The Emergence of Discourse: Rational Convergent Interpretation

By Bogatkina, Margarita G.; Mantashashvili, Magdana Z. | Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict, January 1, 2016 | Go to article overview

The Emergence of Discourse: Rational Convergent Interpretation


Bogatkina, Margarita G., Mantashashvili, Magdana Z., Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict


INTRODUCTION

One of the major problems of modern philology involves the study of the dialogical nature of artistic discourses and the processes of their creation and perception, understanding the causes of redundancy works of art. This problem is studied in research in various aspects: structural-semiotic (Barthes R.L, 1985, p.368), psychoanalytic (Lacan J. Ecrits, 1966, p.924), cultural (Foucault M. L, 1976, p. 275), etc. However, in the modern post non-classical scientific paradigm, the study of emergent, redundant nature of journalistic discourse is possible from the standpoint of convergent methodology, which involves the justification of the multidisciplinary theoretical approaches and specific methodological techniques to examine the potential inexhaustibility of discursive practices. The convergent approach allows us to prove, first of all, the reasons for the formation of the potential redundancy of discourse. For clarification of these reasons, it is advisable to rely on methodological principles of the theory of reflection, the concept of the unconscious and synergy.

METHODS

Traditional, classic paradigm of literary criticism has been focused on the study of conscious poetic construction of the text. Non-classical paradigm shifts the emphasis of the reader who designs the text itself in accordance with the content of its shortcut potential. In the result the concept of literary discourse was formed. This installation that reveals the dialogic nature of discourse, became the basis for understanding the effect of its emergence. The study of the redundancy of the text - the focus of modern methods and techniques: New criticism (Brooks C., 1987, p. 82), Deconstruction (Derrida J., 1976, p. 396), Receptive aesthetics (Iser W., 1970, p. 38).

Firstly, each approach focuses on the study of a specific aspect of the general problem, so disputes and disagreements between the supporters of the given concept are arisen. Secondly, different answers to the question - how does it form, how do the emergent potential of the discourse function. Aside the question remained, why does it occur. The reason, in our opinion, in fear of the deterministic approaches that are characteristic of non-classical worldview with its fears of so-called totalitarianism in any area of human practice. However, the modern situation of post-nonclassical picture of the world returns us to the atmosphere needs increasing degrees of certainty in scientific research. In this regard, we formulate the problem of the article: 1) to offer a methodological variant of interpretation of discourse, which allows to consider, first of all, the reasons for the formation of the emergency effect in the functioning of the journalistic texts.2) To answer the question it is necessary to go to wider scientific context in the area of convergence. Psychological theory of the unconscious, the philosophical theory of reflection of reality in art and synergetic principles of self-organization of the studied phenomena performed in that respect feature sufficient basis on which to create an integrative method of disclosure of the redundancy of artistic discourse. As a concrete example suggests that the novel of Yuri Trifonov "Exchange", which is generated multivalued predictive potential.

RESULTS

In understanding the mechanisms of reflection of reality in art it is necessary to allocate two levels of this process - knowledge and reflection. Cognition relates to the conscious creative activity of the author in the process of creating literary texts, the reflection, the phenomenon is more complex, includes the broader, objective understanding of the essence perceive the phenomena (Anokhin, P. K., 1970). To reflect in their texts the author can do much more than you wanted to know. Disclosure of the reasons for this effect will help the emergence of mechanisms of unconscious creative activity of the author, in particular, the concept of "background" perception of the phenomena of the world (Grigolava, V. …

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