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Conceptual-Visual Basis of Functional Hybrid Intelligent Diagnostic Systems
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The research of the collective activity to overcome a diagnostic problem
... the speed of the doctor's response to the emerging problematic diagnostic situation. The paper is dedicated to the research of the convening and group activity of specialists within the council. Results of it would provide the basis of hybrid functional intellectual systems with cognitive modeling of a diagnostic problem.
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... hyphen is a means that contributes to the formation of concepts as undivided phonosemantic complexes reflecting the prototypes of things. In this sense, the hyphen serves as a tool for language and discourse transfer. In philosophical texts, the key function of the hyphen in newly created formations is conceptualisation. This holds true regardless of the number of components and of the position of the hyphen. The author concludes that the hyphen is a universal cognitive mechanism, characteristic of philosophical discourse; it is a means to form an integrated conceptual complex around the central component of the conceptualisation.
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The features of metaphors in “prophetic” dreams
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On the metalinguistic functions of a natural language in literary texts
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Equivocality in Delineating the Borders of a Cluster: The Baltic’s Case
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The University lecture as a holistic entity
The article characterizes the function of a lecture as an important form of current university education, reveals its capacities to intensify students' cognitive activity. A certain focus is made on interactive technologies which promotes the response relations with the audience. The author concludes that the efficiency of the lecture will increase if it is built on the principle of integrity, when the ...
Functioning of the means to present argumentation in a judicial discourse: The case of Polish literary texts
... judicial reasoning. In addition, the argumentative function, which is integrated into the discourse, is combined with the aesthetic function and thus it can serve as a means to create the literary image of a character.
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Peritext of the Russian translation of William Hogarth’s Analysis of Beauty: a case study
... decisions. This kind of supplementary text called the “translational peritext” is under study in this paper aiming to reveal the cognitive effort the translation process involves, and to explore the author-translator-reader relationship. The purpose of the ... ... answers to three main questions: What does the translator choose to comment on, and why? What is specific about the role and function of translational peritext in philosophical artistic discourse? How do the commented translational decisions affect, if ...
A poetic function in an expanding context: title — monoverse — polytext (on the example of Ivan Zhdanov's poetry)
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On poetic emotiology in poetry and beyond
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poetic communication, non-poetic communication, emotionology, emotive, grammar of poetry, cognitive metaphor, advertising discourse, PR discourse, reference, mythologisation, expression
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Modality as a basis of Kant’s philosophical system and its connection to the language structure
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On the structure of anthroponyms and their functioning in the Russian and English languages
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Analytical Kant studies, transcendental idealism, and the thing in itself
... Hence, the term ‘thing in itself’ expresses neither ontological nor epistemological dualism. Rather it has a methodological function and it serves to indicate the possibility of different forms of discourses — religious, ethical, etc. The thesis is ... ... theory of experience and analyses the transcendental structure of experience to demonstrate the realistic status of Kant’s cognitive objects. In conclusion, the author stresses the significance of Kant’s project from the perspective of the contemporary ...
On the Dual Role of the Translator of Poetry and the Division of Roles
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Cognitive and linguistic aspects of forming of event-driven concepts
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The functional and pragmatic features of assonance phraseological reflexes
... rhyme with an initial interrogative utterance. Assonance phraseological reflexes cannot perform a descriptive or nominative function acting in the process of verbal interaction only as markers of pragmatic intentions. Therefore, the attempts to describe ... ... unsuccessful. A proper study of assonance phraseological reflexes is possible only in the framework of speech act theory. From the cognitive perspective, these units of speech are an example of a language game typical of speech subcultures.
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The qualia structure and its role for linguistics research
... the analysis of the works by J. Pustejovsky on the generative lexicon and Qualia structures. Special attention is paid to the functions of the Qualia structure roles, their possible combination with frames. Such a combination offers new prospects for linguistic ... ... «Когнитивные методы анализа семантики слова» (РГГУ. 30 октября 2011 г.). URL: http://cognitive.rggu.ru/article.html?id=1695994 (дата обращения: 30.12.2011).
