The Social Sciences

Year: 2015
Volume: 10
Issue: 5
Page No. 599 - 603

Problem of Buildup of Literary Scholar’s Scientific Sense

Authors : Rinat Albertovich Bakirov and Alexei Nikolayevich Pashkurov

Abstract: The study deals with different aspects of buildup of literary scholar’ scientific sense and demonstrates this problem with the help of several examples. The researchers reveal connections between a scientist and a surrounding context in different form of its expression. The researchers analyze factors influencing, among other things, modern perception of scientific viewpoint of a literary scholar. At first, the authors study general regularities of scientist’s world view buildup. They single out several concrete factors, among which there are historical context, literary studies school influence, national specificity, peculiarities of a scientist’s personality (e.g., religiosity, education etc.). Particularly, they present how literary studies as a field of science depend on a specific era’s ideology. The researchers provide examples of such interaction both in XIX-XX centuries and today. They postulate sequence and repetitiveness of general principles of development of this dependence.

How to cite this article:

Rinat Albertovich Bakirov and Alexei Nikolayevich Pashkurov, 2015. Problem of Buildup of Literary Scholar’s Scientific Sense. The Social Sciences, 10: 599-603.

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