Автор и вдохновение в индийской классической культуре.

Е.А. Десницкая

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http://elibrary.ru/item.asp?id=21658202 The existence of semantic relation was postulated in Katyayana’s Varttika (3 B.C.E.), which served a key-stone for the further development of Indian language philosophy. However in different Sanskrit texts (Tantras, the Nirukta, works on ritual and poetics) the existence of semantic relation had been denied explicitly. This paper considers specific characteristics of extralinguistic kinds of activities that stipulated the genesis of these texts and elicits the reasons why their authors rejected to use ordinary language, for the sake of establishing new semantic relations.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationНаука, образование, общество: тенденции и перспективы: Сборник научных трудов по материалам Международной научно- практической Часть II.
PublisherООО "АР-Консалт"
Pages170 стр., 27-31
ISBN (Print)978-5-906353-76-4
StatePublished - 2014

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