of speech are really conceptual structures, crucial both to cognition and culture.’
- ‘In the symbolic or cognitivist paradigm, which was dominant in the '70s and '80s, the mind is seen as a symbol-based rule-system.’
1950s (in the sense believing that moral judgments are true or false statements about moral facts): from cognitive + -ist.
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