REPOZYTORIUM UNIWERSYTETU
W BIAŁYMSTOKU
UwB

Proszę używać tego identyfikatora do cytowań lub wstaw link do tej pozycji: http://hdl.handle.net/11320/8060
Tytuł: Logos - filozofia słowa. Szkice o pograniczach języka, filozofii i literatury
Inne tytuły: Logos – the philosophy of the word. Essays about the boundaries of language, philosophy and literature
Redaktor(rzy): Andruczyk, Krzysztof
Gorlewska, Ewa
Korotkich, Krzysztof
Słowa kluczowe: logos
język
flozofia
Data wydania: 2017
Data dodania: 11-lip-2019
Wydawca: Instytut Filologii Polskiej, Wydział Filologiczny, Uniwersytet w Białymstoku
Seria: Białostocka Kolekcja Filologiczna. Studia;nr 2
Konferencja: II Konferencja Naukowa „Słowozofia”, Białystok, 27 maja 2015
Abstrakt: This post-conference publication contains articles associated by their main theme, which is the word - is meanings, transformations, functions. Authors of individual texts this monograph is composed of present various dimensions of the word and the multitude of it functions in various environments: social, literature (poetry, prose, translations), law, and science. Thematic section of the first part of this publication encompasses texts referring to the issues of linguistics. Jolanta Doschek presents the aspects of the grammar of the Polish poetic language and its relation to other languages. Beata Piecychna carries out a detailed analysis of translation hermeneutics and cogni-tive translation theory, then compares similarities between these trends. The author indicates that despite criticism hermeneutics receives from translators, it is an equally valuable translation tool as the popular cognitive theory. Aleksandra Kowalewska-Buraczewska examines the methods of expressing negation. She presents various linguistic indicators of negation, while referring to studies from this other fields, like philosophy and logic. Kamila Wincewicz presents the environmental metaphors used in Piotr Skarga’s Eight sermons before the Sejm. The author analyses the rhetorical texts (preaching) for their suggestiveness related to usage of nature-related metaphors. Zuzanna Maria Danowska presents the results of her own surveys concerning the way of calling family members and describing family relations. The text contains a representation of a rich and varied lexical material, an evidence for multitude of attitudes towards family members. Anetta Bogusława Strawińska examined the linguistic methods for image-building presented in internet fashion and lifestyle guides. The author presented the methods for manipulating one’s image and self-promotion. The linguistic section is concluded with an article of Ewa Gorlewska dedicated to names of constitutional universal values. Textual meanings of these terms were compared with their common understanding. Part two contains articles focusing on literary and literary-related topics. Anna Kazimierczak-Kucharska analysed selected Dialogues of Plato and used them to distinguish the methods Socrates used to hold talks. The author stresses that these methods were both didactical and epistemological in nature, their goal was to teach his interlocutors how to reach the true knowledge. Roman Walde-mar Rynkowski analysed a number of variants of one of Juliusz Słowacki’s poems (Genesis from the Spirit). The researcher highlights the phenomenon of the philosophy of Genesis and mystical experiences through analysing the language of this mysterious work of art. Article by Daria Trela focuses on intertextual project of Harold Bloom. It presents a manner of understanding what are the word, the meaning, the interpretation from the point of view of a literary critic. On the other hand, Teresa Radziewicz presents relations between poetry and image. She describes a unique correspondence between the arts, the process of the word and its artistic representation mutually complementing each other. The article by Piotr Białomyzy concluding the second thematic section concerns the mysterious protagonist of the Gravity Fall animated series, Billy Cipher. The author presents numerous linguistic peculiarities forming a kind of a personal idiolect of Bill Cipher, and portray this character with use of references to phi-losophy, science and conspiracy theories. The last, third part is the most varied in terms of subjects of articles. Ange-lika Małek presents the terms Logos and Sophia (describing the Christ) in relation to feminist theology. The author stresses that an important part of the process of interpretation of reality is carried out through the language – its grammar and semantics. Linguistic analysis of words Logos and Sophia leads to the conclusion that their meaning has a significant impact on anthropology of theology and the order of social roles in the religious space. Magdalena Ickiewicz-Sawicka carries out an analysis of the terms genocide, ethnic cleansing, massacre, pogrom against the backdrop of the Balkan conflict. On this basis, she comes to the conclusion that the manner these terms are defined significantly impacts the assessment (also legal) of the phenomena they describe. Karol Więch presents the language of the new media in the context of cultural changes that took place due to de-velopment of digital media. Jerzy Białomyzy presents the ways of using games in the course of scholarly education. He points out the possibilities and dangers usage of such didactic measures may bring. The author provokes an important discussion about responsibility of game designers for young users and the knowledge passed on through the plot of the game. Joanna Łapińska reflects on the limits of science (scientific cognition) and its ties to intuitive means of cognition. She notes that despite of vast possibilities the language of science allows for, human cognition is limited, among others, by cultural taboos, fear of knowledge and the need for safety. The last article, by Łukasz Gomułka focuses on the problems related with defining the term “logos”. Definition-related limitations impede the human’s quest for knowledge. Chaos in communication (linguistic ambiguities) impacts what and to what extent can we learn. The multitude of research contexts establishes a holistic approach to the is-sues related to the word and manners of its usage, thus provoking an interdisci-plinary discussion about it.
Afiliacja: Krzysztof Andruczyk - Wydział Filologiczny, Uniwersytet w Białymstoku
Ewa Gorlewska - Wydział Filologiczny, Uniwersytet w Białymstoku
Krzysztof Korotkich- Wydział Filologiczny, Uniwersytet w Białymstoku
Sponsorzy: Publikacja sfinansowana ze środków Wydziału Filologicznego UwB
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11320/8060
ISBN: 978-83-86064-46-5
ISSN: 245-1913
Typ Dokumentu: Book
Występuje w kolekcji(ach):II Konferencja Naukowa "Słowozofia", 27 maja 2015
Materiały konferencyjne (WFil)

Pliki w tej pozycji:
Plik Opis RozmiarFormat 
Logos_filozofia_slowa.pdfMonografia pokonferencyjna4,4 MBAdobe PDFOtwórz
Pokaż pełny widok rekordu Zobacz statystyki


Pozycje w RUB są chronione prawem autorskim, z zastrzeżeniem wszelkich praw, chyba że zaznaczono inaczej.