The Image of Contemporary Russia n Language and Culture: the Thematic Issue of «Russian Review»
... and intercultural communication. The issue provides a multidimensional coverage of various theoretical and practical aspects of the image-making from the perspective of the theory of communication, linguistics, social psychology, discourse studies, cognitive poetics, linguistics and culture studies.
Galumov, E. A., 2004. Mezhdunarodnyi imidzh sovremennoi Rossii (Politologicheskii analiz) [International image of modern Russia (Political Analysis)]. PhD Thes. Moscow (in Russ.).
Borisenko, I. V., 2008. Natsional'nyi obraz Rossii: filosofsko-kul'turologicheskii analiz [National image of Russia: philosophical and cultural analysis]. PhD Thes. Southern Federal University (in Russ.).
The Concept of Soul: A Comparative Study of the Russian and the Armenian Pictures of the World
... “Dusha” i ego sopostavitel'nyi analiz [Linguistic and cultural field of the metaphysical concept “Soul” and its comparative analysis]. Available at:
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3. Vezhbitskaya, A., 2001. Ponimanie ... ... klyuchevykh slov [Understanding cultures through the use of keywords]. Moscow.
4. Vezhbitskaya, A., 1993. Semantics, culture and cognition: universal concepts in culturally specific contexts. THESIS, 3, pp. 185—285.
5. Kolesov, V. V., 2004. Mentality and ...
The Concepts of “Appearance” and “Phenomenon” in Transcendental Philosophy (Kant, Husserl, Fink)
... existence of objects. Appearance, understood through the prism of the human being which perceives something as Vorschein, implies an inherently open world. Following Fink, I analyse these provisions and examine, first, light as the metaphysical source of cognition, second, the human being as a special kind of being, third, the pre-Socratic treatment of being and, fourth, the formation of a distinct phenomenological idiom. I come to the conclusion that the metaphysical-ontological method of phenomenological analysis of appearance proposed by Fink affords a new insight into the a priori principle and the nature of Kant’s “thing in itself” and proposes a new grounding of Husserl’s thesis which questions Kant’s agnosticism.
Burkhanov, R. A., ...
Kant über Sein und Zeit und Denken und Sein. Selbsterkenntnis durch Selbstaffektion
... identifies him-/herself — at the same time — with the subject logically structuring this act as well as with the subject intuiting the successively existing subject of this judging act, and 4. recognises him-/herself as identical in these two different cognitive roles. By this very analysis Kant shows that the eminent micro-judgement-act “I think” has the complex, though paradigmatic substructure of each human subject recognising his/her identity as thinking / judging and temporally existing while thinking / judging.
Frame approach to analysing the semantisation of the biblical quasi-anthroponym prodigal son in the language of Russian poetry
This article describes ways to semanticise the biblical quasi-anthroponym ‘prodigal son’ in a poetic text, using the frame approach as a means of cognitive modelling and description. This approach helps to identify and characterise meaning construction mechanisms in a precedent onomastic sign, which conveys the conceptual meanings of the biblical text. The study proposes a new methodology for ...
The dynamics of agricultural land use in the North-West of Russia and the Baltic countries
... following parameters: the area of cultivated agricultural land and the rate of change, the grain yield and its dynamics. Database analysis from 1848—52 until 2015—18 allowed to identify the stages of the agricultural land management dynamics. The stages ... ... № 26 (4). P. 419—438. doi: 10.1080/ 13662716.2018.1438248.
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Ambiguity matters in linguistics and translation
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Chomsky, N., 2000. New Horizons in the Study of Language and Mind. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Cruse, D., 1986. Lexical Semantics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Dunbar, G., 2001. Towards a Cognitive Analysis of Polysemy, Ambiguity and Vagueness. Cognitive Linguistics, 12, pp. 1—14.
Eco, U., 2011. Confessions of a young novelist. Harvard University Press.
Graham, R., 2001. Statutory interpretation: Theory and Practice. Toronto: Emond Publishing....
