History in Transcription and Transcription as History: Charles Bally in Soviet Linguistics
This article describes the results of a systemic study into the history of conveying the name of the Swiss linguist Charles Bally by the means of Russian transcription,... ....
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Ideology of English monolingualism as the basis of the US language policy
The article deals with the ideological foundations of English monolingualism in the U. S. A. The author analyses the arguments used by supporters and opponents of this ideology.... ... http://ourworld.
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Daniel Everett and Cultural Linguistics
This paper deals with the views of Daniel L. Everett as exemplified in his major works Don’t Sleep, There Are Snakes and Language: The Cultural Tool. The aim of this study is to analyse the connection of these works to various schools of thought and to examine the possible link with linguistic cultural studies. Everett’s definitions of language and culture are contrasted ...
The concept “people” in A. S. Shishkov’s manifestoes in the discourse of the Patriotic War of 1812
The Patriotic War of 1812 is an event that influenced the formation of the Russian national consciousness.... ... in a broader historical context, tracing their origins in the discussions on the language of the beginning of the 19th century and determining their impact on the subsequent... ... Russ.).
Muratov, N. P., 1912. Istoricheskii obzor Otechestvennoi voiny i ee prichin [A historical review of the Patriotic War and its causes]. Tambov (in Russ.).
Digital World Communication аnd Translation
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Goggin, G. and McLelland, M. eds., 2017. The Routledge Companion to Global Internet Histories. New York: Routledge.
Gold, M. K. and Klein, L. F. eds., 2016. Debates in the Digital Humanities. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Gorham, M. S., Lunde, I. and Paulsen, M. eds., 2014. Digital Russia. The language, culture and politics of new media communication. London: Routledge.
Gottlieb, B., 2018. Digital Materialism. Origins, Philosophies, Prospects. Bingley: Emerald Publishing Ltd.
Hintz, A., Dencik, L. and Wahl-Jorgensen, K., 2019. Digital Citizenship ...
Kantian Philosophy and ‘Linguistic Kantianism’
The expression “linguistic Kantianism” is widely used to refer to ideas about thought and cognition being determined by language — a conception characteristic of 20th century analytic philosophy. In this article, I conduct a comparative analysis of Kant’s philosophy and views falling under the umbrella expression “linguistic Kantianism.” First, I show that “linguistic Kantianism” usually presupposes ...
Historical realia in teaching Russian as a foreign language
This article deals with the historical realia as markers of the national and historical identity of the country of the target language. Realia make it possible to reconstruct selected aspects of the national character and study the axiology of modern native speakers. The analysis of non-equivalent, background and connotative lexis in the course of language acquisition stimulates ...
The journal “1812”and the 100th anniversary of the Patriotic War of 1812
The author explores the perception of the characteristic traits of Russian people that was widespread among military intellectuals and their associates — publishers,... ... set of values amongst the readership, having an equal or lower educational, cultural and social status. The knowledge of the language of the journal and the specificity of its semantics allows translating the meanings encoded in the articles and the ...
History of the words starina and starik as terms of friendship in Russian
This article explores when and under what circumstances the words starik and starina emerged as terms of friendship in standard Russian language. These terms were often used by male characters in the prose of the Khrushchev Thaw — students, scientists, and engineers. It was initially assumed that these words had become forms of address at that time. Analysis of data from the Russian ...
Historical perspective on the word gospoda as a form of address
Using the method of corpus analysis, this article explores the history of the Russian honorific gospoda and related forms of address: damy i ... ... [Dictionary of Russian speech etiquette]. Moscow (in Russ.).
Vinogradov, V. V., 1939. O yazyke Tolstogo: (50—60-e gody) [Towards the language of Tolstoy: (50’s and 60’s)]. USSR Academy of Sciences. Institute of the Russian literature (in Russ.).
Indirect translation: Main trends in practice and research
This article concerns indirect translation (ITr), understood broadly as translation of translation, and has the aim of facilitating systematic research on this long-standing, widespread yet underexplored phenomenon.... ... question considers selected details of ITr processes as well as the methods used in identifying most probable mediating texts and languages. The article ends with a brief consideration of prospects for research on ITr training. The what question concerns terminological ...
From Energy of Word to Energy of Thing: Development of Linguistic and Philosophical Ideas of Alexander Potebnya in Works of Sergey Bulgakov
The article focuses on the scientific heritage of Alexander Potebnyа, the central figure in the history of Russian linguistic and philosophical tradition, and Sergey Bulgakov's doctrine of word and language, presented in the work «Philosophy of Name». The comparative analysis reveals the following: a) the key elements of S. Bulgakov’s doctrine historically genetically rooted in A. A. Potebnya's linguistic research; b) the basic difference between ...
