A Königsberg society of friends without Kant
... Kant’s friends have been known since the times of his first biographers and other contemporaries. However, there were other communities of friends in Königsberg. Gathering friends at a dining table for the purpose of intellectual communication became a tradition in Königsberg in the 17th/18th centuries. This tradition created a sub-system of creative communication and leisure bringing together both nobility and aristocracy and ordinary curious citizens. The reasons behind this phenomenon were the geographical,...
Origins and beginnings. The Livonian Rhymed Chronicle as a reference point for literature in the Teutonic Order
... development of corporate identity in the Teutonic Order.
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Synergy character of the category "author" as an object of linguistic interpretation
The article dwells on the particularities of the author’s speech activity in a fictional text as a part the narrative discourse, the interpretative category of author being discussed in the logics of synergetics. In this synergetic mode, the most characteristic manifestations of the actualization in the text structure of synergetic interaction between two anthropocentric functional-semantic narrative systems — the "primary" (author — reader — interpreter-critic) and the "secondary"...