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  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    BARANOV, Alexey; PRESNIAKOV, Igor; DEMAZEAU, Gérard; RUSAKOV, Viyacheslav S.; ALONSO, José A.; SOBOLEV, Alexey; POKHOLOK, Konstantin; GODOVIKOV, S. K.;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Version Russe; International audience

  • Publication . Article . 2016
    Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Gerhard Heinzmann;
    Publisher: Федеральное государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение высшего профессионального образования «Национальный исследовательский Томский государственный университет»
    Countries: Russian Federation, France

    International audience; There is no substantive agreement about the philosophical views of analytic philosophers. Nevertheless, for much of them logical analysis is widely recognized to be important. It is true that Poincare used no logical analysis but refused nevertheless the old metaphysics. Indeed, the analytic tradition of philosophy of science is perhaps better characterized by several overlapping similarities, which are the clincher for my main thesis: Analytic philosophy of science has one of its origins in the philosophical network in France around 1900 and, especially, in Poincare.

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Nivière, Antoine; Нивьер, A;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    In the early 1920s, Russian church communities in Europe found themselves in a quite extraordinary situation, requiring a complete reorganization of their structure, both at the diocesan and parish levels. Having kept alive their memory of the 1917-1918 Moscow Council, many ecclesiastical figures in emigration viewed its decisions as reliable guidelines for creating a new church structure. Later on, however, the jurisdictional divisions followed, highlighting the two opposite attitudes to the Council heritage. Some considered il necessary to implement its decisions, whereas others preferred to change or even abolish the norms elaborated at the Council. This article explores how the Moscow Council served as a starting point in organising various ecclesiastical juridictions in emigration in the 1920-1930s and how these institutions carried out or not its decisions. В начале 1920-х гг. русские церковные общины в Европе оказались в совершенно неординарной ситуации, требу/щей полного переустройства своих структур как на епархиальном, так и на приходском уровне. Многим церковным деятелям в эмиграции, у которых память о Московском соборе 1917-1918 гг. осталась еще живой, соборные решения показались надежным ориентиром, чтобы созидать такое новое церковное устройство. Однако возникшие вскоре юрисдикционные разделения проявили две противоположные позиции по отношению к наследи/ Собора: одни считали необходимым исполнение решений Собора, другие предпочитали изменить или даже упразднить выработанные на Соборе нормы. В данной статье исследуется, как Московский собор послужил отправной точкой в образовании разных церковных юрисдикций в эмиграции в 1920-1930-х гг. и как их учреждения применили июли не применили речения Собора.

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Ivantchik, Askold;
    Publisher: Publishing House of the Soviet/Russian Academy of Sciences
    Country: France

    International audience

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Michel Kazanski;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; Pliny the Elder, in describing the southern shore of the Baltic Sea(77–79 AD), mentions “famous” rivers falling into the Ocean (BalticSea): Guthalus, Visculus sive Vistla, Albis, Visurgis, Amisis, Rhenus, Mosa(Naturalis historia, IV.100). All of them, with the exception of Guthalus,have been identified. In this paper, an attempt is made to identify this riverwith the help of archeological data. Guthalus is the only known river in theBaltic basin east of the Vistula. The name Guthalus reflects the ethnonymof the Goths and is probably the eastern border of the settlement is ready.We can compare the river Pliny with a map of Gothic antiquities of Romantimes. The archaeological culture of Wielbark is considered German,and even specifically Gotho - Gepidic. The territory of Wielbark cultureincludes all the Lower Vistula, on both banks of the river. In the regionof interest to us, east of the Vistula, where the Guthalus is located, thesites of the Wielbark culture between the Vistula and Pasłęka / Passarge.Therefore, Guthalus can be identified as Pasłęka / Passarge. It marks theeastern boundary of the Gothic settlement in the southern Baltic region.

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Krenke, Nikolay; Kazansky, Mikhail; Lopatin, N.; Ganichev, Kirill; Ershov, Ivan; Ershova, Ekaterina; Modestov, Fyodor; Raeva, Vera; Kazanski, Michel;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; The article examines finds from two fortified settlements located near Smolensk. New radiocarbondates are given that prove the demise of the fortified settlement of Demidovka at the turn of the5th–6th centuries AD. The analysis of the distribution of prestigious silver items and armament onthe sites of the “Demidovka circle” and the presence of a large long house provide grounds for anassumption about the central position of this settlement in Smolensk district and the presence ofa “German component” in it. The data of spore-pollen analysis are used for the reconstructionof the landscape surrounding the fortified settlement. The authors suggest that in the late periodwhen militarized “elite” resided in the settlement its vicinity was used for grazing. As a resultof the study, a hypothesis is proposed that the fortified settlements of Demidovka (the 3rd–4thcenturies) and Vyazovenki (the 6th–7th centuries) were centers of power in Smolensk land duringthe two periods of time preceding the transition of this function to Smolensk (Cathedral Hill) andGnezdovo.

