All-Russian academic journal
“Issues of Cognitive Linguistics”



Author:  Bredikhin, S.N.

Affiliation:  North-Caucasus Federal University

Abstract:  The article views the phenomenon of philosophizing as a specific type of discourse, which uses the metalanguage of the third level of abstraction to verbalize the process of thinking. The main conditions of sense derivation within textual reality and its correlation with objective reality are situatedness, subjectivity, noemativeness, modality and intentionality, which also serve as special structural links within meta-units of sense derivation and sense decoding processes. The constants of producer/recipient are involved in the analysis of “schemes of acting” as knot elements of sense superstructure.
In the paper the author discusses the possibility of a new approach to the analysis of philosophic sense derivation when conceptualizing ideas. The sense superconstruction is considered as a hierarchical structure of relevant intentional noems, the smallest quanta of multidimensional and many-sided sense. We describe principles of phenomenological and noematic reflection as a basis for sense-decoding, interpretation and derivation at the level of intuition, the third level of abstraction.
Sense derivation models are closely connected with the use of correct intent techniques in phenomenological philological reflection verbalized by signs and symbols / linguistic units, texts – mental constructs; this causes the birth of proto- and meta-sense, a new formation in the semantic structure of a philosophic text.
A new methodological approach, which we called a philological phenomenological hermeneutics, is an attempt to organize methodological apparatus of cognitive linguistics, phenomenology and herme-neutics, and build a more coherent concept of sense.
The studying appears an important step towards the creation of reasonable, sound and universal sense theory of philosophic discourse for different cultures; we hope the results of the research can be helpful for revealing common principles of text creation, working out the classification of transformational models of the rethinking superstructure and introducing original philosophic concepts.

Keywords:  hermeneutical conception, «schemes of acting», philosophical discourse, sense superstructure transformation, sense derivation, phenomenological reflection, situatedness, subjectivity, noemativeness, modality, intentionality

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