Modern Approaches To The Study Of Author's Motility In The Artistic Text

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Linguistic Studies
Volume 41, 2021, pp. 
154-162

Modern Approaches To The Study Of Author's Motility In The Artistic Text

Hrabovych Mariia

Article first published online: May 01, 2021 


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Hrabovych Mariia, Master’s Degree of  Secondary Education, Assistant lecturer of Department of Foreign Languages,  PhD Student at Vasyl` Stus Donetsk National University. Her areas of re¬search interests include cognitive linguistics, comparative linguistics and text linguistics.Correspondencegmv78492@gmail.com

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Hrabovych, M. Modern Approaches To The Study Of Author's Motility In The Artistic Text [Text] // Linhvistychni Studiyi / Linguistic Studies : collection of scientific papers / Vasyl' Stus 
Donetsk National University; Ed. by Anatoliy Zahnitko. Vinnytsia : Vasyl' Stus DonNU, 2021. Vol. 41. Pp. 154-162. ISBN 966-7277-88-7

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.31558/1815-3070.2021.41.15

Publication History:

Volume first published online: May 01, 2021
Article received: March 20, 2021, accepted: April 03, 2021 and first published online: May 01, 2021

Annotation.

Розглянуто сучасні погляди на явище авторської моторики як необхідної складової кон-цептуалізації знань про світ художнього твору. Встановлено, що авторська моторика є наслідком сенсорного сприйняття світу і є безпосередньо пов’язаною з феноменом життя як такого. З’ясовано, що авторська моторика є вищим ступенем елементарних фізіологічних проявів життя. Окреслено характерні риси різних типів метафор, виникнення яких обумов¬леною впливом авторської моторики. Особливу увагу приділено невербальним засобам комунікації, що являють собою зовнішню моторику функціонального базису мови. 

Keywords: language situation, language policy, native language, modern philosophy of multi-linguistics, post-national world.



Abstract.

MODERN APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF AUTHOR'S MOTILITY IN THE ARTISTIC TEXT 

Mariia Hrabovych

Department of Foreign Languages, Vasyl’ Stus Donetsk National University, Vinnytsia, Ukraine

Abstract

Background: The introduction of the concept of author’s motor skills in a literary text is the result of multidisciplinary research, intensified during the second half of the 20th and beginning of the 21st centuries. These studies, starting from the general biological idea of motility as a property of the reaction of living organisms to external stimuli, are increasingly dealing with purely philological problems such as metaphorology and author's sensory.

Purpose: The purpose of the analysis is to analyze modern views on the phenomenon of au-thor’s motility.

Results: Author's motility is understood as the necessary reaction of the author-recipient to those phenomena of sensory experience that are due to the specifics of focalization. Here we are faced with complex psychological and philosophical phenomenon of author’s reaction to the appeal to spe¬cific manifestations of mental and physiological sensitivity presented at different levels of the literary text. Motility is a phenomenon that characterizes the activity of living organisms at all levels of their ontogenetic development and concerns, above all, their biological functionality. The author's motility is the highest degree of elementary physiological manifestations of life. In this biological aspect mo¬tility has been studied by many scientists and scientific schools over the last half century.

The genesis of different types of metaphors is in one way or another due to the influence of the author's motility, because it regulates the reactions of the organism and, ultimately, consciousness to the action of the external world. In our opinion, metaphor is the most striking example of the work of the author's motility. Emotions in the process of communication perform a regulatory function, which consists, for example, in coordinating the sequence of sounding of certain expressive expressions. Each emotion has its own external expression, through which a person informs his communication partner about his condition. Mutual understanding during communication is facilitated by a whole range of expressive components of speech: intonation, rhythm, tempo, pauses, raising and lowering the voice. NVMC (non-verbal means of communication) can perform all the basic functions of lan¬guage signs, i.e. actually replace the text. Such substitutions naturally lead to certain deformations of the semantic-syntactic textual whole; if its averbal component is not perceived simultaneously with the verbal part of the message, a semantic "gape" which violates the supra-phrase inside unity is revealed. 

Discussion: The introduction of the concept of authorial motility in the literary text is a conse-quence of multidisciplinary research, which intensified during the second half of the XX - early XXI centuries. These studies, starting from the general biological idea of motility as a property of the response of living organisms to external stimuli, increasingly address such purely philological prob¬lems as metaphor and authorial sensory. The prospects for further studying of the problem are seen in a more detailed and comprehensive study of the aspects of author’s motility in the textual world of modern English, Ukrainian and German literary works.

Keywords: author's motility, sensory, metaphor, non-verbal means of communication.

Vitae

Mariia Hrabovych Master’s Degree of  Secondary Education, Assistant lecturer of Department of Foreign Languages,  PhD Student at Vasyl` Stus Donetsk National University. Her areas of re¬search interests include cognitive linguistics, comparative linguistics and text linguistics.

Correspondence: gmv78492@gmail.com



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List of Abbreviations 

NVMC: non-verbal means of communication