Full and short personal names in Russian: a quantitative study
.... In: XII Kongress MAPRYAL «Russkii yazyk i literatura vo vremeni i prostranstve» [XII Congress of MAPRYAL "Russian language and literature in time and space"]. Shanghai. pp. 431—443 (in Russ.).
Shmelev, A. D., 2014. Common mistake or ... ... to tell one from the other? Notes of the Fatherland [Notes of the Fatherland], 2(59), pp. 274—285 (in Russ.).
addressing, personal name, full personal name, short personal name, statistical methods, corpus linguistics
Krongauz M. A., Piperski A....
The development of the grammaticon of a multicultural language personality
This article defines grammaticon as an integrated part of a multicultural language personality, which includes an inventory of grammatical units and relations between them, as well as the ability to use these grammatical units in real cross-cultural communication. The structure of grammaticon consists of 3 parts: the universal, the ...
Language as a person's achievement and as a self-organizing system
The article explores the basic properties of language as a person’s achievement. The author proceeds from the interpretation of language proposed by L. V. Shcherba and A. A. Zalevskaya, in which language is represented as a socio-personal continuum of linguistic phenomena of different ontology. The ...
Text reinterpretation and the motif of transformation in a short form of Internet poetry
... creativity, or precedent language game in Internet communities (on the example of the community "Powders"). Ural'skii filologicheskii vestnik. Seriya «Yazyk. Sistema. Lichnost': Lingvistika kreativa» [Ural Philological Bulletin. Series “Language. System. Person: Creative Linguistics“], 2 (28), pp. 151—161 (in Russ.).
Shchukina, K. A., 2015. Case Studies in Pies and Powders — New Genres of Modern Internet Poetry. Mir russkogo slova [World of Russian Word], 4, pp. 49—54 (in Russ.).
Immanuel Kant and the problem of communicative constructivism
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11. Spranger E. Wilhelm ...
Action-thoughts and the genesis of time in linguistic semiosis
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Leontiev, A. N., 1975. Activity. Consciousness. Personality [Activity. Consciousness. Personality]. Moscow (in Russ.).
Mach, E., 1975. The Analysis of Sensations. New York.
Maturana, H. R., 1970. Biology of cognition. BCL Report # 9.0. University of Illinois. Urbana, 1970.
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Factors of self-actualization of student youth in the context of cross-cultural interaction and the mastering of a macro-mediator language
... experimentally investigate the nature of cross-cultural interaction in mastering a macro-mediator language in the academic discourse. A scenario of the standardized interview has been used as a method of research. The scenario features various factors of personality self-actualization during mastering macro-mediator language. Among many topics discussed during the interviews, there were the following ones: “Existential orientation towards the present or the past / future”, “Aims and means of activity”, “Solidarity with society as a whole or with a ...
On poetic emotiology in poetry and beyond
... Moscow, pр.87—108 (in Russ.).
Kovtunova, I. I., 1990. Some directions of the evolution of poetic language in the XX century. In: Poeticheskii yazyk i idiostil' [Poetic language and idiostyle]. Moscow, рр. 7—27 (in Russ.).
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The portrait of a dreamer: The problem of language as a sign system of dreams
... Цветкова А. Образы сновидений и символические формы культуры //Слово. ру: балтийский акцент. 2013. № 2. С. 53—62.
dream, psychology, cognitive linguistics, psychoanalysis, language personality, the unconscious.
Berestnev G., Tsvetkova A.
Age-related characteristics of English, American, and Russian compliments
... cultural differences between representatives of the English, American, and Russian national identities are clearly manifested in language. As to intentions, people with a mature English identity gravitate towards politeness, those with mature American identity ... ... linguistic material demonstrates that compliments made by people with a mature age identity differ from those made by younger persons. Younger people are more prone to make compliments in informal communication than persons with mature age identity are....
Pronominal address in Swedish and English
... the use of pronouns for second person reference in English and Swedish in terms of the
two dimensions, power and solidarity, suggested by Brown & Gilman (1960) and the theory of politeness by Brown & Levinson. The history of
expression of esteem by personal pronouns is traced through as well.
