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Hagiographic Citation

quotation, text, principle, idea, effect

Author(s): Ivane Amirkhanashvili
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies
Published by: ლიტერატურის ინსტიტუტის გამომცემლობა
Keywords: quotation; text; principle; idea; effect.

Summary/Abstract: At first glance citation bears an accidental sign, as a reduced form, as a passage,as a fragment but at the same time it is quite a logical process, part of the conscious sideof the text, a meeting point of real and ideal, objective and subjective, where an idea isconstructed and literary status of a text is enhanced.It is always in the upper layer of the text archeology. In relation to the text it is symmetric and contrasting. Passivity is not inherent, always active until not devalue itself with excessive intensity.This is academic method of expressing the thought, automated subject, scheme which takes part in the formation of the ontology of the text. According to the genre rule,it is not a detail but meaning. However, the meaning cannot be considered the only factor.It has dialectics which is realized by the principle of unity of the components. A construction obtained by means of fragmentation has an ability of multifaceted development. It development by leaps, a technique of out word action, mechanics of style, manifestation of the dialectic nature with a claim of fullness.It has both empiric and speculative, detached from the reality, separated from practice.After clarification of the direct meaning, it starts associative reception, increases motivation of psychological action.The formation of thought takes place which aims to attain the beauty: express an idea effectively and make an impact on the reader.By form hagiographic citation approximates to the scientific cognition rather than literary. The reason of its use and the size is to be determined by the author but there are instances when the text of composition requires this.

  • Issue Year: 2015
  • Issue No: 16
  • Page Range: 7-13
  • Page Count: 12
  • Language: Georgian