Action-thoughts and the genesis of time in linguistic semiosis
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On some particular functions of the Palestinian national administration
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Count M. A. Miloradovich in life, creativity and the fate of F. N. Glinka
... «Military magazine» and organizer of the military library, a Decembrist and philanthropist. This is not a complete «service record» of Glinka before the December uprising of 1825. M. A. Miloradovich played a visible role in this various acts and functions of F. N. Glinka.
The article clarifies the facts concerning the military service of F. N. Glinka and his personal relations with M. A. Miloradovich. This allowed us to correct the biographical data of Glinka, which are based on the research of his social and literary activities. The author of the article adheres to the point of view of the historian A. G. Tartakovsky,...
Reframing paroemias of the coronavirus discourse
... article explores the specifics of the paremic space of the coronavirus discourse, in which new images of typical situations related to the coronavirus pandemic are formed. The coronavirus narrative affects the use of phraseological units and paroemias,... ... involves not only identifying language units and structures, but also describing conditions and mechanisms for their selection and functioning. The research material included examples of phraseological and paremiological transformations characteristic of the ...
Peritext of the Russian translation of William Hogarth’s Analysis of Beauty: a case study
... of the article is to analyze paratextual elements in the translation of an essay on philosophical aesthetics in search of 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 at all, the reader’s understanding of the author’s stance? The problem of revealing the translator’s agency, his/her ...
Work-life balance during the Covid-19 outbreak: the case of Latvia
... Migrants’ Access to Social Protection in Latvia // Migration and Social Protection in Europe and Beyond. Vol. 1. Springer, 2020. P. 257—270.
34. Krzysztofik R., Kantor-Pietraga I., Spórna T. Spatial and functional dimensions of the COVID-19 epidemic in Poland // Eurasian Geography and Economics. 2020. P. 1—14.
35. Ruiu M. L. Mismanagement of COVID-19: lessons learned from Italy // Journal of Risk Research....
The Concepts of “Appearance” and “Phenomenon” in Transcendental Philosophy (Kant, Husserl, Fink)
... aims, first, to delimit the seemingly synonymous concepts of “phenomenon” and “appearance” and second, to trace the functions of each in Kant’s philosophy and the phenomenological tradition. The analysis is based on Immanuel Kant’s Critique ... ... appearance as opposing the thing in itself which possesses true but unknowable being (Kant) and appearance as taking place in the “relative” sphere of the natural attitude (Husserl): with Fink, appearance (or, as Fink constantly writes, “appearing”) turns ...
The first Stokes method in the problem of waves on a liquid surface of finite depth
... condition. An integral operator of convolution type is introduced. Four functions of one variable are determined, the main of which is the wave level. One linear and three quadratic equations are obtained. The zero mean conditions for the level and the relative function of the current, as well as the condition of orthogonally of the wave level and the fundamental harmonic, are determined and validated. Like Stokes did, we seek unknown functions and parameters as expansions in a dimensionless wave number. The ...
The Nature of Appearance in Kant’s Transcendentalism: A Seman- tico-Cognitive Analysis
... just a designation of the object (KrV, B 235). Thus, appearance cannot be understood ontologically as a physical object or a relation. At the same time, an appearance is not identical to its representation, since the former is an object or content of ... .... Frege’s “semantic triangle” to the analysis of Kant’s concept of appearance, I show that the transcendental object functions as the sense (Sinn) of the appearance and that the empirical thing in itself is its reference (Bedeutung).
Consequences and Design in General and Transcendental Logic
... logic of design. The logic of design has the benefit of enriching traditional logical tools with a series of notions borrowed primarily from computer programming. A conceptual system designer sets out feasibility requirements and defines a system’s functions that make it possible to achieve the desired outcome using available resources. Kant’s project forbids a dogmatic appeal to the transcendental relations and eternal truths of scholasticism. However, the constitutive nature of the rules of transcendental logic in regard to the power of judgement precludes the pluralism of conceptual systems that can be interpreted within possible experience. ...
