The apologia of reason in J. Chr. Gottsched’s classicistic system: On the 250th anniversary of the philosopher’s death
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Intelligence in the Russian linguistic consciousness
... Paremiological units are described using frame semantics methods. Research results are interpreted based on the theory of evolutionary epistemology. The study makes it possible to draw conclusions about the relevance of intellectual activity for the Russian language consciousness and the presence of a naïve epistemology in the Russian language picture of the world.
1. Благова Г. Ф. Пословица и жизнь: Личный фонд русских пословиц в историко-фольклористической ...
Language as mimesis (lyric poetry in H.-G. Gadamer’s herm¬e¬neutics)
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aesthetical consciousness; aesthetical experience; language; poetry; mimesis; inner word; philosophical hermeneutics.
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Alchemic symbols as a means of psychoanalytical description in N. Kononov's story «Source of Injury»
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Modality as a basis of Kant’s philosophical system and its connection to the language structure
... modality through the postulate of empirical thinking in general and in constructing a philosophical system where functions of consciousness are substantial elements. The system comprises ‘faculties of the mind’, as Kant calls them, namely, evaluation,... ... the modal worlds and the ‘faculties of the mind’. All this means that Kant’s system finds a reflection in the system of language, which is another argument in favour of the organicity of his philosophy. However, the philosophical ideas of Kant’s ...
The concept “people” in A. S. Shishkov’s manifestoes in the discourse of the Patriotic War of 1812
... determining their impact on the subsequent process of nation-building. Being a supporter of the creation of the Russian literary language on the basis of the folk and Church-Slavonic Russian, Shishkov embodied these views in the texts of manifestoes during ... ... in the formation of the myth of war as a national affair, forming the foundation for the formation of the Russian national consciousness.
Ageykina, I. N., 2008. Ideologemes “People” and “Nationality” in Russian journalism of the XIX century....
From Energy of Word to Energy of Thing: Development of Linguistic and Philosophical Ideas of Alexander Potebnya in Works of Sergey Bulgakov
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Имена [Электронный ресурс].
philosophy of language, linguistic philosophy, mythological thinking, language consciousness, language as a developing activity.
Aesthetics in the system of Paul Natorp’s philosophy
... that relate to the history of the development of his philosophical views. The early period is influenced by the teaching of consciousness developed by H. Cohen, the head of the Marburg School of Neo-Kantianism. The later period is interpreted as original,... ..., in the late work Philosophical systematics, he identifies autonomous fields of knowledge — those of theory and practice, language and poiesis, creative and artistic work. Each of these fields has its own direction of development,but the common ground ...
Translation: the puzzle of colour
... University of Wisconsin Press.
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Rhythm and Metaphor in the Art of the Icon
... Metafizika metafory [Tail of a lizard. Metaphysics of metaphor]. Kaliningrad.
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icon painting, metaphorical consciousness, visual metaphors, rhythm, rhythmic pattern, the meaning of icons, the language of icons
Gubareva O. V.
Gender studies in Russian linguistics
... Образы мужчины и женщины в языковом сознании. URL:
(дата обращения: 10.07.2014).
gender, Russian language, communication style, grammatical gender, biological determinism, Lexis, linguistic consciousness
Mapping Poetic Bilingualism in Europe: Language Contacts and Cultural Transfers
... multilingual sociocultural environments or they are moving from one country to another throughout their literary career. Existing in two or more cultural and/or linguistic spaces at the same time and thus making transfers across the boundaries of different languages easier, more efficient, and more conscious, multilingual poets serve as exemplary agents of cultural transfer. This study analyses different cases of poetic multilingualism where poets who can speak and write freely in two or more languages and intentionally create either variants of ...
On the problem of cultural reference of proverbs (the Russian proverbs with images of clothing)
... cultural constants captured in the names of clothing items used in proverbs. Such constants are defined as essential for understanding the Russian mentality.
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Lexical explicators of the modality of necessity in the Old and New Testament (the Synodal translation into Russian)
... the findings of this study, I describe the formation of the division between the spiritual and social aspects of duty in human consciousness and identify the causes of contradictions between the spiritual and social duty.
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Ivanova, N.A., 2015. Incentive modality as a mechanism of formation of universal ...
The study of the organization of the concept ‘system’ in the Russian language consciousness
The article analyses certain types and results of the categorization of system objects reflected in the modern Russian language. Using methods of traditional and cognitive semantics, the author explores linguistic representations of categorization levels in the understanding of the ‘system’ phenomenon. The author attempts to correlate the identified classification ...
Ambiguity matters in linguistics and translation
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The functioning of the vladyka lexeme in the Ostromir Gospels of 1056—1057
... matching Greek lexemes were selected, and the effect of semantic inconsistencies on the formation of the idea of the ruler in the consciousness of Slavs. The study employs the methods of etymological, lexicographical, lexical-semantic analysis, as well as ... .... T. 1: Leksicheskaya semantika; Sinonimicheskie sredstva yazyka [Selected works. Vol. 1: Lexical semantics; Synonyms of the language]. Moscow.