  • Publication . Other literature type . Article . 2011
    Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Baydoun, Ibrahim; Zagrebnov, Valentin,;
    Publisher: Федеральное государственное автономное образовательное учреждение высшего образования «Санкт-Петербургский национальный исследовательский университет информационных технологий, механики и оптики»
    Country: France

    International audience; We study (stationary) Laplacian transport by the Dirichlet-to-Neumann formalism. Our results concerns a \textit{formal} solution of the \textit{geometrical} inverse problem for localisation and reconstruction of the form of absorbing domains. Here we restrict our analysis to the one- and two-dimension cases. We show that the last case can be studied by the conformal mapping technique. To illustrate it we scrutinize constant boundary conditions and analyse a numeric example.

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Artyushkina, Olga;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; The article deals with the problem of function of causal connectors in the coherence of the text. In the first part, we show that some connectors such as puisque, car in French and ved’, raz in Russian, are the linguistic markers of the enunciation because they actualize the introduced utterance and show the specific stance of the enunciator towards the causal relation. Using the concept of Temporal Referential (“Référentiel temporel”) based on the Theory of enunciation, we will show that utterances with polyphonic markers of cause refer to the enunciator and his spatial-temporal coordinates which are different from the coordinates of non-actualized narration. In the second part, we will definite the specificities of the semantic structure of polyphonic connectors and in the third part we will analyze their role as a marker of different narrative forms in comparison with monophonic connectors parce que and potomu čto.

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Kriajeva, Nadejda;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Normative representations and style of the authors of Russian grammar written in French in the eighteenth and nineteenth century. Представления о норме и функциональных стилях в грамматиках русского языка франкоязычных авторов XVIII-XIX вв

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Sorokina, Maria;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    See: http://voxmediiaevi.com/en/volumens/2019-1/2019-1-sorokina/ http://voxmediiaevi.com/en/volumens/2019-1/2019-1-sorokina/

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  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    BARANOV, Alexey; PRESNIAKOV, Igor; DEMAZEAU, Gérard; RUSAKOV, Viyacheslav S.; ALONSO, José A.; SOBOLEV, Alexey; POKHOLOK, Konstantin; GODOVIKOV, S. K.;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Version Russe; International audience

  • Publication . Article . 2016
    Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Gerhard Heinzmann;
    Publisher: Федеральное государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение высшего профессионального образования «Национальный исследовательский Томский государственный университет»
    Countries: Russian Federation, France

    International audience; There is no substantive agreement about the philosophical views of analytic philosophers. Nevertheless, for much of them logical analysis is widely recognized to be important. It is true that Poincare used no logical analysis but refused nevertheless the old metaphysics. Indeed, the analytic tradition of philosophy of science is perhaps better characterized by several overlapping similarities, which are the clincher for my main thesis: Analytic philosophy of science has one of its origins in the philosophical network in France around 1900 and, especially, in Poincare.

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Nivière, Antoine; Нивьер, A;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    In the early 1920s, Russian church communities in Europe found themselves in a quite extraordinary situation, requiring a complete reorganization of their structure, both at the diocesan and parish levels. Having kept alive their memory of the 1917-1918 Moscow Council, many ecclesiastical figures in emigration viewed its decisions as reliable guidelines for creating a new church structure. Later on, however, the jurisdictional divisions followed, highlighting the two opposite attitudes to the Council heritage. Some considered il necessary to implement its decisions, whereas others preferred to change or even abolish the norms elaborated at the Council. This article explores how the Moscow Council served as a starting point in organising various ecclesiastical juridictions in emigration in the 1920-1930s and how these institutions carried out or not its decisions. В начале 1920-х гг. русские церковные общины в Европе оказались в совершенно неординарной ситуации, требу/щей полного переустройства своих структур как на епархиальном, так и на приходском уровне. Многим церковным деятелям в эмиграции, у которых память о Московском соборе 1917-1918 гг. осталась еще живой, соборные решения показались надежным ориентиром, чтобы созидать такое новое церковное устройство. Однако возникшие вскоре юрисдикционные разделения проявили две противоположные позиции по отношению к наследи/ Собора: одни считали необходимым исполнение решений Собора, другие предпочитали изменить или даже упразднить выработанные на Соборе нормы. В данной статье исследуется, как Московский собор послужил отправной точкой в образовании разных церковных юрисдикций в эмиграции в 1920-1930-х гг. и как их учреждения применили июли не применили речения Собора.