Kant's argumentation in the scholia to theorem VI in “Nova Dilucidatio”: The traditional interpretation and related problems
This offers an introduction to the analysis of Kant’s refutation of the ontological argument in his dissertation A New Elucidation of the First Principles of Metaphysical Cognition (Nova dilucidatio). The author explains the importance of the pre-critical argument analysis for the understanding of argumentation presented in the Critique of Pure Reason. The traditional interpretation of the arguments in Nova dilucidatio and related problems are discussed in detail.
1. Гегель Г. В. Ф. Лекции о доказательстве ...
I. Kant in the development of N. O. Lossky’s philosophical views: The case of a translation
....ru/ru/person/malevannyy-dv/text/intuiciya-kak-vnutrennee- uslovie-filosofskogo-znaniya-leybnic-kant-losskiy (data obraschenija: 19.06.2015).21. Popova, V. S., 2010, Sravnitelnyj analiz interpretacii sillogistiki I. Kantom I A. I. Vve¬denskim [Comparative Analysis of interpretation of syllogistics by Immanuel Kant and Ale¬xander Vvedensky], Modeli rassugdenij — 3: kognitivnyj podhod [Models of reasoning — 3: cognitive approach], Kaliningrad, p. 267—281.22. Recenzija In: Shpet, G. G., 2010, Filosofskaja kritika: otzyvy, recenzii, obzory [Phi¬lo¬so¬phical critique: reviews], Moscow, p. 62—74.23. Tutlis, V.P, 2005, I. Kant v Rossii [I. Kant in Russia],...
Current processes in the stylistic system of the Russian language: style vs discourse
... 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.
1. Барг М. А. Эпохи ... ... Лингвистика текста. Лингвистика дискурса. М. 2013.
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Linguistics in the 21st Century: Problems, Prospects, and Growth Points
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4. Bybee, J., 2007. Frequency of use and the organization of language. Cambridge.
5. Bybee, J., 2010. Language, Usage and Cognition. Cambridge.
6. Hopper, P. J., 2012. Emergent grammar. In: J. P. Gee and M. Handford, eds. The Routledge handbook of discourse analysis. London.
linguistic diversity, quantitative methods, asystem text linguistics, corpus linguistics, usage-based linguistics.
Plungyan V. A.
The Text and Discourse in the Light of Communicative Meaning Formation
... communicative actions; 2) the verbal manifestation of an utterance differs fundamentally from a communicative action; 3) the cognitive condition of the author of an action imposes a limit on meaning formation within the action and within the corresponding ... ... tekst: osnovy lingvisticheskoi teorii i elementy analiza [Litarary text: the foundations of linguistic theory and elements of analysis]. Moscow.
7. Nikolaeva, T. M., 1978. A brief dictionary of text linguistics terms. In: T. M. Nikolaeva, ed. Novoe v zarubezhnoi ...
Traditional Structures in Contemporary Chinese Poetry
... levels of utterances. These linguistic means include non-trivial semantic links created by means of phonographics. A linguistic analysis of relevant contexts shows that all the linguistic means contribute to the semantic cohesion of the text and make a bridge ... ... its elements.
1. Azarova, N. M., 2013. Anagramming as a mechanism for conceptualization. Kognitivnye issledovaniya yazyka [Cognitive studies of language], 15, p. 183—193.
2. Azarova, N. M., 2015. Water graphics and stone graphics in a classic Chinese ...
The linguistic paradigm in Kant studies
... int a logicalphilosophical analysis. The author emphasizes Kant’s contribution to the German philosophical and scientific discourse of the Enlightenment and summarizes current findings on the philosopher’s style and language. It is shown that the analysis of Kant’s linguistic creativity (new terms, syntactic models, utterance structures, communicative speech structure, modality, text generation mechanisms, metaphors, and pragmatics) can be paired with the study of the verbal-semantic, cognitive, and motivational levels of the philosopher’s linguistic persona. The author stresses the importance of the linguistic investigations of philosophical texts for an in-depth interpretation of their philosophical content.