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On the Dual Role of the Translator of Poetry and the Division of Roles
... linguistic innovator, a poet, and a linguist. The two latter roles are crucial for translating poetry. Translators of poetry create ‘their own’ texts. It is obvious that they cannot distance themselves completely from their poetic selves and their language personalities. At the same time, translators of poetry must convey the linguistic features of the original. This requires a comparison of the source and target languages and the solving of concrete linguistic problems. In some cases, these functions are ...
History in Transcription and Transcription as History: Charles Bally in Soviet Linguistics
... city. Russkaya rech’ [Russian speech], 3, pp. 61—74.
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29. Orlova, V. G., 1952. Discussion of the book of I. I. Meschaninov “Members ...
The ABC of incidents: On "Notes and Statements" M. by L.Gasparov (second article)
... русской прозе конца ХХ века // Вестник Томского государственного
университета. Сер.: Гуманит. науки (филология). 2005. Вып. 6. С. 75—82.
journalism, author, language personality, creativity, intertextuality, autobiography
Onomastic component of a linguistic identity of a Russian military officer
The article verifies the proposal that the study of the onomastic component makes it possible to reveal more fully the specific of the language personality of the Russian military officer. Theoretical analysis of existing papers results in a generalized concept of a language personality as an image of a bearer of knowledge, models of behavior and reactions, cultural-linguistic and communicative-activity ...
Historical perspective on the word gospoda as a form of address
... Prokshina, Z. G., 2012. When in Rome, do in your linguistic and cultural way: forms of address. Lichnost', Kul'tura. Obshchestvo [Personality. Culture. Society], Vol. XIV, 1 (69—70), pp. 164—173 (in Russ.).
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Lexemes with the stem –БОГ- (GOD) in hagiographic texts of the 15th—17th centuries
... object or a phenomenon of that time, or a polysemantic word. This large group of lexemes consists of the words characterizing a person, an object or a phenomenon on the basis of the following attributes — 'worthy of God's praise, '(not) worthy of praise',... ...
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The linguistic paradigm in Kant studies
... their philosophical content.
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The Russian language in modern Estonia: functioning, learning, features
... features of language policy. The features of diaspora speech are described from the perspective of words and phrases, grammar indicators, language reflection, time, place, features of speech practices, and evaluations. The author considers the influence of language situation on the basic psychological, value-related, and cognitive layers of the linguistic personality.
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Embedding imagology in Translation Studies
... Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. pp. 93—107.
Hřebíčková, M. and Graf, S., 2014. Accuracy of national stereotypes in Central Europe: Outgroups are not better than ingroup in considering personality traits of real people. European Journal of Personality, 28, pp. 60—72.
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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
... tolkovyi slovar' terminov i kontseptsii [Foreign communication science on the eve of the information society: explanatory dictionary of terms and concepts]. Moscow (in Russ.).
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Kuzmina, N. A., 2011. Intertextuality and precedence ...
The linguistic personality of A. V. Makedonov in the epistolary discourse of the 1990s (based on his letters to Margareta O. Thompson held in the archive of the Literary Museum of the Smolensk State University)
... психолингвистики // Вопросы психолингвистики. 2007. № 5. С. 105—110.
5. Хорошая речь / под ред. М. Л. Кормилициной и О. Б. Сиротининой. М., 2009.
Koroleva I. A.
language personality, speech portrait, epistolary discourse, A. V. Makedonov, speech etiquette
The problem of meaning in Social Semiotics: deep semiotics as a conceptual extension of Social Semiotics
... 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 socio-cultural practices. In this paper, I present a model of ... ... structure of social experience objectified into a sign. This structure includes the material form, the referential meaning, and the personal meaning (attitudes and experiences) of the sign. This model describes the levels and dynamics of the assimilation and ...
The Russian language, dialogue of cultures, and F. M. Dostoyevsky
... culture, read a book, watch a move or a play, feel a poem, etc. It is stated that a certain motivation for learning the Russian language can be the increasing interest in the works of F. M. Dostoyevsky.
1. Анненский И. Книга отражений.... ... Literatūrinių ryšių pėdsakais. Vilnius, 1982.
