Kalashnikov S.B. LINGUISTIC THEORY AND THE GOVERNMENT IDEOLOGY IN THE RUSSIAN CULTURE OF THE 18th CENTURY

Kalashnikov Sergey Borisovich

Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of Literature, Publishing and Literary Creation, Volgograd State University ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )


Abstract: the article is devoted to the connection between linguistic theories of the 18th century and the national ideology of the Peter the Great's time. The author reveals the mechanisms of socio-cultural integrity creation on the basis of comparative analysis of the linguistic programmes of V.K. Trediakovsky, M.V. Lomonosov and A.N. Radishchev, and the power of a monarch sanctity models in Russia. The ideas of strict centre-periphery subordination, ritual construction and social life regulation become the basis for the principle of the uniform national language creation.

Key words: Russian literary language, linguistic theories, power, ideology, model, unity, integrity.

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