Language and religion Mechkovskaya NB

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Language and religion
as the first modeling systems
human consciousness
Historical introduction: the peoples, languages \u200b\u200band religions on the world map, past and present
1. The language, religion and related "measure" of humanity
2. Prehistory
1. In each village - your language
2. Basic forms of mythological-religious worldview: universal cult of the Mother Goddess, animism, totemism, fetishism, shamanism, polytheism (mono) theism
3. The primitive fideism and language: some similarities in the structure of the content
3. States and the early Middle Ages
1. The supra-ethnic religions
2. The prophetic and apostolic languages
4. New time
1. Secularization and flourishing ethnic literary languages
2. Is language an obligatory sign of ethnicity?
3. Ethnicity and religious affiliation
4. confessional identity in the States
Two pictures of the world: the language semantics and mythological-religious consciousness
5. Psychological structure of linguistic and religious consciousness
1. Methodological excursus about the benefits of semiotics
2. Linguistic value: between ideas and concepts
3. The variety of forms of religious knowledge (images, logic and irrationalism, mysticism)
6. "know" about the world languages?
7. The content of the religious-mythological world picture
8. Terminology digression: the terms of the limits of mythological and religious awareness
9. Language and religion in the structure of social consciousness
Language, religion and people's mentality
10. Affects whether the language in the culture? The ideas of von Humboldt and AA Potebni
11. supra-ethnic character of religions
12. Religion as a factor of cultural and psychological identity of the peoples
Fideistic related to the word
Unconditional perception of the mark as a precondition and primary element of verbal magic
13. Magic ("The spell"), the function of language and nonconventional (unconditional) related to the mark
14. The magic word holiness and beauty (the proximity of fideistic and aesthetic)
The word ritual
15. The ritual as a unity fideistic actions and words
16. ancient: the ritual myth or language?
17. Why is the language of durable ritual?
Mythology speech
18. River - the oldest way of speech
19. Mythology name
20. From the word - will be? (Folklore of the magic of the name)
21. Lexical and phraseological evidence of verbal magic
22. taboos and euphemisms
Myths about the letter and the magic letters
23. Creators of the letter: the gods, heroes, saints
24. Sacralization letters religion scriptures
25. Mysticism and magic letters
26. Some consequences of worship writing: spelling strife
27. Another consequence of the cult of the letter: alphabet as an element of heraldry
Communication in the mythological and religious practice
28. Features fideistic communication
29. Genres "prophetic" words
Fideistic chat
and the history of folklore genres
Myths and Folklore
30. The distinction between mythology and folklore
31. "Predmify": archetypal structure of consciousness doyazykovye
32. Dynamics of the mythological and artistic (aesthetic) began in folklore
33. From the mythological epic in folk tales of heroes
34. From the sacred knowledge to the old wives' tale
The plot: a step into another world
35. As a start to cast? (Psychological mechanisms of fascination)
36. Who performs magic and who faces conspiracy?
37. The best time for witchcraft
38. Verbal keys and master keys, poultices and potions
39. Folk etymology as an instrument of magic
40. Schitalki and other descendants of folklore plots
Evolution of communicatively-informative features puzzles
41. The ancient mysteries as a mythological Catechism
42. didactic value of question-answer presentation
43. The


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