The role of individual work in the development of creative competency in bachelors of education (The case of the Basics of Mathematical Information Processing course )
.... Киров, 2012. С. 244—251.
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Aesthetics in the system of Paul Natorp’s philosophy
... the system of his philosophy and identifies the legitimate position of aesthetics in the structure of philosophical disciplines: logic, ethics, and philosophy of religion. The author analyses the understanding of aesthetics and philosophyof arts and creative works in line with the Neo-Kantian tradition. The article focuses on the thinker’s contribution to the philosophy of the Marburg School and the justification of idealism. Philosophical aesthetics serves as a science and a link between the laws of nature ...
A philosophical framework for presenting novelty in a poetic text
... decipher a poetic text is not embedded in it as an algorithm. The linguistic strategy of resisting the contemporary despotism of creativity results in the growing idiomaticity of both individual fragments of a poetic text and a text as a whole.
Azarova,... ... prostranstve yazyka: Izbrannye raboty. 1958—2000-e gody [Velimir Khlebnikov in the four-dimensional space of the language: Selected works. 1958—2000s]. Moscow: Languages of Slavic cultures (in Russ.).
Dremov, M., 2019. Enemy. Vozdukh [Air], 38, pp. 102—105 ...
The acmeological approach as a vector of improving professional music teacher training
... the implementation of acmeological approach in the improvement of music teacher professional training from the didactic perspective. The author justifies the logic and acmeological orientation of its stages determined by addressing the methodology of creative work, which serves as the basis for the development and implementation of the technological aspect of a future specialist's professional growth.
качества профессиональной деятельности специалиста: ...
Fatih Karimi’s early poems (late 1920s — early 1930s)
In line with the need for a comprehensive system analysis of the poetic works of the influential Tatar poet and literary figure Fatih Karimi, this arti-cles considers the early but the most literary advanced poems created as his poetic voice was emerging. The study shows that the process of the poet’s creative evolution followed a trajectory from the ‘social ideological order’ towards expressing the ‘living’ human feeling and lyrical sacredness.
1. Мазитов З. М. Фатих Карим: Очерк жизненного и творческого ...
OPOIAZ and Bakhtin: the Decision Science’s perspective
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Bakhtin, M., 1929. Problems of creativity of Dostoevsky [Problems of creativity of Dostoevsky]. Leningrad: Priboi (in Russ.).
Belinkov, A., 1965. Yurii Tynyanov [Yury Tynyanov]. Moscow: Sovetskii pisatel' (in Russ.).
Geine, G., 2015. Germaniya. Zimnyaya skazka [Germany. Winter fairy ...
Kant’s fundamental idea of state and law in Pushkin’s Boris Godunov
The tragedy Boris Godunov occupies a unique place in A. S. Pushkin’s oeuvre. It was a turning point, when the author needed the whole power of his poetical genius, when a work beyond traditional literary and aesthetic styles, which interchange and establish a canon of a new style that transforms its predecessors in an act of creativity, appeared in Russian culture. Boris Godunov marked the birth of an individual author’s style in Russian art. A unique literary world — the world of Pushkin — manifested itself in a work of art. This article sets out to prove the influence ...
Textonics: an introduction to electronic philology
... equivalence gives way to an interlation, a constructive metamorphosis that plays on the inequivalence of different languages.
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Bakhtin, M., 2002. Working notes of the 1960s — early 70s. In: M. Bakhtin. Sobranie sochinenii [Collected Works]. Vol. 6. Moscow: Russkie slovari (in Russ.).
Losev, L., 2006. Iosif Brodskii: opyt literaturnoi biografii [Joseph Brodsky: the experience of literary biography]....
The philosophical and legal content of Sergey Hessen’s concept of personality
... solid foundation, whereas acts of freedom are a prerequisite for creativity — an integral characteristic of personality. The creative essence of personality suggests individuality and uniqueness of each person. Personality has a historical dimension. ... ... liberalism and socialism.
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The ordinary person in the fictional world of Alexander Galich
..., central to which was the image of the ordinary Soviet person. This article focuses on the motif of death/immortality as a plot component describing the fate of a small person in Galich’s poetry. The place of the ordinary person in Galich’s creative ‘characterology’ is identified. The groundwork for a classification of the ordinary person types is laid and key motifs of plots introducing the types are described. The Soviet small person is considered in the structural context of Galich’s fictional world in view of his ontology, anthropology,...
