О применении теории аргументации при дифференциации грамматических вариантов (на материале русского языка)
Revisiting the application of the argumentation theory in the process of differentiation of grammatical variants (as exemplified in the Russian language)
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Differentiation of grammatical variants is an important orthological problem. However, traditionally it is solved without awareness of arguments, which are arbitrarily used as normalizers while identifying differential properties of grammatical variants. The paper shows the possibility and necessity of the orthological application of the argumentation theory. In the context of grammatical variants differentiation, the normalizers use every possible universal and non-universal arguments except those appealed to someone’s intuition and belief. Yet as the most convincing orthological argument should be recognized a combination of direct empiric verification and logical grounding, which, nevertheless, is not always ideal. The quality of this combination is provided by the quality of perception, which has three degrees: syncretic, superficial and alternative perception in its two varieties – imperative and dispositive. The first two degrees determine the relativity of logical grounding whereas the alternative-imperative and alternative-dispositive perception specifies its absoluteness. The direct empiric verification of contextual properties, distinguishing between grammatical variants and absolute logical grounding of the choice of a grammatical variant both based on the evidence of the alternative perception are an orthologically ideal argument.
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