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Structuralism: linguistic and philosophical

M.J. Kuparashvili
80,00 Р

UDC 1:81-116

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.09-20.092      

 

M.J. Kuparashvili is Dr.Sci. (Philosophy), Prof. at Omsk State University n.a. F.M. Dostoevsky e-mail: kuparashvili@rambler.ru

 

Researched is the theme of linguistic and philosophical content of structuralism. Researches show, that modernism is not the basis of post-modernism, that their belonging to the category of non-classical have no common features and are rather diametrically opposed. Hence, the question of the origin of post-modernism as an epoch-making worldview remains open. If it is not some reaction to modernity, what does it grow out of? Presented article tries to bring some clarity as into this problem, and is being devoted to clarify direct foundations of postmodernism, which in the history of philosophy were formed very vaguely and are most often identified with structuralism.

Key word: modern, postmodern, language, speech, sound, the principle of linguistics, the principle of structure, thought, meaning, semiotics.

 

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