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Slavica Slovaca

Volume 52, 2017, No. 1


  Všeobecný mužský rod a maskulinizácia v slovenskom, poľskom a bulharskom jazykovom prostredí
Mária Košková, Joanna Satoła-Staśkowiak

General masculine gender, masculinization, Slovak, Polish, Bulgarian.

This paper focuses on the application of generic masculine gender and masculine tendency in the development and use of gender correlates, which is characteristic for two of the languages under discussion (Polish and Bulgarian). The paper further looks at the deputization of masculines in identifying persons according to specific occupation, function, title and a variety of activities also with regard to their lexicographical treatment in Slovak, Polish and Bulgarian language.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 52, 2017, No. 1: 3-15.

  О чувстве вины в русском языковом сознании
Андрей Евгеньевич Бочкарев

Corpus linguistics, emotional concept, social norms, mental attitude.

This publication explores the ways of displaying guilt in the Russian language conscience. According to the National Corpus of the Russian language guilt is defined in different contexts as cause and bad act as well as feeling. As a cause of something wrong it is related to coincidence, national mentality, curiosity, love and fate; as a bad act it is related to fault, adultery, alcoholism and crime; as a feeling of responsibility for such wrongs, whether real or imagined, it is related to pang of remorse, conscience, shame and fear. And we can estimate the degree of guilt, as such, only in regard to any social norm as moral or penal law. In this way, the analyzed emotional concept is constant and variable at the same time: constant as an object of understanding, variable as a contextual meaning.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 52, 2017, No. 1: 16-26.

  Социально-политическая реальность стран запада в зеркале российских средств массовой информации: новая лексика и фразеология
Jan Gregor, Elena Tomášková

Neolexeme, neophraseme, political journalism, socio-political reality of Western countries.

The paper explores new lexical and phraseological units that appeared in the language of the Russian and English mass media as a result of the interpretation of the contemporary socio-political discourse of the West. The ways and methods for the formation of new lexical units are considered, as well as the specific of borrowing and rethinking of neologisms. Particular attention is paid to reflection and interpretation of reality, including the most relevant phenomena and processes for Western countries, by new lexis and phraseology countries. A comparative analysis of neolexemes and neophrasemes in English and Russian texts in the semantic and derivational aspects is carried out.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 52, 2017, No. 1: 27-34.

  Spätosť jazyka východoslovenských katolíckych tlačí 18. storočia s celoslovenskou písomnou tradíciou
Константин Васильевич Лифанов

Catholic literature, dialectal features, all-Slovak tradition, Trnavian centre.

The article analyzes the language of three Catholic books of the 18th century, published in Kosice, in a confrontation with the language of Catholic texts created in other regions of Slovakia. The analysis shows that the language of Catholic East Slovakian literature developed in the all-Slovak written tradition, although it may have some feartures, which are indicating the region of creation, but not changing its general nature.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 52, 2017, No. 1: 35-43.

  Odrażający i święci. Wierzenia o psiogłowcach w dawnej i współczesnej tradycji bizantyńsko-słowiańskiej
Ewa Kocój

Byzantine and Slavic culture, folk mythology, mythological peoples, cynocephali, canonical texts, apocrypha (pseudocanonical texts).

Legends about mythological peoples constitute a vital theme of European folklore – the theme which has not been thoroughly investigated. The article presents the preliminary results of the study on beliefs related to cynocephali, i.e. people with the head of a dog and a human body, existent in folk mythology in the Byzantine and Slavic borderlands. I also show the relationship between the beliefs and the canonical and apocryphal texts of Byzantine and Slavic culture. The article is based on the qualitative research (analysis of ethnographic texts, interview, and observation) on cynocephali, while the results are presented in the perspective of historical and interpretative ethnography (sources from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries).

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 52, 2017, No. 1: 44-54.

  Exorcismus z humenského rukopisu sborníku kázání a ponaučení ze 17. století
Tomáš Mrňávek

Exorcism, exorcist, possessed, liturgy.

The presented study introduces the exorcism of the Humenné Anthology of Sermons from the 17th century. It is an Old Church Slavonic text written in Cyrillic; so far its origin or any possible models were unknown. This study presents new findings concerning the text and in parallel introduces another Cyrillic text, preceding in time, together with its Greek original; this latter exorcism could inspire the writer of the first one. The matter of exorcism and especially of an exorcist is described in detail as well.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 52, 2017, No. 1: 55-66.

  Nad latinsko-cirkevnoslovanským glosárom k Bazilovičovmu liturgickému dielu
Mária Strýčková

Latin,Church Slavonic, nomenclature of the bishop, analysis, Greek Catholics, Mukachevo eparchy.

In this paper we attempt to point out the relation between two liturgical traditions and their languages – Latin and Church Slavic. These languages integrated confessional diversity of the national community and played a crucial role in identifying Latin and Byzantine-Slavic tradition and culture under the Carpathians. Such relation can be well observed in literary sources, written in parallel Latin-Church Slavic. The role of such texts will be examined on the bilingual liturgical work Tolkovanije Svjaščennija Liturgii Novaho Zakona istinnija Bezkrovnija Žertvy/ Explicatio Sacrae Liturgiae Novae Legis veri Incruenti Sacrificii from 1815 by Juraj Joannikij Bazilovič, an Eastern Basilian monk, graduate of Latin schools and professor of theology and philosophy of Eastern clergy.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 52, 2017, No. 1: 67-74.

  Slovenský protonacionalizmus na Šariši v polovici 18. storočia
Peter Zubko

Slovak protonacionalism, Ignatius Herkal, Saris region.

The Eger bishopric in the last two thirds of the 18th century experienced „the golden times“. The bishop of Eger Francis Barkóczi done a canonical visitation in region Saris in 1749. In this region lived the priest Ignatius Herkal (1696-1758), who studied at the Jesuit University in Trnava. He later became the priest in Saris. He was aware of his Slovak origins and openly talked about it with other priests at neighbouring parishes. Several of his colleagues took over Herkal’s vocabulary and conviction about the peculiarities of the Slovaks and their language. This episode of the history of Slovak protonacionalism has so far been unknown.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 52, 2017, No. 1: 75-79.

  Крунослав Геруц и его вклад в развитие межславянских культурных связей в последней трети XIX в.
Михаил Ващенко

Krunoslav Heruc, Russia, Croatia, Inter-Slavic cultural relations, Pan-Slavism, Slavophilism.

This article deals with the role of Croatian social activist, publicist and businessman Krunoslav Heruc in development of inter-Slavic cultural relations. Since the young age he became a supporter of nationalist Croatian Party of Rights and was forced to leave his motherland. From the middle of 1880s he lived in Russia when worked in editorial office of magazine “Slavyanskie izvestiya” and established the book store in St.Petersburg. Although his business existed only few years Heruc played very important role in spreading of Russian literature among another Slavic peoples and knowledge about Croatia in Russia.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 52, 2017, No. 1: 80-86.