A cognitive approach to argumentation and message produc-tion
This article compares a cognitive approach to argumentation with message production. The author distinguishes between two kinds of cognitive approaches to argumentation. Certain similarities and differences between D. Hample’s and V. Bryushinkin’s concepts are analysed. The most influential ...
A theoretical and methodological framework for the cognitive approach to word formation studies
The present-day stage of scientific knowledge is characterized by a shift of research aims in different scientific spheres to the cognitive aspects of linguistic phenomena. The cognitive approach to research on word-formation processes is supported by many linguists; however, still being insufficiently developed, it requires a systematization of new methodological tools. The author presents her own vision of the methodological and theoretical ...
Knowing humanity without knowing the human being: The structure of polemic in Kant’s political argumentation
... of law, the model of an ideal society can be pictured as a mechanism. However, his philosophy of history and politics claims the opposite, inclining towards organicism. The methodological framework for argumentation analysis is V. Bryushinkin’s ‘cognitive approach’. The author identifies the historical and ideational sources of decision-making criteria, which Kant assigns to his opponents. The article summarises relevant findings reported by H. Williams, G. Cavallar, R. Brandt, and others.
Linguistic Means Expressing Argumentation in Judicial Discourse late 19th: The Prosecutor’s Speech in Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov
... of judicial discourse. Vestnik Cheljabinskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. Ser.: Filologija. Iskusstvovedenie [Bulletin of Chelyabinsk State University. Ser.: Philology. History of Art], 33(60), pp. 125—127.
argumentation, pragmatics, rhetoric, cognitive approach, judicial discourse, literary discourse, prosecutor’s speech
Zrelova M. V.