‘Back to Kant’ or ‘Back to Leibnitz’? A critical view from the history of Russian metaphysical personalism
... ‘late and mature phase’ of German idealism (A. Trendelenburg, R. G. Lotze, and G. Teichmüller). A historical and theoretical analysis of the neo-Kantian and neo-Leibnizian ideas helps to identify the similarities (criticism and the belief in ‘pure experience’ ... ... shown that neo-Leibnizian epistemology seeks ‘pure experience’. However, such experience is not interpreted as ‘bare’ cognition or its mere possibility but rather it is perceived as a combination of consciousness (Bewusstsein), knowledge (Erkenntnis),...
Collaborative on-line learning
On the basis of the analysis of recent foreign research, the author traces theoretical preconditions of on-line learning. The discovery model as well as guided discovery model is considered. Computer-supported collaborative learning is viewed as a synthesis of the following ...
Traditional instructional media in British higher education: the analysis of effects of application
... conclusion is drawn about the necessity to carefully integrate instructional media into the educational context.
An analysis of evaluations of interactive video / Educational Technology. 1986. № 26. P. 7—17.
Multimeeeja ... .... (ed.) Multimedia computer assisted learning. London: Kogan Page, 1989. P. 97—102
Interaction of media, cognition and learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1979.
instructional media, audio-visual media, traditional ...
Spontaneities and Singularities: Kant’s Hypothetical Approach to the Supersensible and the Re-Foundation of Metaphysics
The hypothetical approach to the supersensible developed by Kant in his three Critiques, exemplified by his analysis of the aesthetic and reflective judgment in his third Critique, with their principle fortuitous purposiveness, can be considered as the basis for a new foundation of metaphysics. According to Kant’s limitation of cognition to the realm of sense intuition, theoretical knowledge of God, the subject, things-in-themselves, transcendental ideas is impossible. This leads to a kind of “negative theology” of the highest principle and the supersensible as a whole. ...
Transformationen der Kantischen Postulatenlehre im „Cambridge Pragmatism“ (Charles S. Peirce, William James, Josiah Royce)
... and interprets Kant’s “postulate” as the “option” to believe. A deepening of the debate on the relevance of Kant’s analysis of the horizon of religious hope with regard to human praxis for a pragmatism-inspired philosophy of religion can be ... ... T. Thellefsen and B. Sorensen, Hg. 2014. Charles Sanders Peirce in His Own Words. 100 years of Semiotics, Communication and Cognition. Boston und Berlin: De Gruyter; Mouton, S. 429-435.
Nagl, L., 2016. “Avoiding the Dichotomy of ‘Either the Individual ...
Linguistic creativity of the avant-garde: language functions in literary and advertising discourses
... types of discourse — the Russian literary avant-garde and the avant-garde advertising-propagandа — outreach. A discursive analysis of Russian literary (experimental) and advertising (avant-garde) texts is carried out from the standpoint of the theory ... ... Advertising. London, New York.
Dem'yankov, V. Z., 1996. Stereotype. In: Kratkii slovar' kognitivnykh terminov [Brief Dictionary of Cognitive Terms]. Moscow, pp. 177—179 (in Russ.).
Dem'yankov, V. Z., 2009. Linguistic creativity and speech creativity. In: ...
A poetic function in an expanding context: title — monoverse — polytext (on the example of Ivan Zhdanov's poetry)
... were considered both immanently and as part of the book. The main methods of research are semantic, contextual and distributive analysis. The author concludes that the heading, interpreting the text, sets its reference, and the monoverse is both a self-sufficient ... ... In Yu. I. Aleksandrov ed. Pyataya mezhdunarodnaya konferentsiya po kognitivnoi nauke [The Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Science], 1, Kaliningrad, pp. 385—386 (in Russ.).
poetic function, equivalence, selection and combination, monoverse,...
The state-civil identity among the student youth of the Russian Federation: theoretical and applied aspects
The article touches upon the issue of state-civil identity of student youth. Theoretical analysis of the provisions of social constructivism made the author focus on the fact that state-civil identity is an element ... ... category. The research group also noted that the state-civic identity of university students formed an advantage in affective and cognitive aspects, while the conative component is not sufficiently represented in their narratives. It indicates a certain lack ...