10. Venclova T. Vilniaus vardai. Vilnius, 2006.
dialogue of cultures, motivation, personality and works of F. M. Dostoyevsky, Lithuania, society, literary connection
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 mental states in the language picture of the world. The semantics and history of the words chuvstvo, etmotsiya, and oschuschenie are investigated. It is concluded that the words chuvstvo and chuvstvovat have priority over the other lexical choices.
1. Апресян Ю....
Peculiarities of the English loanwords top-, VIP- functioning in the modern Russian language
... derivative value in the donor language (analytical adjective, prefixoid) or according to the derivational model of the recipient language (radixoid, affixoid, root). It is substantiated that the prepositive component top- acts as a sociopragmatic marker ... ... competitiveness characteristic of the consumer society. Formed from the abbreviation with the meaning "very important person", the prepositive component VIP- is included in numerous derivatives as an element that sets the stratification ...
The philosophical aspects of anagrams
... отношении аналитической психологии к поэтико-художественному творчеству // Проблемы души нашего времени. М., 1993. С. 37—60.
philosophy of language, philosophical discourse, anagram, cognitive linguistics, ritual, taboo, text formation, semantics, irrational, poetic text, personal name
On the structure of anthroponyms and their functioning in the Russian and English languages
... In this survey-based research an attempt is made to demon-strate how the flexibility of anthroponymical models reflects both the represen-tation and perception of an individual in the two cultures, and how communi-cation is handled with the help of personal names’ variations.
1. Березович Е. Л. Русская топонимия в этнолингвистическом аспекте. Екатеринбург, 2000.
2. Берестнев Г. И. Слово, язык и за их пределами....
«Nomen est omen»: the role of names in the novel Parade by Nikolay Kononov
... 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 a number of images: the king of all animals, the cowardly lion, etc. The multilanguage anagrammatic code highlights the connection of the name of the protagonist with the two key concepts ...
Translation of new sociological terminology: challenges and solutions
... ponyatiya, personalii (s anglijskimi ekvivalentami) [Dictionary of the latest sociological terminology: theories, concepts, personalities (with English equivalents)]. Moscow (in Russ.).
Kravchenko, S. A., 2012. Sociologicheskij tolkovyj anglo-russkij ... ... the development of a lexicographic model of the English-language sociological terminology. RUDN Bulletin, series Theory of language, Semiotics, Semantics, 2, pp. 165—174 (in Russ.).
Maiorova-Shcheglova, S., 2011. Sotsiologicheskij tezaurus: problema ...
The Place of Hermann Cohen’s Ideas in the Philosophy of Dialogue
... Cognition. Cohen explains that the origin of the self-consciousness of I as a personality is not the external world, but another person, i.e. Thou. In turn, the partnership relationships between I and Thou create the community We which forms the basis of ... ...
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The creative aspect in the system of creative linguistics
This article is dedicated to the linguistic-didactic potential of the methodologies of creative orientation in foreign language learning aimed at the formation of a creative personality, capable of continuous self-education. The author considers creative didactic methods and techniques.
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On the role of anthroponyms in language and culture
The article deals with the functioning of personal names in Russian and English cultural contexts. The focus is placed on the factors determining the role of the anthroponym ... ... имени собственного. М., 2008.
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Hermeneutics of Guilt in Johannes Bobrowski’s Works
... and novelist Johannes Bobrowski is being considered. His poetology in the most complicated synthesis of antinomic semantics and metrics is being analyzed. The existence of guilt with its exacerbated spirit of his Christian humanity’s eschatological personalism in creative work of Bobrowski is being emphasized. The conclusion about the essential equality of his poetic language and being/nothingness in his understanding is being made.
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A Relation to the Politikal Revolution as a Touchstone for Practical Philosophy
... notions of political revolution and ‘true reform in ways of thinking’ neglecting the fact that, without a ‘falling off of personal despotism and of avaricious or tyrannical oppression’, it is impossible to achieve a ‘true reform in ways of thinking’ ... ... taugt aber nicht für die Praxis]. In: Kant, I. Sobranie sochinenii na nemetskom i russkom yazykakh [Works on German and Russian languages], ed. by B. Tuschling, N. W. Motroschilowa. Vol. 1. Moscow.