A language game with background knowledge
The tactics of a language game aimed at activating background knowledge of the recipient are studied in the texts of jokes, crossword puzzles, and other literature and speech materials. Special attention is paid to language games focusing on the reader’s knowledge of ...
A philosophical framework for presenting novelty in a poetic text
Texts of different eras relate to varying degrees to the question of generating and presenting novelty. Recent poetry has been undergoing ... ... against the new in the light of the philosophy of the text and in the context of the need to reconsider methods for studying the language of poetry. The possibility to decipher a poetic text is not embedded in it as an algorithm. The linguistic strategy ...
On poetic emotiology in poetry and beyond
The article presents material supporting the thesis about the discourse register of emotions in their movement from poetic communications to non-poetic ones. The subjects of the description are emotives — ... ... The part of the article that deals with poetry interprets emotives in multiple aspects: in the aspect of the grammar of poetic language and in their figurative representation. Within the frames of such grammatical categories as the imperative and subjunctive ...
Hybrid texts as a form of interaction between avant-garde artistic and political discourses
This paper explores hybrid texts as a special type of text that forms within ‘inter-discourse interaction’ and relates to the ‘convergence of discourses’. The analysis focuses ... ... texts while distinguishing between the linguistic, genre, multimodal, and multimedia types of hybridization. Special cases of language hybrids are onomatopoeic hybrids, which are based on the sounds of hostilities; hybrid words formed with a hyphen or ...
The apologia of reason in J. Chr. Gottsched’s classicistic system: On the 250th anniversary of the philosopher’s death
This article revisits the ratio-centric system developed by the prominent exponent of the German enlightenment J. Chr. Gottsched (1700—1766). The authors examine the problem of the ontological argument in the ... ... and Kant’s regulative principles of practical reason. The authors emphasise the significance of Gottsched’s philosophy of language and his connection with the tradition of ontological theory of language in the context of modern hermeneutic research....
‘Reaching out’ beyond the text: philosophical notes
In this article, I define the concept of text and briefly discuss the related concepts of speech and discourse. I demonstrate how the humanities treat texts and examine ... ... divide between the humanities approach and the philosophical approach to the text lies in their methods. I emphasise that language has a synthesizing role within the philosophical approach to the text. Finally, I draw attention to the ‘science of ...
Formal terms of reproach in Russian discourse
This article is concerned with the formal terms of reproach in Russian discourse and the corpus methods of their identification. Theoretically, it builds on the thesis that there ... ... manifestations. This approach uses methods of corpus linguistics, which ‘visualise’ abstract models through arrays of real-life language data.
Chernyshev, V. I., ed., 1950—1965. BAS = Slovar' sovremennogo russkogo literaturnogo yazyka : v 17 t....
The linguistic paradigm in Kant studies
This article discusses the potential of the linguistic persona theory in the 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 contribution to the German philosophical and scientific discourse of the Enlightenment and summarizes current ...
“Čut’ živye, v noč’ osennjuju / My s ochoty vozvraščaemsja…” Secondary predicate in Nekrasov’s poetic texts
The main aim of the article is to examine the grammatical and stylistic functions of the predicative attribute in the poetic work of Nekrasov.... ... Izbrannye trudy. Tom II. Integral'noe opisanie yazyka i sistemnaya leksikografiya [Selected writings. Volume II. Integral Language Description and Systematic Lexicography]. Moscow (in Russ.).
Bogatyrev, P. G., 1971. Voprosy teorii narodnogo iskusstva ...
The text in the context of the Tartu Semiotic School: problems and prospects
In this article, I discuss problems associated with the emergence and development of the concept of text, which is central to the Tartu-Moscow Semiotic School (TMS). The first problem is the interrelation between statics and dynamics. From the perspective of classical structuralism, the language system is a static entity. The generation of a text, however, is a dynamic process. Therefore, language should contain the possibility of dynamics. The TMS offered a twofold solution to this dilemma. Firstly, the text was assumed to have ...
In search of the text generating structure: Jakobson’s theory of the poetic function of language
The classic work of Roman Jakobson,“The Newest Russian Poetry. Sketch One. Approaches to Khlebnikov”, is invariably referred to in the works ... ... receptive perspective. Jakobson's work is one of the first experiments in describing a new aesthetic phenomenon. Analysing language through shifts, Jakobson explores it in a structuralist way. In “The Newest Russian Poetry” the scholar summarises ...
