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THE ESSENCE OF AN IDEALIZED WAY OF TRANSLATION

Volume 3, Issue 6, December 2019    |    PP. 172-179    |PDF (129 K)|    Pub. Date: December 22, 2019
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Author(s)
Marina Lukinova, Theory and Practice of Translation, Institute of foreign Philology, Crimea Federal University named after V.I.Vernadsky, Simferopol, Russia

Abstract
The author makes an attempt to consider the specifics of translation activity from the point of view of its idealized image, which allows us to correlate modern artistic interpretation with the philosophical practices of the past, using the Idea of the Good of the ancient Greek thinker Plato. An idealized image is a kind of horizon line that provides the specifics of research practice, which is determined by the epistemology of yesterday and today: from the ideal in search of the general to the single, in order to extract a unique, special. Such an algorithm can be used to find answers to the eternal question about the measure and quality criteria of translation activities.

Keywords
translation, interpretation, Idea, Plato, communicative intention.

Cite this paper
Marina Lukinova, THE ESSENCE OF AN IDEALIZED WAY OF TRANSLATION, SCIREA Journal of Sociology. Vol. 3 , No. 6 , 2019 , pp. 172 - 179 .

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