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Digital World Communication аnd Translation
... Humanities. Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell.
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Strukov, V., 2014. The (im)personal connection: computational systems and (post-)Soviet cultural history. In: M. S. Gorham, I. Lunde and M. Paulsen, eds. Digital Russia: The language, culture and politics of new media communication, London: Routledge. pp. 11—33.
Van Dijck, J., 2013. The Culture of Connectivity. A Critical History of Social Media. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Wiberg, M., 2018. The Materiality of Interaction....
The alphabet of happenstance. On M. L. Gasparov’s Notes and excerpts. Pt. 1.
... Степанова И. М. Филологический роман как «промежуточная словесность» в русской прозе конца ХХ века // Вестник ТГПУ. 2005. № 6. С. 75—82.
journalism, author, language personality, autobiography, genre synthesis, scientific discourse, term system
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 ... ... works, which he obtained in post-war Odessa with the help of E. Cassirer and B. Strauss. The article stresses the need to study personal archives of philosophers in order to establish the ideational sources of their concepts and reconstruct their intellectual ...
Outside of all dimension: the motive complex of impersonality in Yegor Letov's poetics
The article explores the motive complex of impersonality in Yegor Letov's poetics as a unity of stable figurative series and typical strategies of poetic language. Confirmation-overcoming of the borders of I is an existential conflict, which is one of the most important constants of Yegor Letov's personal poetic ontology.
1. Авилова Е.Р. Телесность как основная универсалия авангардной модели мира (на примере творчества Егора Летова) // Русская ...
Linguistic Means of achieving coherence in the regional certifycation documentation in the middle of the 18th century
... text. The certificates are characterized by a specific means of cohesion — the repetition of the names of the responsible persons in the initial and final paragraphs of the document. The specificity of the certificates textual modality makes them focused ... ... области. Ф. 332 (Михайловский станичный атаман). Оп. 1. Д. 1—9.
Gerasimova I. S.
the Russian language, history of official language, regional documents, text, genre, cohesion
I. Kant in the development of N. O. Lossky’s philosophical views: The case of a translation
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Imposture as a problem of reference: semiotics of the name in Boris Godunov
... 2020a. Filosofiya postupka: samoopredelenie lichnosti v sovremennom obshchestve [Philosophy of action: self-determination of personality in modern society]. St. Petersburg (in Russ.).
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Emotional and receptive-axiological aspects of the speech act of threat in everyday conflict communication in Russian
... pp. 31—36 (in Russ.).
Plotnikova, A. M., 2017. Linguocreative mechanisms for constructing a speech act "threat". Ural'skii filologicheskii vestnik. Ser.: Yazyk. Sistema. Lichnost': Lingvistika kreativa [Ural philological bulletin. Ser.: Language. System. Personality: Linguistics of creativity], 2, pp. 81—88 (in Russ.).
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Language specificity of Franz Kafka’s non-fiction texts
The characteristic features of non-fictional texts by F. Kafka are 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....
The Name of Prophet Abraham in the Old Russian Literature of XI—XIII centuries
... Abraham's name occurs less often and mostly in the episode of the liberation of Lot from captivity, and in the description of his personal qualities, such as his hospitality. Formulas are always built into rhetorical constructions such as additions, and the ... ... 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,...
Alchemic symbols as a means of psychoanalytical description in N. Kononov's story «Source of Injury»
... the psyche abiding behind the momentary consciousness. Although the narrative is evidently about a mental illness, a split personality in the state of psychosis, it still structures past events and their analytical understanding, leading to their ... ... 162—168 (in Russ.).
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The Book of Life in the hermeneutics of Johann Georg Hamann
... hermeneutics, the fate of ontology is a function of the quality of reading since its dialogical nature directly determines a person’s special hermeneutic responsibility towards all that exists. In being the Book of Life, all that exists communicates ... ... Metapher. Zur Hermeneutik religiöser Sprache. Munich: Kaiser.
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герменевтика, книга, автор, читатель, онтология, диалог,...