The Evolution of Settlement Areas of Ingrian Finns in Northwest Russia in the Second Half of the 20th Century
... censuses conducted between 1959 and 2010 in the Soviet Union and in the Russian Federation, as well as on the contemporary data of the Estonian Department of Statistics, the author of this article studies the spatial aspects of the dynamics of the ethnic ... ... Population Census 2002], in 14 volumes, T. 4, Vol. 1 Nacional'nyj sostav i vladenie jazykami, grazhdanstvo [National structure and language skills, citizenship], 2004, Moscow, 945 p.
8. Itogi Vsesojuznoj perepisi naselenija 1989 goda [Results of the All-Union ...
Feelings, emotions, sensations: On the representativeness of mental states in the Russian language
This article is devoted to the lexis of the Russian language denoting mental states. The study of the words and their functions rests on the psychological interpretation and classification of mental states. The author describes how a person’s mental life is expressed as a system of interacting and interdependent ...
Language as mimesis (lyric poetry in H.-G. Gadamer’s herm¬e¬neutics)
This article deals with the essence of art in Gadamer’s philosophy, including his critical approach to Kantian aesthetical consciousness and subjectification of ... ... He explains mimesis in poetry by analogy with the “inner word” doctrine and comes to the conclusion that the finite human language is rooted in the infinite whole of the world’s experience, which makes a lyrical poem a hermeneutical process and an ...
LANGUAGE — HISTORY — THINKING
Language: the history and the present
Mass Media: History and Language
OPOIAZ and Bakhtin: the Decision Science’s perspective
Decision science is a relatively new discipline: the product of a cross-pollination among mathematics, psychology, economy and a few other branches of knowledge. It studies how humans make ... ... of Viktor Shklovsky and Iurii Tynianov outlining how these two members of the Petersburg “Society for the Study of Poetic Language”(OPOIAZ) conceived of the writer as a rational agent pursuing a specific goal, and of the means at his/her disposal ...
The image of N. M. Karamzin in Russian poetry
There are virtually no specialized studies into the creation of poetic image of N. Karamzin in late 18th — early 19th centuries in Russian literature; though it is the expressiveness and ... ..., A. S. Pushkin, V. L. Pushkin, N. M. Yazykov, A. N. Maykov, F. I. Tyutchev). N. Karamzin is depicted in poetry as a Russian language reformer; the one who brought harmony into the ‘nature’ of Russian language; a discoverer, ‘Columbus’ of Russian ...
The functioning of the vladyka lexeme in the Ostromir Gospels of 1056—1057
This article considers the use of the Vladyka lexeme to denote God the Father, Jesus Christ, and human rulers in the Ostromir Gospels with a Greek translation.... .... T. 1: Leksicheskaya semantika; Sinonimicheskie sredstva yazyka [Selected works. Vol. 1: Lexical semantics; Synonyms of the language]. Moscow.
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«Nomen est omen»: the role of names in the novel Parade by Nikolay Kononov
The author analyses the role of the main characters’ names — Lev, Lyuda and Arkady — in the novel Parade by N. Kononov. The multilanguage anagrammatic code is chosen as a research technique: anagramming (in some cases with a transition from one language to another) allows the author to identify hidden meanings consciously or subconsciously used by the writer. N. Kononov resorts to language game throughout his novel and shows the connection between the name Lev and the semantics of physicality ...
Analytic philosophy, its history, and Kant
The paper is devoted to the contemporary discussions about the history of analytic philosophy, the criteria of its distinguishing as a philosophical movement and its present status. It is emphasized ... .... B., Scott F. A. Pragmatism: a guide for the perplexed. L., 2008.
analytic philosophy, history of philosophy, analysis of language, linguistic turn, Kant’s philosophy
Makeeva L. B.
Regional denonyms of the 1940s: the use of denonyms in regional newspapers
The use of denonyms in regional newspaper texts of the XX century helps to elucidate the development trends in this lexis. Regional newspapers are a perfect source for observation as it is the language of the media that both reflects and shapes the worldview and linguistic competencies of a native speaker. Various local publications complement each other and contribute to a more complete picture of the use of denonyms within the region ...
Audiovisual translation and reception
Reception of translated texts has thus far received relatively scant, uneven attention in Translation Studies, even though reception studies ... ... titles: An improved viewing experience? In: S. Hansen-Schirra and S. Grucza, eds. Eye-tracking and Applied Linguistics. Berlin: Language Science Press. pp. 5—30.
Gambier, Y., 2002. Les censures dans la traduction audiovisuelle. TTR, 15(2), pp. 203—222....
