Славянская и японская традиции создания стихотворных алфавитов

Translated title of the contribution: Slavic and Japanese Traditions of Poetic Alphabet Creation

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Abstract

The article focuses on the general formation principles of Slavic (Glagolitic and Cyrillic), and Japanese writing systems ( iroha ), both based on the idea of creating poetic alphabets. These alphabets were created irrespectively of each other in different parts of the world at the turn of the IX-X centuries. Their symbols reflect a kind of language-infused image of the world of each nation, which corresponds to their subsequent ethnic consciousness, being expressed in terms of moral and ethical standards and eternal truth. It is no mere chance that they are considered to be «basic» and are called «truism»
Translated title of the contributionSlavic and Japanese Traditions of Poetic Alphabet Creation
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)55-66
Number of pages12
JournalЯпонские исследования
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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  • 6.01 HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY

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  • 03.61 Ethnography and historical anthropology

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