The Text and Discourse in the Light of Communicative Meaning Formation
This article analyses differences between the static and dynamic interpretations of the text and discourse. The concept of a communicative action (a semiotic act) is considered as the main distinguishing factor that is crucial for the communicative model of text but is ignored within the language model. The communicative (dynamic) model postulates the following: 1) the text is a sequence ...
Response of the Lithuanian municipalities to the First Wave of COVID-19
... article analyses the response of Lithuanian local authorities to the first wave of COVID-19 with a special focus on the economic support measures they took. The main goal of this in-depth study is to compare the economic response measures included in the action plans of Riga and Tallinn, two large Lithuanian municipal administrations, as well as to analyse the narrative developed in the two cities. The methodology of this research is based on the review of literature, the analysis of action plans, and ...
Action-thoughts and the genesis of time in linguistic semiosis
... as elementary units of activity whose structure is determined by linguistic semiosis. Husserl’s tripartite model of the phenomenology of time (prime perception, retention, protention) is applied to the analysis of the subject’s experience of his actions. It is demonstrated that, while our lived present is composed of the actually performed actions, our past and future are constructed by reflexive action-thoughts in the cognitive domain of language. It is emphasized that the construction of ...
Revisiting the Maxim-Law Dynamic in the Light of Kant’s Theory of Action
... To show this, I first argue that Kant distinguishes between maxims and laws on the bases of validity and reality. I then argue that although a practical principle necessarily has the feature of validity, its reality in actually moving the agents to action sufficiently makes a principle a practical principle. If this is so, I argue that the classification of practical principles must be based on the extent to which they are effective in human agents (i. e. their reality). Such a classification ...
Theoretical approaches to studying police officers’ breaches of conduct
... verify empirically the relevance of classical postulates of organizational and social psychology for interpreting breach of conduct in a formalized organization in the contemporary socioeconomic and political context. From the standpoint of collective action theory, the article examines the role of individual characteristics of psychological climate as predictors of breaches of conduct.
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The development of universal learning actions in primary school students by means of project-task technology
This article presents a model of formation of universal learning actions in younger school students through solving project tasks. The author offers a technology of its implementation, which makes it possible to create personal, regulatory, informative, and communicative universal educational actions.
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Finite action principle and non-singular cosmological models
In this work, an attempt is made to consider hypothetical cosmological models free from two types of singularities: divergent action and divergent scalar curvature. Such models form an extremely narrow subclass and look quite unnatural. However, our goal is to show that such cosmologies are possible in principle without conflicting with current physical paradigms.
Der Schatten der Tugend. Kant über die unergründliche Tiefe des Herzens
Among the most peculiar traits of Kant’s critical philosophy is the contention that, while we can know our moral maxims and can thus reflect on our actions from a moral point of view, we cannot really know whether in a given situation our actions are actually motivated by those maxims. This means that, although we have a firm sense of our moral duties, we can never be certain whether some particular ...
EU-Russia cooperation in the Baltic Sea marine environment protection
... Международная конвенция о предотвращении загрязнений с кораблей 1973 г. [Электронный ресурс]. Доступ из справ.-правовой системы «Гарант».
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Influence of Issuer’s Corporate Actions on Stock Pricing
This article examines the theoretical and practical aspects of the impact of a joint stock venture’s corporate actions on stock pricing. The authors offer the methods of analysing this impact.
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Tactics of particular investigating actions relating to crimes against public officers
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public officer, violence against public officer, interrogation, tactics, investigative actions
Condorcet interpretation of probability’s theory: the use of a mathematical construct to the field of social action
Probability theory, which emerged as early as the 17th century thanks to the works of Pascal and Fermat, served for a long time as a tool of professional mathematicians. It was not considered a means of rational prediction of social actions. In the late 18th century, Nicolas de Condorcet (1743—1794) first proposed to apply probability theory to moral and political disciplines thus creating a basis for social forecasting. The methods he developed made it possible to predict the ...