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Zum Verhältnis von Normativität und Modalität in russischen rechtsphilosophischen Texten

Claudia Woldt

Normativity as concept of philosophy and sociology focuses on practical behaviour and its theoretical modelling. This paper, by contrast, investigates a possible application of normativity in linguistics. It proposes an integrated model of normativity including linguistic modality, axiology and philosophical meanings of normativity („normative must“). On the basis of examples extracted from the Russian philosophy of law I show the interaction of modal markers (as должен, надо, нужен etc.) and meanings of must leading to several levels of normativity. As a special kind of normativity, is pointed out the use of metalinguistic modal verbs creating a so-called normative effect.

Linguistische Beiträge zur Slavistik: XIX. JungslavistInnen-Treffen in Berlin, 16.–18. Dezember 2010. Hg. Luka Szucsich, Natalia Gagarina, Elena Gorishneva und Joanna Leszkowicz. München, Berlin, Washington: Sagner 2012 (Specimina Philologiae Slavicae, 171). 237–255.