Intonological aspect of the vocal form of the language (on the example of the Russian choir)
... 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) ... ... presents the findings obtained from studying the melody of Russian opera choirs by means of music and linguistic intonation analysis. The author has revealed the tendencies in expressing emotional meanings and discovered harmonic differences between ...
The Place of Hermann Cohen’s Ideas in the Philosophy of Dialogue
... of thought. His books Ethics of Pure Will (1904) and Religion of Reason out of the Sources of Judaism (1919) offer a detailed analysis of the relationships between I and Thou, I and It, I and We. In the first book these relationships are considered from ... ... Ethics of Pure Will is based on Cohen’s logic of the origin expounded in the first part of his system in The Logic of Pure Cognition. Cohen explains that the origin of the self-consciousness of I as a personality is not the external world, but another ...
On some aspects of psychological assistance on Instagram
... specifics of professional and non-professional psychological assistance provided in Instagram. The authors carried out content analysis of the accounts of 50 bloggers, 25 of whom are professional psychologists and 25 parapsychologists working on the Instagram ... ... psychological assistance in Instagram, the following methods of psychotherapy and psychological counseling are most widely used: cognitive behavioral psychotherapy, body-oriented therapy, Gestalt therapy, NLP, family system therapy, art therapy, some psychologists ...
Subjective modality of the literary text: ontological status in author’s conception of the world
... synthesis of various zones of implementation of subjective modality. The author’s concept, embodied with the help of various means of subjective modality, is determined by the writer’s system of values, his spiritual experience, and his aesthetic cognition. The analysis of the linguistic material made it possible to determine that the subjective modality can be realized as a synthesis of three levels — the image of the author, narrator and hero, which makes it possible to substantiate the author’s concept ...
Formal terms of reproach in Russian discourse
... preodoleniya [Russian language: Speech aggression and ways to overcome it]. Moscow (in Russ.).
Goldberg, A., 1995. Constructions: A Construction Grammar Approach to Argument Structure. Chicago.
Hanson, K. C., 1996. How Honorable! How Shameful! A Cultural Analysis of Matthew's Makarisms and Reproaches. Semeia, 68, pp. 83—114.
Klein, D. B., 2001. A Plea to Economists Who Favour Liberty: Assist the Everyman. London.
reproach, corpus linguistics, constructions, Russian National Corpus, speech aggression
“Russian people” in the literature and documents of the 19th century: an experience of linguistic portraiture
... research material included examples from the Russian National Corpus, which were analysed using corpus, content-analytical and cognitive methods. This research aims to identify and to characterise the concept “Russian people”. The authors argue that ... ... ambivalent. The authors explore these characteristics of Russian people from the standpoint of the dichotomy own vs. alien. The analysis shows that after the abolition of serfdom in 1861, the image of Russian people undergoes significant changes under the ...
Kantian Transcendentalism in Contemporary Philosophical Discussions. Report of the “Transcendental Turn in Contemporary Philosophy-3” International Workshop
... Martinus Nijhoff.
Kant, I., 1998. The Critique of Pure Reason. Edited and translated by P. Guyer, A. W. Wood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Katrechko, S. L., 2018. The Nature of Appearance in Kant’s Transcendentalism: A Semantico-Cognitive Analysis. Kantian Journal, 37(3), pp. 31-55.
Katrechko, S. L., Shiyan, A. A., eds. 2018. Proceedings of the International Workshop “Transcendental Turn in Contemporary Philosophy-3: Nature (Specificities) ...
Kant’s Dissertation for the Master’s Degree On Fire and the Transformations of his Ideas of Ethereal Matter
... printed works that followed. Finally, I put forward the hypothesis of the heuristic potential of the On Fire treatise for the analysis of Kant’s manuscript legacy. Perhaps this dissertation will enable researchers to clear up some tangled propositions ... ... Cuadernos de Ilustración y Romanticismo, 1, pp. 199-224.