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The problem of meaning in Social Semiotics: deep semiotics as a conceptual extension of Social Semiotics
... with social practices, 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 ... ... denoting them. Iconic signs are based upon resemblance, index signs upon a causal relationship, and symbols on social conventions. Language is the most important system of symbolisation. Indeed, language serves as a guide to the systems of rules, values, and ...
On the problem of semiosis in the borrowed sign
... Anglo-American borrowing. Reversive nature of semiotic process, typical for interpretation of borrowed words — from sign to it’s meaning, from signifiant to signifie is shown. Different ways of assimilation of "alien" cultural experience in the consciousness of a target language are described.
1. Аристова В. М. Морфологическая структура английских слов в русском языке // Англо-русские языковые контакты. Л., 1978. С. 44—47....
The Text and Discourse in the Light of Communicative Meaning Formation
... is considered as the main distinguishing factor that is crucial for the communicative model of text but is ignored within the language model. The communicative (dynamic) model postulates the following: 1) the text is a sequence of verbal elements of communicative ... ... communication per se rather than in reflecting reality or conveying thoughts; 5) when perceiving a written text, the reader’s consciousness constantly interprets a single communicative action and this makes a not-procedural understanding of a text ineffective....
«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 and personality traits. Describing his characters, the writer uses ...
The features of using manipulative techniques to influence public opinion (based on the materials of the US presidential campaign of 2012)
... presidential debate // Official website of NY Times. URL: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/22/us/politics/transcript-of-the-third-presidential-debate-in-boca-raton-fla.html?pagewanted=all (дата обращения: 14.06.2013).
Soskina S., Sur E.
language manipulation, election campaign, public opinion, consciousness, discourse.
Current processes in the stylistic system of the Russian language: style vs discourse
Current processes in the stylistic system of the Russian language are related to qualitative (changing the language functional styles) and quantitative (the emergence of new styles) transformations. The author explores the correlation ... ... Kognitywna analiza dyskursu i inne metody badawcze. Rzeszów, 2005. S. 11—21.
Novozhenova Z. L.
functional styles, discourse, consciousness, awareness
The image of N. M. Karamzin in Russian poetry
... Russian literature; though it is the expressiveness and imagery of poetry which can have a great impact on the myths in public consciousness. The present study is based on the texts published in the following collections of poems: “Epigrams and Satire: ... ..., 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 ...
Playing with spectres
... Marx. The methodological approach employed is Julia Kristeva’s ‘semiological adventure’, which is based on considering language as a heterogeneous structure in the realm of interactions between the ‘semiotic’ understood as a pre-linguistic condition ... ... artistic imagination and its poetic keys opening the ‘doors of perception’ that are closed to the other forms of social consciousness/unconsciousness. The article analyses E. T. A. Hoffmann’s novel The Sandman, which is interpreted as a romantic ...
Analytic philosophy: a historico-critical survey
..., Erkenntnis, no. 2. <br />5. Carnap, R. 1934, Logische Syntax der Sprache, Wien. <br />6. Fodor, J. 1975, The Language of Thought, N. Y. <br />7. Gellner, E. 1959, Words and Things, A Critical Account of Linguistic Philosophy and ... ... ways to shed ink. Philosophical works], Saint Petersburg. <br />38. Ryle, G. 2000, Ponjatie soznanija [The concept of consciousness], Moscow.</div>
Communication of Covid-19 consequences in the Baltic States inforsphere
... builds up an objective view of the situation and demonstrates how the pandemic and its consequences are represented in public consciousness given a certain pragmatic goal. The pandemic is a new type of threat; its consequences demonstrate a tendency towards ... ... 2020, Cognitive modeling of a conceptual domain sociocultural threats, Kognitivnye issledovaniya yazyka [Cognitive studies of language], no. 40, p. 51—65 (in Russ.).
7. Sokruta, E. Yu. 2018, The Narrative Characteristics of News Discourse in the Time ...
From Marburg to Odessa: A contribution to a scientific bio-graphy of S. L. Rubinstein
... document. 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 ... .... Rubinshtejn, S. L., 2003, Nikolaj Nikolaevich Lange. In: Rubinshtejn, S. L., 2003, Bytie i soznanie. Chelovek i mir [Being and consciousness. Man and world], Sankt Peters¬burg, p. 452—457.28. Rubinshtejn, S. L., 1994, O filosofskoj sisteme G. Kogena ...
The Role of Political Elites in the Development of Politics of Memory in the Baltic States
... svіdomostі ta іstorіografії (1980-tі — pochatok 2000-h) [Danse macabre: The famine of 1932—1933 in politics, mass consciousness and historiography (1980s — early 2000s)], Kiev, p. 209—212.
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