The cathedral and the icon in the literary world of V. Shukshin’s short stories
This article analyses the role of the cathedral and the icon in the lives of V. Shukshin’s characters: the author shows the most important features of the Russian national character of the second half of the 20th century, as well as the peculiarities of the axiological system characteristic of a non-clerical, but religious consciousness. The author identifies typological features of the characters according to their attitude ...
The topic of cultural identity in N. Lossky’s personalism
The article considers N. O. Lossky’s methodology for interpreting the Russian national character. It is noted that N. O. Lossky identified and analyzed stable sociocultural images and their variants. Fiction, philosophical essays, and epistolary heritage are used as sources for the study.
1. Ильин И. А. Путь к очевидности....
The ironic discourse in the works of V. Pyetsukh
The article identifies the conditions of the realisation of such crucial feature of V. Pyetuskh’s creative method as irony. It is shown that his irony is aimed at the key elements of the Russian identity — the history of Russia and the Russian national character. In this conditions, irony aims to emphasise weaknesses under the guise of humour in order to gather strength to overcome them in every moment of the present.
1. Аннинский Л. Мнение литературных критиков ...
Russian neo-Kantianism: history and characteristics of its development
The article is dedicated to the analysis of the development of neo-Kantianism in Russia. Russian neo-Kantianism is marked with originality, which was due to the cultural and historical peculiarities of the formation of the national philosophical thought. The stages and specific character of the development of Russian neo-Kantianism are considered by example of the creation of A. I. Vvedensky, B. V. Yakovenko and V. E. Sesemann.
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The journal “1812”and the 100th anniversary of the Patriotic War of 1812
The author explores the perception of the characteristic traits of Russian people that was widespread among military intellectuals and their associates ... ... meaning these “unobtrusive participants in discourse” ascribed to the words “character trait” or “character” of Russian people.
Bezotosny, V. M., 2012.... ... proceedings]. Maloyaroslavets. pp. 97—100 (in Russ.).
Miller, A. I., 2009. “Nationality” and “Nation” in the Russian language of the 19th century: preparatory...
Historical realia in teaching Russian as a foreign language
... and historical identity of the country of the target language. Realia make it possible to reconstruct selected aspects of the national character and study the axiology of modern native speakers. The analysis of non-equivalent, background and connotative lexis in ... ... kul'tura: Lingvostranovedenie v prepodavanii russkogo yazyka kak inostrannogo [Language and Culture: Linguistic Studies in Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language]. Moscow.
2. Vereshchagin, E. M., Kostomarov, V. G., 1980. Lingvostranovedcheskaya teoriya slova ...
“Russian Lithuania,” as seen by N. Ustryalov
This article analyses Nikolai Ustryalov’s concept of “Russian Lithuania,” which presents the history of medieval Lithuanian as part of the Russian past. The author examines the career of S. S. Uvarov – Minister of National Enlightenment in the 1830 – 1840s, as well as other factors behind the official narrative about the “Russian character” of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. The paper stresses the significance of Ustryalov’s concepts in the Russian historiography in the first half of 19th century.
1. Устрялов Н. Г. Исследование вопроса, какое ...
History of the words starina and starik as terms of friendship in Russian
... the words starik and starina emerged as terms of friendship in standard Russian language. These terms were often used by male characters in the prose of the Khrushchev Thaw — students, scientists, and engineers. It was initially assumed that these words had become forms of address at that time. Analysis of data from the Russian National Corpus shows that these terms of friendship date back earlier than that. Starik was used to address a male friend in ...
Imagology as a Part of Compartive Literary Studies
... 2005. Pol'sha i polyaki glazami russkikh literatorov. Imagologicheskie ocherki [Poland and polish people through the eyes of Russian writers. Imagological essays]. Moscow (in Russ.).
Yatsenko, N. E., 1999. Tolkovyi slovar' obshchestvovedcheskikh terminov ... ... Literaturwissenschaft. Arcadia, 1, pp. 107—120.
