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The “Pure Language” Concept and the Aesthetic in the Language of Translation

Author: Mikhail N. Kladov, Master of Philosophy, Jr. lecturer of Philosophy Dept.

Abstract: The article examines the “pure language” concept in the context of translation studies. It transfers the consideration of this problem from phenomenological aspect to semiotic one. The paper raises the problem of language functioning as aesthetic essence. The author comes to the conclusion that these are the literary translation and interactions of languages, where the aesthetic of the language appears.

Key words: literary translation; the aesthetic; translation; translatability; “pure language”.