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Ivantchik, Askold;
    Publisher: Publishing House of the Soviet/Russian Academy of Sciences
    Country: France

    International audience

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Michel Kazanski;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; Pliny the Elder, in describing the southern shore of the Baltic Sea(77–79 AD), mentions “famous” rivers falling into the Ocean (BalticSea): Guthalus, Visculus sive Vistla, Albis, Visurgis, Amisis, Rhenus, Mosa(Naturalis historia, IV.100). All of them, with the exception of Guthalus,have been identified. In this paper, an attempt is made to identify this riverwith the help of archeological data. Guthalus is the only known river in theBaltic basin east of the Vistula. The name Guthalus reflects the ethnonymof the Goths and is probably the eastern border of the settlement is ready.We can compare the river Pliny with a map of Gothic antiquities of Romantimes. The archaeological culture of Wielbark is considered German,and even specifically Gotho - Gepidic. The territory of Wielbark cultureincludes all the Lower Vistula, on both banks of the river. In the regionof interest to us, east of the Vistula, where the Guthalus is located, thesites of the Wielbark culture between the Vistula and Pasłęka / Passarge.Therefore, Guthalus can be identified as Pasłęka / Passarge. It marks theeastern boundary of the Gothic settlement in the southern Baltic region.

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Krenke, Nikolay; Kazansky, Mikhail; Lopatin, N.; Ganichev, Kirill; Ershov, Ivan; Ershova, Ekaterina; Modestov, Fyodor; Raeva, Vera; Kazanski, Michel;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; The article examines finds from two fortified settlements located near Smolensk. New radiocarbondates are given that prove the demise of the fortified settlement of Demidovka at the turn of the5th–6th centuries AD. The analysis of the distribution of prestigious silver items and armament onthe sites of the “Demidovka circle” and the presence of a large long house provide grounds for anassumption about the central position of this settlement in Smolensk district and the presence ofa “German component” in it. The data of spore-pollen analysis are used for the reconstructionof the landscape surrounding the fortified settlement. The authors suggest that in the late periodwhen militarized “elite” resided in the settlement its vicinity was used for grazing. As a resultof the study, a hypothesis is proposed that the fortified settlements of Demidovka (the 3rd–4thcenturies) and Vyazovenki (the 6th–7th centuries) were centers of power in Smolensk land duringthe two periods of time preceding the transition of this function to Smolensk (Cathedral Hill) andGnezdovo.

  • Publication . Other literature type . Article . 2011
    Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Baydoun, Ibrahim; Zagrebnov, Valentin,;
    Publisher: Федеральное государственное автономное образовательное учреждение высшего образования «Санкт-Петербургский национальный исследовательский университет информационных технологий, механики и оптики»
    Country: France

    International audience; We study (stationary) Laplacian transport by the Dirichlet-to-Neumann formalism. Our results concerns a \textit{formal} solution of the \textit{geometrical} inverse problem for localisation and reconstruction of the form of absorbing domains. Here we restrict our analysis to the one- and two-dimension cases. We show that the last case can be studied by the conformal mapping technique. To illustrate it we scrutinize constant boundary conditions and analyse a numeric example.

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Artyushkina, Olga;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; The article deals with the problem of function of causal connectors in the coherence of the text. In the first part, we show that some connectors such as puisque, car in French and ved’, raz in Russian, are the linguistic markers of the enunciation because they actualize the introduced utterance and show the specific stance of the enunciator towards the causal relation. Using the concept of Temporal Referential (“Référentiel temporel”) based on the Theory of enunciation, we will show that utterances with polyphonic markers of cause refer to the enunciator and his spatial-temporal coordinates which are different from the coordinates of non-actualized narration. In the second part, we will definite the specificities of the semantic structure of polyphonic connectors and in the third part we will analyze their role as a marker of different narrative forms in comparison with monophonic connectors parce que and potomu čto.

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Kriajeva, Nadejda;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Normative representations and style of the authors of Russian grammar written in French in the eighteenth and nineteenth century. Представления о норме и функциональных стилях в грамматиках русского языка франкоязычных авторов XVIII-XIX вв

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Sorokina, Maria;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    See: http://voxmediiaevi.com/en/volumens/2019-1/2019-1-sorokina/ http://voxmediiaevi.com/en/volumens/2019-1/2019-1-sorokina/

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