RESPECTUS PHILOLOGICUS

ISSN 1392-8295 (Print), 2335-2388 (Online)

Respectus Philologicus Nr. 25 (30) EN

I. PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS

Dušan Stamenković, Austin Bennett, Mihailo Antović (Serbia / USA). The Roles of Vision, Space, and The Body in Interpreting Unfamiliar Serbian and English Idiomatic Expressions

Marina Gutovskaya (Belarus). The Phraseological Semantic Field in a Contrastive Linguo-Cognitive Study: Directions and Method of Research

Marek Ruszkowski (Poland). Types of Variantivity in the Polish Language

II. FACTS AND REFLECTIONS

Anastasija Belovodskaja (Lithuania). Network Folklore and its Role in the Formation of a Collective Cognitive Space

Natalia Kovtun (Russia). The Method of Artistic Mystification in Ransmayr’s Novel "The Last World"

Michał Mazurkiewicz (Poland). American Sport and the Sports Heroes of the Roaring Twenties

Ecevit Bekler (Turkey). The True Face of Pre-colonial Africa in "Things Fall Apart"

Jane Mattisson (Sweden). Supervising in English: the Doctoral Thesis, Professor / Student Discourse, and Social Practice

Oleg Grinbaum (Russia). Issues of Verse Theory: Aesthetic Categories and the Poetic Text

Piotr Zbróg (Poland). Effects of Fluid Modernity on the Language Culture of Professional Communication

Joanna Szadura (Poland). The Conceptualization of a Week in the Contemporary Polish Language

Dovilė Kulakauskienė (Lithuania). Memory Passing and Identity Formation: Generational Narratives in Vilkyškiai

Simona Siderevičiūtė (Lithuania). Science Fiction in Historical and Cultural Literary Discourse

Oleg Leszczak (Poland). On the Social and Empirical Nature of I. Kant’s Transcendental Anthropocentrism: the Essence and Location of “Human Nature”

Maryna Aloshyna (Ukraine). Comparative Analysis of the Reproduction of Style in Ukrainian, Russian, and Polish Translations of “Tom Sawyer” and “Huckleberry Finn”

Tatiana Jankowska (Poland). Between Nature and Culture: C. Lévi-Strauss’s Structural Analysis of Myth in the Light of Semiotics

III. OPINION

Kazimierz Luciński (Poland). On the Process of Borrowing: a Comparative Analysis of the Use of ‚Monitoring‘ in Russian And Polish 

IV. SENSITIVE ISSUES

Audronė Rimkutė (Lithuania). The “Arm’s Length” Principle in Lithuanian Cultural Policy 

V. OUR TRANSLATIONS

John R. Taylor (Naujoji Zelandija). Kalba mąstyme 

VI. SCIENTIFIC LIFE CHRONICLE

Yuri Shatin (Russia)

Inesa Šeškauskienė. KESSLER, Stephan, 2013. Theories of Metaphor Revised. Berlin: Logos Verlag. 150 pp.

Julia Ostanina-Olszewska. ŠEŠKAUSKIENĖ, Inesa, 2013. Ways with Words: Insights into the English Lexicon and Some Cross-Linguistic Aspects of Study. Vilnius: Vilnius University Publishing House. 464 p. ISBN 978-609-459-199-0

Viktorija Makarova (Lithuania)

Aleksandras Krasnovas (Lithuania)

VII. REQUIREMENTS FOR PUBLICATION

Reikalavimai straipsniams/Zasady opracowywania publikacji/Requirements for publication 

VIII. OUR AUTHORS

 

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