Author A. V. Kravchenko
Alexander V. Kravchenko is Professor of English Philology at Irkutsk State University . He holds degrees in English linguistics and in theoretical linguistics, and his current research interests lie in the area of the biology of cognition and language, encompassing semiotics, philosophy of language, grammar, and applied linguistics.

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Kravchenko A. V. (2009) Language and mind: A bio-cognitive view. In: Götzsche H. (ed.) Memory, mind and language. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne: 103–124. Fulltext at
Kravchenko A. V. (2009) The experiential basis of speech and writing as different cognitive domains. Pragmatics & Cognition 17(3): 527–548.
Kravchenko A. V. (2010) Native speakers, mother tongues, and other objects of wonder. Language Sciences 32(6): 677-785.
Kravchenko A. V. (2012) Grammar as semiosis and cognitive dynamics. In: Kravchenko A. V. (ed.) Cognitive dynamics in linguistic interactions. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne: 125–153. Fulltext at
Kravchenko A. V. (2020) A Critique of Barbieri’s Code Biology. Constructivist Foundations 15(2): 122–134. Fulltext at
Kravchenko A. V. (2020) Author’s Response: Codes, Interpretation, Meaning: Why Language Matters. Constructivist Foundations 15(2): 159–163. Fulltext at
Kravchenko A. V. (2020) Linguistic Semiosis and Human Cognition. Constructivist Foundations 15(3): 285–287. Fulltext at
Kravchenko A. V. (2020) On elephants in linguistics. In: En M. (ed.) Truths, trust and translation: A festschrift, love letter and thank you to Michèle Cooke. Peter Lang, Frankfurt/Main: 11–16.
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