The ‘training’ concept in Russian military discourse of the 19th century
... in the linguistic world image of the 19th century and analyses the representative of the concept in the linguistic usage of military sublanguage of the 19th century. The article offers a cognitive description of linguistic factors in the framework of diachronic communication.
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Historical development of the Pomor North Lexicography: a comparative analysis of the three translation dictionaries
... in the Pomor North. The three dictionaries were compiled by the people who had got involved in translation and intercultural communication through their professional activities, as they needed specialized dictionaries for work. This influenced the selection ... ... the compilation process and personal professional experience of the compilers. The methodology of this research is based on a diachronic approach to studying the development of specialized maritime glossaries in the 16th and 20th centuries. The research ...
“Čut’ živye, v noč’ osennjuju / My s ochoty vozvraščaemsja…” Secondary predicate in Nekrasov’s poetic texts
..., 2019a. The magic of pairing (on the material of Russian poetry). In: Emotsional'naya sfera cheloveka v yazyke i kommunikatsii: sinkhroniya i diakhroniya. Materialy mezhdunarodnoi konferentsii RAN [The emotional sphere of a person in language and communication: synchrony and diachrony. Materials of the international conference of Russian Academy of sciences]. Mosсow, pp. 120—133. Available at:
The concept of WILL in the semantics of deontic modality
... either as a volitional or voluntary modality. These approaches demonstrate lack of clarity in the differentiation between communicative, intentional and pragmatic (functional) aspects in the analysis of deontic modality. Voluntary modality is the attitude ... ... the English Modals. L., 1990.
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deontic, will, necessity, semantics, modality of will,...
The genesis of the subject in syntax as a manifestation of verbal and logical thinking
... according to which in-phrasal and out-phrasal morphologies are identified. The process of cognitive evolution of thinking is studied diachronically: from mythological thinking to verbal-logical thinking that is entirely manifested in the nominal structure and ... ... grammatical sentence, in-phrasal and out-phrasal morphology, grammatical categories, logical categories, inference, incidence, communication type, subject formation, cognitive evolution