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“ЕSPRESSIONE” ТА “ESPRESSIVA” В ЛІНГВІСТИЧНО-ЕСТЕТИЧНІЙ КОНЦЕПЦІЇ Б. КРОЧЕ: МЕТАМОРФОЗИ ПЕРЕКЛАДУ ТА ІНТЕРПРЕТАЦІЇ (“Еspressióne” and “espressiva” in В. Croce’s linguistic and aesthetic concepts: metamorphosis of the translation and the interpretation )

Свінціцька, О. (Svintsitska H.) (2013) “ЕSPRESSIONE” ТА “ESPRESSIVA” В ЛІНГВІСТИЧНО-ЕСТЕТИЧНІЙ КОНЦЕПЦІЇ Б. КРОЧЕ: МЕТАМОРФОЗИ ПЕРЕКЛАДУ ТА ІНТЕРПРЕТАЦІЇ (“Еspressióne” and “espressiva” in В. Croce’s linguistic and aesthetic concepts: metamorphosis of the translation and the interpretation ). Наукові записки. Серія “Філософія”, Вип.13. pp. 146-152.

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Встановлено неадекватність перекладу поняття “espressióne” у праці Б. Кроче “Estetica come scienza dell`espressióne e lingvistica generale” в значенні “вираження”, яке побутує на сьогодні у вітчизняній науковій думці як певна “калька” з російського перекладу 1920 року. Наголошено на доцільності використання поняття експресії при перекладі “espressióne” українською мовою, як найбільш адекватного крочевському розумінню суті цього феномену (Author found inadequate of the translation at the espressióne’s concept in B. Croce’s “Estetica come scienza dell` espressióne e lingvistica generale” as “expression”, which is used today in the Ukrainian science as tactlessness adoption from the Russian 1920 year’s translation. The analysis of concepts “expression” and “expression” gives grounds to assert that V. Yakovenko was carried inadequate translation the espressióne’s concept by B. Croce (“espressione”). It has a much broader meaning than just expression. It is not taken into account semantic satiation of the espressióne’s concept by B. Croce (“espressione”). As translation the espressióne’s concept by B. Croce (“espressione”), it would be given the word “expressiveness” (expression of feelings, emotions, etc., using words, sounds, colors, etc.) which has a more large volume than the notion “expression” (the presentation of thought or sound aspects of the sign). There is the distinction between expression and impression in the Roman languages. They focus on external factors influence of human sensuality and inner, subjectively, unique aspect of person’s determination. Author proposes to use as a translation the notion of “expressiveness”. In Croce’s aesthetic concept were used two phenomenons: identification (expression) and expressiveness. The first phenomenon was used to describe processuality actions, verbal intonation, personified-unique information, and the second was used to describe the internal state of a person who is closely associated with her intuition. In science the concept of expressiveness should be considered also as intuitive assessment of human events, phenomenon or facts that has personal character and captures of person’s emotional attitude which is various in aspects of the human life. B. Croce gave attention to the importance of intuition in human existence. There is no manifestation of identity as spiritual activity and vice versa without intuition in structure and components or factual sense. Intuition is the expressiveness in the form of person’s external expression by Croce’s aesthetic concept. Author found the necessity of using the notion of expressiveness in the translation of the espressióne’s idea by B. Croce into Ukrainian language that Croce’s concept not be distorted)

Item Type: Article
Corporate Creators: Житомирський державний університет імені І. Франка
Uncontrolled Keywords: естетика, експресія, вираження, інтуїтивне пізнання, експресивне пізнання (aesthetics, expression, expressiveness, intuitive knowledge, expressive knowledge)
Subjects: by fields of science > General issues of linguistics and literature
by fields of science > Philosophy
Навчальні матеріали та презентації
Divisions: The College of Humanities > The Department of Cultural Studies and Philosophy
Depositing User: Пров. б-р Наталя Денисенко
Date Deposited: 23 May 2013 13:55
Last Modified: 23 May 2013 13:55
URI: http://eprints.oa.edu.ua/id/eprint/1950

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