Studies into the history of Russian Neo-Kantianism in Poland
... Warsaw, p. 45—47.
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Gawriil Osipowitsch Gordon in Erinnerungen seiner Kinder
The article is dedicated to the life and work of the Russian Neo-Kantianist Gavriil Gordon. The author addresses archive material and the memoires of Gavriil Gordon's children, which allow reconstructing certain episodes of his creative work.
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Parallels of psychoanalysis in the intellectual and creative biography of Hugo von Hofmannsthal
Sigmund Freud and Hugo von Hofmannsthal are among the most important representatives of the world culture of the beginning of the 20th century, which was equally influenced by science and arts. The creative work of the Austrian poet Hofmannsthal, also a dramatist and a writer, is a good example of this kind of symbiosis. The remaining part of Hofmannsthal’s library, his letters to other cultural influencers (Arthur Schnitzler, Hermann Bahr, Carl Burckhardt,...
The ‘border’ concept in ‘Das Provisorium’ by W. Hilbig
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Rhythm and Metaphor in the Art of the Icon
... never perceived iconography as a dogmatic prescription. Iconography played the role of a cognitive scheme steering artists’ creative ideas. Creating visual metaphors required the development of rhythmic symmetry, based on linear repetitions and figurative ... ... vseobschey istorii iskusstv. Izbrannye iskusstvovedcheskie raboty [Studies on the general history of art. Selected art criticism works]. Moscow. pp. 167—183.
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The Philosophy of Vasily Sesemann and Marburg Neo-Kantianism
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Music in the memoires of Yaroslav Ivashkevich
The article highlights the role of music in the life and creative mind of Yaroslav Ivashkevich. The study involves previously unknown material of a book of the writer's memoirs published ... ... 2010, and his essays that shed light on some episodes of his childhood and adolescence, his perception and evalua¬tion of the works of classical composers, as well as representatives of the contemporary musical culture.
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Text filiation in S. D. Dovlatov’s fiction (article one)
... article considers SD Dovlatov’s prose to examine the little-studied intertextual process of filiation. The filial offshoot of a literary text is related to, and separate from, the initial text and is written by the same author. The study presents a ‘working’ definition of filiation and outlines its basic principles — a creative use of clichés, text reduplication, and the employment of the parent text’s ‘genomes’.
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2. Генис А. На уровне простоты ...
Text filiation in S. Dovlatov's fiction (article two)
... analyses S. D. Dovlatov’s prose and examines the littlestudied intertextual process of filiation. The filial offshoot of a literary text is related to, and separate from, the initial text and is written by the same author. The study presents a ‘working’ definition of filiation and outlines its basic principles — a creative use of clichés, text reduplication, and the employment of the parent text’s ‘genomes’.
1. Барт Р. Избранные работы: Семиотика. Поэтика. М., 1994.
2. Генис А. На уровне простоты ...
Pushkin texts in the description of characters by Dostoevsky and Nabokov
... novel F. M. Dostoevsky «Player». In: K. Kroo, ed. Tvorcheskoe slovo Dostoevskogo — geroi, tekst, intertekst [Dostoevsky's creative word — hero, text, intertext]. St. Petersburg. pp. 9—29 (in Russ.).
Kunilsky, A. E., 2006. «Lik zemnoi i vechnaya ... ... Dostoevskogo [«The face of the earth and the eternal truth». On the perception of the world and the image of the hero in the works of F. M. Dostoevsky]. Petrozavodsk (in Russ.).
Nabokov, V. V., 1996. Lektsii po russkoi literature: Chekhov, Dostoevskii,...
Hermeneutics of Guilt in Johannes Bobrowski’s Works
... Johannes Bobrowski is being considered. His poetology in the most complicated synthesis of antinomic semantics and metrics is being analyzed. The existence of guilt with its exacerbated spirit of his Christian humanity’s eschatological personalism in creative work of Bobrowski is being emphasized. The conclusion about the essential equality of his poetic language and being/nothingness in his understanding is being made.
1. Бёлль Г. Франкфуртские чтения // Самосознание ...
