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book will scrutinise competing currents that it consists of. The term “discourse”, as it is used throughout this book, refers to pools of spoken and written statements that centre around a particular issue and have a specific span of life, and thus a continuity in which actors react to statements of

In: Languages of Islam and Christianity in Post-Soviet Russia

impressed me with their intellect. I thought they would call [to carry out terrorist attacks by] explosions. But they only convinced me that my [way of living at that time] leads to a dead-end. (Ali 2014) In the scholarly literature, the mode of conversion when an individual is motivated to embrace

In: Languages of Islam and Christianity in Post-Soviet Russia
Author: Jaap Kamphuis

(28) in Chapter 4), the theme is not one particular event, but rather a general rule of how life will be at that point, a context that is very compatible with imperfective aspect as used in modern Slavic languages (cf. also the difference between exemplary use of the perfective present and generalized

In: Verbal Aspect in Old Church Slavonic
Author: Jordi Morillas

implies that Raskolnikov’s doctrine had nothing in common with socialism, since his philosophy of the great men would come from the “the living soul” of history [“живoй дуx иcтopии”]. Unlike the socialists, who “instinctively dislike history […], the living process of life”, since “they don’t need a

In: The Dostoevsky Journal