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Pragmatic Analysis of The Theorem of Intensible Mental States During The Covid-19 Pandemic
In this article, I research daily language and the use of language patterns of groups of people during the COVID-19 pandemic. I wanted to find out how their choice of words influences the fabrication of the reality that surrounds them. In the field of everyday life during the COVID-19 pandemic, I have found two interesting cases. The first stems from the widespread incidence of the utterances of strong emotional states. The second refers to the effects of theorems with the ability to argue as an expression of actual states in the areas of everyday life, which arise as an engine of finding good solutions and the associated creation of reality, especially in times of crisis. Therefore, in this article, I am interested in finding out how, in times of COVID-19 pandemic, argumentation in the field of everyday language is proving to be a force of creating reality and how it is manifested in the form of theorems such as expression of views, choice of vocabulary, personal observations and the like. The questions raised in the context of such reflections are directed towards exploring the theorems of individuals through the prism of pragmatic concepts of text analysis. By studying pragmatic phenomena as dynamic processes, we understand the meaning of language and monitor the dynamic formation of meaning in language use.