The formation of the narrative and the performative in public communication
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Gerasimov, S. V., 2017. Event as a managerial function of generating social reality. Chelovek. Kul'tura. Obrazovanie [Man. The culture. Education], 1 (23), pp. 68—83 (in Russ.).
Husserl, E., 2011. Logicheskie issledovaniya. Ch.1: Issledovaniya po fenomenologii i teorii poznaniya [Logical ...
Managerial competencies required: a comparative analysis of Moscow and the Kaliningrad region
... interdisciplinary approach. The aim of this research is to identify the managerial competencies that are crucial for the adequate and stable functioning of regional administration systems. An analysis of the components of managerial competencies and their factors is ... ... theoretical importance but are well adapted for practical purposes, particularly, for advanced training of managers and teaching related university disciplines.
Krivosheev, V. V., Makarov, S. N.
management, exclave region, administration, leadership,...
Migration of researchers in the Baltic region: a forecast and factors
The importance of this research relates to the need for increasing the human capital of Russian science and for assisting the spatial development of the country,... ... models built in the R software environment, using statistical time series. The models of the second type use Excel forecast function to carry out prospective evaluations of the number of researchers and migration rates. The study did not confirm the ...
Regionalisation in Northern Europe and the Northern Dimension in Russian political discourse
... formation is a major concern for Russia, a country bordering sixteen states. In the early 2000s, the development of regions with Russian participation was at its height in northwestern Europe. Cross-border regions arise both naturally, stemming from various functional relations, and as a result of political decisions. In the latter case, political discourse is an important factor in successful region-building. The Northern Dimension (ND) programme, which was launched in 1997, embodied the principle of depoliticised ...
Political technologies and international conflicts in the information space of the Baltic Sea region
... made possible by media technology and international law. The international conflict between Russia and some countries of the European Union has become a factor hampering its sustainable development. Moreover, the conflict has adversely affected the functioning of many civil society institutions in the Baltic Sea region. This study focuses on the publications in the scientific media associated with the political technologies that may provoke conflict but must contribute to good-neighbourly relations in the region. We carry out a comprehensive political analysis and a specific examination of the Western scientific media to develop a package of measures that Russia can take to counter the conflictprovoking influences in the region. The current ...
Spatial Planning in the European Union: Practices to Draw on in Russia
In this article, we employ a systemic-complex methodology to consider the targets, functions, and content of spatial planning in European countries and compare them to urban planning practices in Russia. We analyse concepts and terminology used in spatial planning and related areas — territorial, marine, and underground planning. The article examines the evolution of the ideas of spatial planning in the EU. We consider the documentary framework for spatial planning from the last third of the 20th century to the present....
The Functional and the Instrumental in Market Definition: a Laboratory for Natural Experiments in the Baltics
... institutional alternatives, we examine the modes of governance in the gas supply industry. A major focus is the Baltic region where two interconnected pipelines — the Nord Stream and the OPAL — were constructed. Different ways to handle transactions relating to gas supply were employed at the time. We compare these ways and conclude that it is necessary to consider the determinants of a transaction to select the best structural alternative and to avoid choosing a wrong governance structure.
The genitive of quality as used in typological characterisation of a person
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14. Partee B. H., Borschev V. Sortal, relational, and functional interpretations of nouns and Russian container constructions // Journal of Semantics. 2012. Vol. 29. P. 445—486.
Popova S. B.
linguocultural archetype, ethnocultural archetype, adnominal genitive of quality, genitive of quality
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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“The Turn towards Ontology” in Russian Neo-Kantianism in the Late 1910s and Early 1920s (Lev Salagov and Nikolai Boldyrev)
... obshchestva [Thought. Bulletin of the Russian Philosophical Society], 1, pp. 13-32. (In Russ.)
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Dmitrieva, ... ... German-English Edition. Traslated by M. Gregor, edited by J. Timmermann. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Kubalica, T., 2010. Relative Truth of the Reflection Theory in the Interpretation of Heinrich Rickert. (Translated by V. Prokhorov and V. Belov). ...
