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A. V. Rybchak
A. V. Rybchak
Saint Petersburg State Mining Institute (Technical University)
Saint Petersburg State Mining Institute (Technical University)
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The russian literature in modern educational space
  • Date submitted
    2016-11-30
  • Date published
    2011-05-01

Semiotics protagonist in modern prose

The article analyzes some of the works of contemporary writers from Russia, Italy, Canada, Norway, England and Germany. We consider the situation of the main characters of these works. Applied semiotic method. Revealed the mechanisms and strategies of the protagonists of modern prose. The conclusion is made that the struggle between two trends (psychedelic and absurdity) in contemporary literature and illusory as the superior quality of its protagonists, is being occurred.

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A. V. Rybchak (2011) Semiotics protagonist in modern prose. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 193. p. 195.
Philosophy and history of science, culture and education
  • Date submitted
    2016-12-15
  • Date published
    2010-03-01

Apologia of asceticism in ancient roman literature

This issue traces the development of asceticism idea in ancient Rome independently of Christianity influence. The will to asceticism traces from pre-Christian times by the examples of ancient Rome literature. So, that main Christian ideas was formed under antique influence is taken for granted.

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A. V. Rybchak (2010) Apologia of asceticism in ancient roman literature. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 187. p. 221.
Philosophy and history of science, culture and education
  • Date submitted
    2016-12-15
  • Date published
    2010-03-01

Provocation as pedagogical method of human sciences

This issue proclaims provocation as the most effective pedagogical method conformably to human sciences. Social and pedagogical provocations are compared. Different pedagogical methods are taken up. 

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A. V. Rybchak (2010) Provocation as pedagogical method of human sciences. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 187. p. 225.