Kant, I., 1992a. A New Elucidation of the First Principles of Metaphysical Cognition. In: I. Kant, 1992. Theoretical philosophy, I755-1770. Translated and edited by D. Walford in collaboration with R. ...
Operational thinking in the structure of the diagnostic thinking of a modern teacher-psychologist
... various mental operations in the structure of diagnostic search carried out by a teacher-psychologist. The article explores cognitive operations used by a teacher-psychologist within the framework of a diagnostic algorithm. These operations are differentiated ... ... determined which operations are most important for each of the stages of the diagnostic algorithm. Mental operations (such as analysis, synthesis, analogy, generalization, comparison, etc.) are important for the diagnostic process and can be necessary ...
Textual, moral and psychological voices of translation
... imagination. Translated by C. Emerson and M. Holquist. Austin, TX: The University of Texas Press.
Chesterman, A., 2007. Similarity analysis and the translation profile. Belgian Journal of Linguistics, 21(1.1), pp. 53—66.
Chesterman, A. and Baker, M., 2008.... ... neurology of consciousness: An overview. In: S. Laureys, O. Gosseries and G. Tononi, eds. The Neurology of Consciousness: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropathology. Vol. 2. Amsterdam: Elsevier. pp. 407—461.
Wyke, B. van, 2010. Ethics and translation....
Тhe legal state over time: the nature and the main approaches to the definition
... 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, the recognition of law, the ...
Discursive practices of the Russian diaspora in Estonia: language contacts
... (referential shifts, semantically re-oriented vocabulary, etc.), and pragmatic features. The results of the diasporic speech analysis show that the key components of a typical diasporic discourse are the following ones: spatial-temporal localization (space: ... ... [Yearbook of Finno-Ugrian Studies]. Vol. 2. Izhevsk, pp. 29-40 (in Russ.).
Kostandi, E.I., 2016a. Typical text of the diaspora: the cognitive aspect. In: Rusistika i sovremennost' [Russian Studies and Modernity]. Riga, pp. 273-280 (in Russ.).
A. Schopenhauer and I. Kant in A. A. Fet’s philosophical and political worldview
This article offers an analysis of the influence of Kant’s and Schopenhauer's philosophical ideas on Fet’s worldview. The author demonstrates that ... ... knowledge and rhetoric]. In: Bryushinkin, V.N. (ed.), Modeli rassuzhdenij — 3. Kognitivnyj podhod [Models of reasoning - 3. The cognitive approach], Kaliningrad. <br />6. Nikolsky, B. V. 1912, Osnovnye jelementy liriki Feta [The main elements of the ...
M. Mendelssohn im epistolaren Nachlass von I. Kant
The author shows the importance of the analysis of Kant's epistolary heritage in the reconstruction of the evolution process of German Classic philosophy. This article ... ... ноября 1785 г.] // Там же. С. 556—558.
epistolary heritage, Moses Mendelsohn, dogmatic metaphysics, theoretical cognition, critical method, "The Critique of Pure Reason", stages of development of transcendental and critical philosophy
The metaphysics of science
... anti-metaphysic and positivistic. However, all forms of empiricism and positivism lead to a negation of philosophy, replacing it with logical, methodological, historical, sociological, psychological, cultural, and other studies. In effect, philosophy is the cognition of the absolute universal in both theoretical (the true being) and practical (the supreme good) terms. ‘Transcendental’ philosophy was conceived as a project to redeem philosophy in the era of burgeoning precise empirical natural science ...
Simulation technique in the mathematical theory of learning
... development and presents a simulation of unrelated study material elements (using letters of the alphabet as an example). The charts show temporal changes in students’ knowledge and motivation. Research works on the mathematical theory of learning, and the analysis of semiformalized and semistructured systems, research into cognitive and simulation management, fuzzy logic and soft system methodology comprise the methodological framework for the study.
1. Ажмухамедов И. М. Нечеткая когнитивная модель оценки компетенций ...