Leerssen, J., 2007. Imagology. The сultural construction and literary representation of national characters. A critical survey. Amsterdam.
Leerssen, J., 2016. Imagology: On using ethnicity to make sense of the world. Iberical,...
Studies into the history of Russian Neo-Kantianism in Poland
The article deals with the jey areas of Russian Neo-Kantianism studies in Poland. Although the number and quality of studies ... ... osobennostiah russkoj kultury [From metaphysics to the phenomenology of the landscape of the nation. F. A. Stepun about the peculiarities of Russian culture] // Fedor Avgustovich... ... neokantyzmu (uwagi o filozofii wiary A. I. Wwiedienskiego). Pier. H. Rarot [On specific character of the Russian neo-Kantianism (notes on A. I. Vvedensky’s philosophy of...
Cultural foundations of the style of philosophising (a comparison of N. O. Lossky's oeuvre with I. Kant's anthropology)
... Религиозно-философское общество в Санкт-Петербурге (Петрограде). История
style, philosophising style, topos (commonplace), Yu. V. Rizhdesrvensky, N. O. Lossky, I. Kant's anthropology, original features of Russian culture and philosophy, national character
Popova V. S.
Genre specificity of V. Maksimov’s novel “Farewell from Nowhere”: to the problem of spiritual tradition
... to the semantic form of “confession-deed” (M. Bakhtin), embodied in the ancient Russian “Teachings” by Vladimir Monomakh. The type of hero-protagonist is determined... ... characterizes the genre of the novel “Farewell from Nowhere” as connected with the national spiritual tradition and the organic inclusion of genre forms inherent in the... ...
Vladimir Maksimov, novel, spiritual tradition, genre, autobiography, self-confession, character typology, axiology
The theme of the female in the novels of Charles Brockden Brown
... beginning of the 19th century Charles Brockden Brown who, being little known to the Russian reader, is considered in the USA the father of gothic novel. Addressing the... ... in post-revolutionary America, Ch. B. Brown takes part in the formation of the new national ideology.
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Magazine. 1792. April.
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Historical memory in the age of globalization: the case of Russian- Estonian relations
politicheskaja praktika, avtoref. dis. … d-ra polit. nauk [Political parties and the Russian transformation: theory and political practice: summary of dis.... candidate... ... Sociology, Vol. 4, no. 3, September, p. 287—302.
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20. Ouellet, J. 2004, Authority, Trade and Ideas: Using... ... Understand Borders and Identity. In: Khudoley, K., Lanko, D. (ed.), Borders, Identities and Nationalism: Understanding the Relationship, St. Petersburg, p. 16—37.
Factors of self-actualization of student youth in the context of cross-cultural interaction and the mastering of a macro-mediator language
... ethnocultural groups of Crimea, Russians and Crimean Tatars, towards mastering the Russian language as a macro-mediator have been defined. Having analysed the data obtained... ... forecast the pragmatics of the impact of various linguistic and cultural stimuli on the character of civilisational processes in multinational regions.
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12. Mitchell K. Educating the national citizen in neoliberal times: from the multicultural self to the strategic...
The formation of the political elite in Lithuania at the turn of the 1980s—1990s: the role of “moral politicians”
... States on the key choices made by the authorities at the turn of 1980s—1990s. Today, Russian political science lacks concrete regional studies into the issues of changes... ... the assessment of patterns and trends, the identification of power centres and the character of intra-elite interaction, and a profound understanding of the functioning... ... 1990—2000, Representative Elites in Post-Communist Settings, no. 8, p. 55—67.
14. National Security Concept of the Republic of Estonia, 2010, available at:http://www...
Translation of sociolect texts
... is homogeneous, being represented by a set of language variants or language existential forms, reflecting the heterogeneous character of the national culture. Notwithstanding variable nature of language, linguistic theorizing has been mostly based on standardized languages ... ... research addresses the fundamental issue of variability within a language and aims at studying the specific fragment of the Russian language of the XXth century — Soviet camp sociolect within the frameworks of contrastive sociolectology. Sociolect ...