On the Semiotic Model of Image
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‘The Word, an Ulcer…’: Aleksey Chicherin’s semiotic utopia
... 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 ... ... incapable of overcoming the basic conventions of text generation and reception. The use of non-verbal (visual and auditory) signs entails both the semantic enrichment of the sign and an uncontrolled increase in its entropy. This way, the sign is deprived ...
The title of Alexander Pushkin’s novel The captain’s daughter as the textual dominant
This article considers the functional significance of the attributive combination ‘captain's daughter’ as an essential and integral component of the semantic space of Alexander Pushkin’s novel. Placed in the title, it functions as the key sign of the work of fiction since it makes it possible to interpret implied meanings. Unlike the other, more frequent, lexical and grammatical units used as nominations in the text (‘Masha’, ‘Marya Ivanovna Mironova’), ‘captain’s daughter’ ...
Philosophical Discourse and the Conceptualisation of Word Formation
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The Masonic Word: Types and Functions
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The role of the European Central Bank in ensuring the financial stability of the EU
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Discursive practices of the Russian diaspora in Estonia: language contacts
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Transformations in the Communicative Characteristics of Political Discourse in the Current Information Space
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Geography and economy of the Kaliningrad region: limitations and prospects of development
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On the problem of cultural reference of proverbs (the Russian proverbs with images of clothing)
This article explores proverbs as signs that preserve, transfer, and develop meanings rooted in the ethnic culture. The author investigates the ways cultural semantics ... ... preferences, lifestyles, customs, and worldview of a nation. Images of garments in proverbs are a particular form of expressing the key ideas of a culture. Moreover, such images serve as condensers of the established etiquette, ethical, social, and other judgements....
Immaturity and the objective of a true reform in ways of thinking. Part I.
... legal notion of immaturity, which is now interpreted from the philosophical and theological perspective and has become one of key philosophical notions. However, Kant’s view is fraught with certain complications: firstly, it is dominated by negative ... ... the French revolution, he emphasises a restricted social and political meaning of revolution, however, interpreting it as a sign ofhistorical progress and progress in implementing natural law.Unstinting support for the French revolution, despite acknowledging ...