The intertexteme as an instrument in the past — present — future dialogical space of urbanism practices: an intersemiotic analysis of graffiti and inscriptions in Gdansk and Kaliningrad
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Meaning in life and meaning in the text (roundtable proceedings)
... for their interpretation. These mechanisms can be considered as manifestations of various modally different types of textualisation. Interpretation and textualisation make it possible to identify and describe the interaction between some causal and functional relations (‘meaning in life’) and their semiotic manifestation (‘meaning in the text’).
Aristotle, 1983. Sochineniya v chetyrekh tomakh [Works in four volumes]. Vol. 4. Moscow: Mysl' (in Russ.).
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‘What can be described can happen too…’: describing text semantics as a model structure of transworld relationships
... particularly, I focus on the possibility of using the apparatus of modal semantics to identify the relationship between sentential complexes. To those ends, I employ the concepts of model, model structure, and centred world. The latter is a system of functions that correlate language expressions, the language expressions of a text, states of affairs (possible worlds) described by language expressions, and the contexts in which a text occurs. Existence in the worlds of the text correlates with the ...
Textonics: an introduction to electronic philology
... concepts, denoting different configurations of digital texts: megatext — a collection of texts that are perceived and studied as a single thematic or semantic whole; unitext — the totality of all megatexts; supratext — the text of a higher order in relation to the given one; syntexts united by a common supratext and functioning as synonyms with respect to each other; peritext — a list of syntexts, a table of contents as presented by a search engine. Each author and researcher of electronic texts has to interact with the entire Web: each word has to be properly ...
The Masonic Word: Types and Functions
... that the Word in the perception of the Freemasons became an ideal, an object and a tool. At the same time, the instrumental function, that is, one’s own practice in the framework of the real world, implied a mystical desire for an ideal, that is, the ... ... the most important documents on the subject of speculative free masonry; embracing the reports of the Western Committees in relation to the abduction of William Morgan... With all the degrees of the order conferred in a Master's Lodge, as written by ...
Translation and Discourse Analysis
... Discourse Analysis originated in Applied Linguistics and refers to the investigation of language in use. Depending on whether the term ‘discourse’ is understood in a narrower or a wider sense, discourse analysis aims at examining the structure and the function of language in various contexts and/or at revealing patterns of belief and habitual action, as well as social roles and power relations (Critical Discourse Analysis). Since translation can be characterised as an act of communication across linguistic and cultural boundaries, with source text and target text representing language in use, concepts and methods of discourse analysis ...
Application of the mathematical modelling and simulation methods to the study of didactic systems
Didactic systems relate to poorly structured and poorly formalizable objects that function under conditions of uncertainty and lack of information about the state of the student, the teaching methods used, etc. The article considers the application of mathematical and computer modeling methods for the study of didactic systems and ...
Lexemes with the stem –БОГ- (GOD) in hagiographic texts of the 15th—17th centuries
... analysed over others. The identified lexemes are grouped according to the following semantic features: designation of people related to God, characteristics of the activity of a specific historical personality, an abstract concept, an object or a ... ... leksicheskiy fond [Etymological dictionary of Slavic languages. Slavonic lexical fund]. Vol. 2. Moscow (in Russ.).
axiology, functional semantic analysis, God, text, XV—XVII centuries
Pisar N. V.
The hagiographic genre of the life of Alexander (Plutarch’s Comparative biographies)
... of life and the freedom of choice. These aspects are reflected in the hagiographic genre. I analyse the similarities and differences of the narrative strategies employed since the narrative (non-diegetic narrator) in the hagiography genre is clearly related to the non-diegetic “multiple” narrator of Plutarch's biography. I argue that the genre of ancient biography with its topos of private life and its entertaining and instructive functions serves as a nutrient substrate for the formation of the genre of bios.
Averintsev, S. S., 1994. Good Plutarch tells about heroes, or happy marriage of a biographical genre and moral philosophy. In: Plutarkh. Sravnitel'nye zhizneopisaniya: ...
Corpus-based studies in conference interpreting
Corpus-based interpreting studies (CIS) are a relatively recent “[…] Off-shoot of Corpus-based Translation Studies” to quote the seminal paper (1998) by the late Miriam ... ... September 2018).