On the Dual Role of the Translator of Poetry and the Division of Roles
... poetry. Izvestiya SOIGSI [News of SOIGSI], 11 (50), p. 67—74.
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7. Tarasova, M. A., 2014. Perevody ...
Energy and the Ways of its Conceptualisation in Cognition: an Attempt at an Epistemological Analysis
Thе article examines the connection between conceptualisation and transfer of knowledge in the humanities and analyses the role of these processes in the formation of conceptual and terminological framework for different types of discourse. The study draws on an analytical description of the development of the concept of energy in the Christian Orthodox discourse. The description was provided from the perspective of transferology — a new metadiscipline aimed to study the meaning-focused transformations...
The Riddle as an Object of Linguistic Research
... preserved in traditional riddles across nations have not been identified and described. However, filling this gap requires an analysis of the most prominent research works I the field. The most fundamental works on the structure, semantics, and pragmatics ... ... Pozdnyakova, eds. Kognitivnye issledovaniya yazyka. Lingvisticheskie tekhnologii v gumanitarnykh issledovaniyakh. Vyp. XXIII [Cognitive studies of the language. Linguistic technologies in humanitarian research. Issue XXIII]. Moscow; Tambov, pp. 643— ...
Kant’s appearance as an objective-objectual [gegenständlich] representation
... Kant’s transcendentalism rests on the distinction between things-in-themselves and appearances. On the other hand, our method of cognition is representative in that is based on representations — subjective and objective (objectual) ones. A synthesis of ... ... Grundfragen der Erkenntniskritik. Berlin).
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19. Collins, A., 1999, Possible Experience: Understanding Kant’s ...
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 ...
The boundaries of the territorial community
... identifies and describes types of spatial boundaries of different types of territorial communities: geographic, organizational, cognitive, cultural, institutional, social and technological. The complex of factors and conditions that influence the dynamics ... ... Italian Economy. Ithaca, 1995. P. 232.
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The place and role of ontology in the system model of argumentation
... Information Systems // Proceedings of the International Conference on Formal Ontology in Information Systems. Ogunquit, Maine, 2001. P. 187—197.
Khizanishvili D. V.
argumentation, ontology, system model of argumentation, argumentation modelling, cognitive approach
The role of discourse in modern linguistics
... theory and the notion of discourse mark a new turn of the spiral of cognition that makes it possible to see and justify the cognitive and communicative potential of a text.
1. Кубрякова Е. С. Эволюция лингвистических ... ... 299—312.
text, discourse, cognitive-communicative event, discursive practice, discursive formation, discourse analysis.
Realisation of the pragmatic potential of intertextuality in political discourse
... inclusions in political discourse and how this potential is determined by the commonly shared precedent knowledge held in the cognitive base of all the members of the society. The paper touches upon the notion of precedent texts which have a unique system ... ... Downing Street. URL: https://www.gov.uk/government/announce-ments (дата обращения: 16.08.2014).
discourse analysis, intertextuality, allusion, precedent text, precedent knowledge.
The distinguishing characteristics of the existential LONELINESS verbal implementation in the authorial narrative discourse of F. Kafka
This article is devoted to considering the key notions of existential philosophy such as “existential intent” and “existential”. Scientific credence is given to their relevance to linguistic researches and correlation with the basic notions of cognitive linguistics. More specifically, this article exposes the kernel and the peripheral concepts of the existential LONELINESS. It also reveals the analysis of their representation peculiarities in the nonfictional and the fictional discourse of F. Kafka.
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3. Гагарин А. ...
Associative-semantic network principle of human mental thesaurus organization
... methods, certain dictionary articles of the Associative Thesaurus of the Russian Language have thus been analyzed. A comparative analysis of behavioral experiments is offered based on which associative dictionaries have been compiled-alongside with objective ... ... философии и науке. М., 2009. С. 325—360.
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The semantic category of affectedness and its syntactic realisation
... Pullum G. K. The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language.Cambridge, 2002.
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25. Tsunoda T. Antipassives in Warrungu and other Australian languages ...