The Name of Prophet Abraham in the Old Russian Literature of XI—XIII centuries
The spread of Christianity in Russia contributed to the development of writing and had a direct impact on the thematic, genre, figurative ... ... December 2017] (in Russ.).
Picchio, Riccardo, 2008. Slavia Orthodoxa: Literatura i yazyk [Slavia Orthodoxa: literature and language]. Moscow (in Russ.).
A story about the life and bravery of the blessed and great Prince Alexander, 1997. In: D. S. Likhacheva,...
The problem of meaning in Social Semiotics: Max Weber today
A human activity is based on the constant creation, transmission and transformation of meanings and texts. All the forms of representation of this activity (culture, history, literature, art, politics, law, etc.... ... 1999. Myshlenie i rech' [Thinking and speaking]. Vol. 5. Moscow (in Russ.).
Elmslev, L., 1960. Prolegomena to the theory of language. In: V. A. Zvegintsev, ed. Novoe v lingvistike [New in linguistics]. Vol. 1. Moscow, pp. 264—389 (in Russ.).
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 ... ... encyclopedic dictionary]. Moscow. p. 487.
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Conceptualisation of transfer and translation in modern linguistics
This paper studies the vision of translation developed within structuralism, cross-cultural studies, and semiotics and compares them with the theory of cultural ... ... Dem'yankov,V. Z., 2016. Cognitive techniques of knowledge transfer. Kognitivnye issledovaniya yazyka [The cognitive study of language], 26, pp. 29—32.<br>
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Translation of postmodern terminology in the philosophical works by M. Foucault, J. Baudrillard, and J. Derrida
The article examines the specifics of the translation of postmodern philosophical terminology. The authors explore Russian translations of the works of the modern ... ... Archaeology of Humanities]. St. Petersburg (in Russ.).
Avtonomova, N. S., 2008. Knowledge and Translation. Experiences of Language Philosophy. Moscow (in Russ.).
Barkhudarov, L. S., 1975. Language and translation: Questions on general and private theory ...
Lexemes with the stem –БОГ- (GOD) in hagiographic texts of the 15th—17th centuries
The article explores lexemes stemming from Rus. бог- (god), which were used in the texts of the XV—XVII centuries. This stem expressed the concept of God and was used as a means of characterization of objects, phenomena,... ...
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‘Term memory’ and its varieties in the history of the genre nomination of English novel
The history of interaction between romance and novel reflects the richness and originality of English prose and contemporary theoretical reflections ... ... Magus» as a Postmodern Romance. Curitiba, 1995.
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The principles of the concept analysis of the "male" and "female" in Russian linguistic mentality
This article offers the theoretical grounds and methods of semantic analysis of “male” and “female” categories developed on the basis of linguistic data. The author draws examples from the Russian language to demonstrate gender semantic models in Russian linguistic mentality, e. g. the general understandding of the “male” and the “female”, the content properties of these principles, etc.
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The value fundamentals of the “we image” in Russian culture through the prism of mother-child communication
This article interprets the results of an analysis of communicative interaction between a mother and a child in the Russian national linguistic and cultural community.... ... Habitus, Practices // The Logic of Practice. 1990.
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Embedding imagology in Translation Studies
Imagology, the study of national and cultural images as represented in textual discourse, is a fruitful approach ... ... Ertürk, Ş., 2013. Images of Istanbul in translation: a case study in Slovenia. Across Languages and Cultures, 14(2), pp. 199—220.
Dimitriu, R., 2012. When ‘we’ are... ... and the North in Anglophone Literatures. In: S. Jakobsson, ed. Images of the North: Histories — Identities — Ideas. Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi. pp. 25—49.
The Place of Hermann Cohen’s Ideas in the Philosophy of Dialogue
My aim is to prove that Hermann Cohen was not only a philosopher of dialogue but has played an exceedingly important role in the history of that current of thought. His books Ethics of Pure Will ... ...
Cassirer, E., 1922. The Form of the Concept in Mythical Thinking. In: E. Cassirer, 2013. The Warburg Years (1919–1933): Essays on Language, Art, Myth, and Technology. Translated and with an Introduction by S. G. Lofts with A. Calcagno. New Haven and London: ...
The ethnocultural identification of the Belarusian population in the Russian publications of the late 18th — early 19th centuries
This article analyses the ethnonymy and other ethnocultural markers (denomination, language) of the residents of Belarusian lands during the partitions of Poland on the basis of works by S. Plescheev, H. F. Hackmann, L. M. Maksimovich, V. M. Severgin, and other scholars. The urban population was ethnically identified as Polish, whereas the rural ...