Current issue - №1 / 2020
PROSPECTS AND PROBLEMS OF USING COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR THE RESTORATION OF ANCIENT MARBLE ROMAN PORTRAITS
Tatiana V. Andreeva PROSPECTS AND PROBLEMS OF USING COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR THE RESTORATION OF ANCIENT MARBLE ROMAN PORTRAITS // Modern European Researches. - Salzburg, 2020. - №1. - P. 4-12.
The traditional restoration of antique portraits leads to the further destruction of these artifacts. The proposed restoration in modern technologies makes it possible to present options for the original appearance of the images. The low cost of the process allows restoration of the sculpture on a computer, then it can be printed out and put in museums next to the original. That will draw attention to such a unique phenomenon as the Roman portrait.
Tatiana S. Akhmad, Irina V. Shchukina USING MODERN BLOGS TO ENHANCE READING SKILLS OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AT THE LESSONS OF ENGLISH // Modern European Researches. - Salzburg, 2020. - №1. - P. 12-25.
The article is aimed at describing the way of improving high school students’ reading skills in English through the use of authentic blog materials. In the paper blogs types, their educational functions and linguistic features are demonstrated in detail. A set of exercises based on the material of the English blog texts is proposed and tested while conducting the classroom research. It is stated that net blogs not only develop language skills, but also acquaint students with socio-cultural peculiarities of English communication. Students become participants of a real foreign language communication in a virtual communicative environment created with the help of blogs.
Svetlana G. Gutova IDEA OF RESURRECTION IN THE WORKS OF RUSSIAN RELIGIOUS PHILOSOPHERS // Modern European Researches. - Salzburg, 2020. - №1. - P. 26-34.
The following paper deals with one of the central issues of religious philosophy, i.e. immortality of the soul and eternal life. The main purpose of this work is to show the relationship between the ideas of eternal life and moral improvement. Resurrection is considered not only as a religious concept, but also as one with a deep philosophical and symbolic meaning. The idea of immortality is presented as one overcoming the conventions of the material world and personal search for the integrity and abundant spiritual life. The author based the study on historical-philosophical and comparative analysis that allowed considering the development of resurrection and immortality concepts in the Russian religious philosophy. The study materials are useful for understanding the historical and cultural relationship and philosophical and religious integration of fundamental ideas in the Russian philosophical tradition. The author concludes that the idea of soul salvation and bodily resurrection in the Russian philosophical works are connected with the desire for internal and external transformation of man and humanity as a whole.
Danila V. Nesterov LIFE AFTER BREXIT: UNITED KINGDOM INDEPENDENCE PARTY IN POST-REFERENDUM // Modern European Researches. - Salzburg, 2020. - №1. - P. 34-41.
The article considers the situation that has developed in British politics after the United Kingdom European Union membership referendum in 2016. The major causes of the crisis of the United Kingdom Independence Party are presented. The estimated characteristic and ways of possible further party development are given.
Olga О. Stadnichenko, Gennady A. Senkevich “RECOLLECTIONS” BY DMYTRO PAVLYCHKO: AUTHOR’S VISION OF UKRAINIAN HISTORY OF THE 20th CENTURY // Modern European Researches. - Salzburg, 2020. - №1. - P. 41-49.
The article explores D.Pavlychko’s “Recollections” (2015) as a hybrid, synthetic generic form featuring the author’s personal memories and experiences as a means to create a holistic, panoramic vision of Ukraine’s tragic history from the 1940-ies to present. Historical figures of the century, be it writers, politicians or civic leaders, as well as numerous references to crucial moments of Ukrainian history shape out a dynamic and eventful landscape of contemporary cultural and political life shaped out with Pavlychko’s well-known creative artistry. Specific attention is paid to the author’s own concept of Ukrainian history as presented through his interpretations of its most controversial, polemical and yet unexplored pages. The narrative structure of “Recollections” is examined within the context of the auhtor’s self-presentation strategy aimed at creating a harmonized, concentrated and integral narrative voice striving to disengage from subjective interpretation in favor of more balanced analytical approach. A sample of modern memoirs, Pavlychko’s “Recollections” arise at the joint of fact and fiction, documentary and artistic vision, opinion-based writing and historical analysis, thus contributing to the modern interest in non-fiction, specifically, in the contradictory history of the XX century as represented through the lives of its most prominent representatives. The seemingly fragmented structure of Pavlychko’s “Recollections” encourage the readers to apply an active reception strategy to reconstruct an integral and detailed panorama of Ukraine’s tragic history throughout the XX century.