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The concept of WILL in the semantics of deontic modality
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Traditional Structures in Contemporary Chinese Poetry
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The media image of San Escobar in the space of fictional worlds: a socio-semiotic perspective
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... language learning. The formation of critical thinking is one of the main objectives of pedagogy since it ensures successful functioning of the individual in the modern information society.
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Current processes in the stylistic system of the Russian language: style vs discourse
Current processes in the stylistic system of the Russian language are related to qualitative (changing the language functional styles) and quantitative (the emergence of new styles) transformations. The author explores the correlation of styles and different types of discourse as communicative speech formations. Special attention is given to the cognitive and awareness factors as criteria for the identification of styles and types of discourse.
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Events as a semantic framework for the construction of reality: the prospects of a transition to a dynamic ontology
... use the methods of maxima/ minima and infinitesimal calculus and carry out an analysis of the threshold values of the event function. The third problem is the verification of the model and the description of its possible applications. In this context,... ... Integrativnyy podkhod s pozitsiy kognitivnykh nauk [Representation of events. An Integrative approach from the standpoint of cognitive sciences]. Moscow, Yazyki slavyanskoy kul'tury, pp. 186-208 (in Russ.).
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A. A. Fet as a theoretical and practical adherent of pure art¬ and the prob-lem of the nature of poetry
philosophy of art, pure art, art for art’s sake, principle of purity, ultimate end and value, value constitution as a function of art.
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Kantian Rationality in the Philosophy of Science. Report of the First Conference of the Kantian Rationality Lab.
... aspects of the Kantian understanding of science and the roles of reason in it: the unity, difference, and systematicity of the functions of reason in science, as they are revealed in Kant’s discussions of criteria of scientificity, the classification ... ... science in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
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The Problem of the Relationship between Apperception, Self-Consciousness and Consciousness in Kant’s Critical Philosophy
... faculties and to establish their inter-relationship. To this end the author analyses the functional roles of consciousness, self-consciousness and apperception in solving the main tasks of the first Critique. It turns out that consciousness is a reflexive cognitive capacity which provides access to representations in our soul and allows us to distinguish them and to connect them. Self-consciousness is the mode of the functioning of consciousness which makes it possible to study three objects of consciousness: internal and external representations of the subject, the synthetic activity of understanding and our soul. Apperception is the Latin synonym of the concept ...
Тhe legal state over time: the nature and the main approaches to the definition
The article focuses on different approaches to the definition of the legal state nature that has existed over time. The research is aimed at identifying the modern frames of the legal state that functions as a necessary counterbalance to the state monopoly on power and governance. The cope of research methodology is very wide, including the dialectic method of cognition, the methods of analysis and synthesis, and formally logical, historical legal and comparative legal methods. The result of the research that has been undertaken shall be the definition of the legal state, which is based on the rule of law, ...
Ideology of Armenian and Russian Orthodoxy in the mirror of ritual objects: khachkars and wayside crosses
The authors describe the main ideas and specific features of the Armenian and Russian Orthodoxy based on the analysis of Orthodox religious rituals and religious objects used in them. The authors reveal deep cognitive functions that these religious objects enable, first of all, the creation of a sacred milieu, unification of the Orthodox believer with God, and the formation of Orthodox memory. At the same time, it is noted that the Armenian khachkars are closer to ...
Time and eternity in the literary image of the church procession: Pushkin’s Boris Godunov and Shmeleff’s The Year of the Lord
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Foraging strategies in the pine marten Martes martes: A model
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Evaluative lexis expressing the “good/kind” semantics as a means to represent the concept of “god” in the Old Russian texts of the 11th-14th centuries
... considered on the basis of Old Russian texts of the 11th—14th centuries. The author analyses the semantic features of the functioning of these lexemes.
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cognitive linguistics, concept, axiology, ethics, estimation, God,
good, Old Russian text.
Intonological aspect of the vocal form of the language (on the example of the Russian choir)
The article studies intonation features of vocal form of the language. The melody of national opera music reveals inherent prosodic corrrelation with the language intonation units and their features. The two cognitive systems, namely music and language, function via intonological models (the ones characteristic of both music and speech) of perception. Although the vocal music melody of a national language is not fully identical to speech intonation patterns acoustically, it still includes a number ...