Vuorikoski, A.R., 2004. A Voice of Its Citizens or a Modern Tower of Babel? The Quality of Interpreting as a Function of Political Rhetoric in the European Parliament. Tampere: Tampere University Press. Available at:
The problem of meaning in Social Semiotics: deep semiotics as a conceptual extension of Social Semiotics
... within which the former record, store, and disseminate social experience. These systems affect the human consciousness to change the semantic picture of the world, behaviour, and the way one perceives reality. Almost all cultural artefacts perform the function of a sign. As a semiotic system develops special signs emerge to replace the artefacts by denoting them. Iconic signs are based upon resemblance, index signs upon a causal relationship, and symbols on social conventions. Language is the most ...
‘The Word, an Ulcer…’: Aleksey Chicherin’s semiotic utopia
... early 20th-century historical and cultural paradigm, Chicherin’s semiotic position looks like the proclamation of radical ‘anti-logocentrism’ that polemicises against any literary traditions and experiments, either synchronic or diachronic in relation to the author. At the same time, a textual analysis of Kan-Fun and a comparison of the key theses of Chicherin’s semiotic theory with the examples of his poetry (‘construemas’) show that his aesthetic project was of a utopian nature. Despite ...
Chrononyms characterisitics in O. Henry’s short story Hearts and Crosses
The article focuses on lexical means of expressing time in a short story by O'Henry. The author identifies chronopuncture, chronometric and chronological markers and highlights their functions in the text. The lexical means of chronopuncture, indicating the specific time of the event, dominate in the text structure. These lexical means include indefinite, relatively definite and absolutely definite chronopuncture markers, which help the readers to orient themselves in the temporal continuum of the narrative text.
1. Арутюнова Н. Д. Время: модели и метафоры // Логический ...
The Relationship between Heart Rhythm Variability and the Heart Rate in Adolescents and Young Adults
... K. et al. Fractal correlation properties of R-R interval dynamics and mortality in patients with depressed left ventricular function after an acute myocardial infarction. // Circulation. 2000. Vol. 101 (1). P. 47—53.
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10. Souza N. M., Vanderlei L. C. M., Garner D. M. Risk evaluation of diabetes mellitus by relation of chaotic globals to HRV // Complexity. 2015. Vol. 20. P. 84—92.
11. Hillenbrand S., Gast K. B., de Mutsert R. et ...
The Development of a Criminalistics Theory in Russia and the United States: A Comparative Analysis
... States, I describe the stages of the development of forensic science in the two countries. I analyse the structure and major areas of modern criminalistics. Special attention is paid to the relevant philosophical and methodological framework and the functions of forensic science. I give a detailed account of Russian and US scholars’ approaches to the nature, subject, and object of criminalistics and provide an overview of the history of the discipline. I address the relationship between criminalistics ...
Opposition of modalities in petition formulas as a reflection of the business correspondence culture in the Russian languagee of late XVII — early XVIII cc.
... Employing a functional-semantic analysis of the modalities of possibility/impossibility in the texts of petitions, the authors identify the role of these modalities in the structure of business documents reflecting the culture of communication and social relations during the studied period in the history of Russian society.
1. Волков С. С. Лексика русских челобитных XVII века. Формуляр, традиционные этикетные и стилевые средства....
The Image of the World Revealed In Words: Ludwig Wittgenstein and The Iсonic Semiotics
... (iconic) representation. The author suggests considering iconicity as a basis for relating the signifier and the signified. This relation is understood as a construed one rather than something determined by physical similarity. The basis for such a revision ... ... possible to describe texts that are signs but do not consist of signs (movies, paintings) and create signs in the process of functioning. Accordingly, one can speak about the semiotics of text, in which such phenomena will be considered as primary ones....
On certain groups in the Soviet outbound tourism (on the example of the Kaliningrad region)
... issues in development of Soviet outbound tourism, especially on the regional scale. The purpose of this research is to define the functional aim and effectiveness of use of specialized tourist groups in the structure of outbound tourism in the Kaliningrad ... ... htm (дата обращения: 27.11.2017).
tourism, outbound tourism, specialized tourist groups, groups of related jobs, international experience
The role of the European Central Bank in ensuring the financial stability of the EU
... eurozone with supervisory powers transferred to the European Central Bank in accordance with Article 127 (6) of the Treaty on the functioning of the EU. Secondly, the direct recapitalization of banks from the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF), established ... ... Council Regulation (EU) No 1024/2013 of 15 October 2013 conferring specific tasks on the European Central Bank concerning policies relating to the prudential supervision of credit institutions // Official Journal. 2013. L 287. P. 63—89.
