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Features of the modern process of differentiation of sense and meaning in communication
Polina Stanislavovna Volkova1, Evgeniya Sergeevna Orekhova2, Natalya Ryafikovna Saenko3,
Lyudmila Vladimirovna Trofimova4, & Alena Gennadevna Barova5
1,2Krasnodar Higher Military School named after the General of the Army S. M. Shtemenko, Russian Federation
3 Moscow Polytechnic University, Moscow, Russian Federation
4,5 Elabuga Institute of Kazan Federal University, Russian Federation
Language’s dual nature as a system is proved—relevant (individual information system) and virtual nature (individual conceptual system). The use of creolized discourse has shown that operating a language at the level of an information system puts an individual as a passive consumer of the available values (the given). On the contrary, operating a language at the level of a conceptual system provides an individual with the status of a creative person who initiates the birth of sense (the created). It is proved that if a language as an information system can function irrespective of a conceptual system, the actualization of a language as a conceptual system is impossible without an information system within which it is found. It is argued that, in contrast to meaning, which, being objective (rational) is subject to arbitrary subjectivity during use, due to the emotional valency of a word, sense appears as an intersubjective phenomenon, marked by the unity of emotional and rational, non-verbal and verbal, internal and external.
Keywords: Dual nature, language system, conceptual system, information system, meaning, postmodern poetry, sense
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Polina Stanislavovna Volkova is a Professor of the Russian Language in the Department of the Krasnodar Higher Military School named after the General of the Army S.M. Shtemenko, Russia. Dr. Volkova’s research interests are language in the aspect of interpretation and reinterpretation.
Evgeniya Sergeevna Orekhova is a Lecturer of the Russian Language in the Department of the Krasnodar Higher Military School named after the General of the Army S.M. Shtemenko, Russia. Evgenia Sergeevna’s scientific interests include meaning and significance, the concept of “military honor” in the context of intercultural communication.
Natalya Ryafikovna Saenko is a Professor in the Department of Humanities at Moscow Polytechnic University, Russian Federation. Dr. Saenko Natalya is engaged in the philosophy of modern culture, the theory, and the history of conceptualism, semiotics, and hermeneutics of a literary text.
Lyudmila Vladimirovna Trofimova is a senior Lecturer in the Department of German Philology, Foreign Languages faculty at the Elabuga Institute of Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, Yelabuga, Russia. Her research focuses on the problems of modern Austrian literature, in particular on the features of the poetics of the works of the Austrian writer Barbara Frischmuth
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