Time in Sergey Trubetskoy’s and Boris Chicherin’s metaphysical concepts: A discussion on Kant
... the philosophy of the Silver age]. Moskow, 2001.
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6. Trubetskoy S. N. 1908б. O prirode chelovecheskogo soznanija [About the nature ...
Crimea in the legacy of B. D. Grekov, fellow of the Academy of Sciences
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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 ...
The linguistic paradigm in Kant studies
... linguistic studies of Kant’s texts. Linguistic Kant studies is a scientific discipline focusing on the language of Kant's works. Such a study can be either independent or integrated int a logicalphilosophical analysis. The author emphasizes Kant’s ... ... 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,...
Images of Paradise in the Russian Poetry of the End of the 20th Century
... reflected in poetry, the appearance in this reality of signs of "paradise life" and new, sometimes surpassing the creative personality, opportunities for self-expression. There is also a connection between the new "paradise" poetry ... ... December 2017] (in Russ.).
Mandel'shtam, O., 1994. Sobranie sochinenii v 4-kh tt. T. 3: Stikhi i proza 1930—1937 [Collected works in 4 vols. T. 3: Poems and prose 1930—1937]. Moscow (in Russ.).
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The content of practicum for bachelors and masters of education
Today’s graduates of pedagogical faculties often exhibit little interest in a career in education and unwillingness to work at school. An effective solution to this problem is the formation of successful pedagogical experience in future teachers ... ..., and high efficiency of the practicum as well as positive motivation for teaching. It also facilitates the development of a creative type of professional behaviour. Special attention to the content and technology of organising practica results in successful ...
The phenomenon of twelve-tone music in Samuel Beckett’s short stories
... modernist music. The rejection of tonal hierarchies by dodecaphonists to transcend the limits of the traditional sonic semiosis can be compared to Beckett’s aspiration to go beyond the ‘fetish’ of words. The study emphasizes similarities between the creative systems of Beckett and the Second Viennese School/neoclassicists. The commonalities range from the work with patterns, which operate very similarly to dodecaphony in both form and effect, to the impression of the ‘semiotic chaos’ arising when Beckett's texts are mentally articulated. The effect of ‘semantic chaos’ can be compared with the ...
Pushkin as a personal myth of the Russian avantgarde
... asserted through its consistent negation. The factography of the Russian avant-garde proves that, from its earliest stages the creative system has been constructing its own Pushkin myth, within which the poet has the role of both an object of cultural overcoming ... ... article is the place and role of the Pushkin substrate in the poetry and theoretical treatises of Aleksei Kruchyonykh. In his works Pushkin is an object of poetical overcoming and a pole of attraction-repulsion. He is a touchstone, a reference point for ...
History in Transcription and Transcription as History: Charles Bally in Soviet Linguistics
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V. The hagiographic topic in I. S. Shmelev’s novel The Inexhaustible Chalice
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Rent-seeking behavior and rent-oriented behavior in the sphere of art and culture
... rent-seeking and rent-oriented behavior in the sphere of culture and arts. The author describes the specific features of the cultural production. It is shown that, the supply of cultural goods is characterized by the different level of rarity and consists from creative production, services of the institutions of culture and art, antiques, reproductions of works of art. Given the demand the cultural goods are structured in compliance with inquiries of its dealers, traders, collectors, adherents of prestigious consumption, real connoisseurs of art, consumers of entertainments. The article claims that the ...
Events as a semantic framework for the construction of reality: the prospects of a transition to a dynamic ontology
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‘The Word, an Ulcer…’: Aleksey Chicherin’s semiotic utopia
... Simplicius, pp. 101—110 (in Russ.).
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Monotowns: A New Take on the Old Problem
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From Marburg to Odessa: A contribution to a scientific bio-graphy of S. L. Rubinstein
... The mistakes identified were corrected. These documents, as well as old and new publications and studies in the German language made it possi¬ble to reveal certain facts and dates of Rubinstein’s biography, as well as his earlier little or un-known creative projects and plans. For instance, it was established that Rubinstein intended to translate into the Russian and publish Cohen’s smaller religious philosophical works, which he obtained in post-war Odessa with the help of E. Cassirer and B. Strauss. The article stresses the need to study personal archives of philosophers in order to establish the ideational sources of their concepts and reconstruct their intellectual ...