7. Directive 2013/36/EU ...
Transformation of life strategies of the individual under the conditions of armed conflict
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Ryadinskaya E. N.
personality, armed conflict, area of low-intensity ...
Kant’s appearance as an objective-objectual [gegenständlich] representation
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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 content, methods, structure, ways of interaction are led to accordance with the purpose and objectives....
Kant on the rights of citizens in matters of religion: The concept of religious tolerance in the German Enlightenment
... strange to us today. Kant distinguished between three branches of government. However, they were not identical in the name or function to the executive, legislative, and judicial powers. Of interest is the justification of the exclusion of certain powers ... ... Kant’s deliberations on the issue include a long prehistory of formulating the concept of religious tolerance and modelling relations between the state and different confessions, based on the rules of natural law, which date back to the early Enlightenment....
Anthroponyms as the markers of cultural memory in epic texts
The author explores the relationship of the notions ‘collective memory’ and ‘cultural memory. Anthroponyms represented in the brothers Grimm’s sagas are analysed as exponents of cultural memory. The main focus is on the functions of anthroponyms in the semantic structure of the sagas texts.
1. Алефиренко Н. Ф., Голованёва М. А., Озерова Е. Г., Чумак-Жунь И. И. Текст и дискурс : учеб. пособие для ...
Measurement of liver volume using imaging techniques of various modalities
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48. Yu H. C., You H., Lee H. et al. Estimation of Standard Liver Volume for ...
Geosituational Modelling of Coastal Marine Systems
... the authors got new insights into the solar-terrestrial links, marine-terrestrial ecosystems, global and regional processes related to climate change, oceanization, the vulnerability of natural systems under the increasing pressure of anthropogenic activities,... ... Geografiya XXI veka [Geography of the 21st century], Kaliningrad, p. 62—73. (In Russ.)
22. Shidlovskaya, Yu. А. 2015, Evolution of functional zoning of national park Curonian Spit], Vestnik Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, no. 1, p. 72—78. (In Russ....
Language features of Bertha von Suttner's autobiography, «Lebenserinnerungen», in gender studies
... lexical-semantic subcategory "I am a woman" representing the explicit way of realization of "The Feminine" are self-nominations indicating the female sex. The implicit way presented by four lexical-semantic subcategories is characterized by functioning words whose referential relationship to "The Feminine" is established on the basis of logical and associative connections.
1. Бондарева Л. М. Автобиографический дискурс в свете гендерных ...
On the definition of "dichotomy" in linguistics
The author considers the functioning of the term "dichotomy" in philoso-phy, logic and linguistics; analyzes the essence of the concept of "dichotomy" and its semantic relatedness to the concepts of "antinomy", "antonymy" and "binary ...
The Role of Tourism in the Development of Russia’s Northwestern Border Regions
... the practices of tourism and recreation development in a historical perspective and examines the effect of barrier and contact functions of state borders on tourism. Particular attention is paid to tourism development in the border regions of Russia’s ... ....
26. Fedorov, G., Gorodkov, M., Zhukovsky, I. 2011, The role of the Kaliningrad region in the development of Russian-German relations, Balt. Reg., no. 4 (10). p. 33-39. DOI: 10.5922/2079-8555-2011-4-4.
tourism development, border regions,...
Language specificity of Franz Kafka’s non-fiction texts
... studied on the material of the author’s diaristic and epistolary texts, which manifest his linguistic personality. The epistolary texts are analysed in reference to the addressee and their relationship with the author. Special attention is paid to the functional specificity of the parable as a genre and the absurd character of the author’s narration.
1. Бабенко Н. С. О лингвистическом смысле разграничения текстов на жанры // Лексика ...