to or for?

Dear Forum Users,

Could anyone please tell me if to/for would be better here:

Therefore, in this chapter I will give a description of the nature of cognitive semantics, focusing on the aspects that are of particular relevance to/for the purposes of this work.

Thank you very much.


I would choose ‘relevance to’.

Good point, if I may say.

Thank you very much for the help!


I second it, Alan, because we also use ‘to’. But there is substance in what Canadian says. The noun form could also take for depending on the context or practice or convenience. But the adjectival form takes the preposition ‘to’ as he has indicated, doesn’t it?