INTERPHENOMENA IN THE PARADIGMAL DIMENSION, OR WHAT IS THERE BEYOND THE HORIZON OF COGNITOLOGY?

Olga P. Vorobyova
Doctor of Philology, Professor
National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”


DOI: https://doi.org/10.17721/StudLing2021.19.24-37


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ABSTRACT

This paper addresses the role of interphenomena as multidimensional integrative phenomena or entities in shaping the contours of current postparadigmal syncretic phenomenological episteme that tends to substitute the traditional hypothesis-methodology epistemes, those of evolutionarism, structuralism, functionalism, and cognitivism. Interphenomena, which according to their terminological world-building design can be marked by the respective prefixes (intermediality, multimodality, transmediality, etc.) or unmarked (transparency, corporeality, stereoscopicity, etc.), form a network − the world of interphenomena. The latter might be characterised by internal and external diffusion, sense and space multidimensionality, flexibility, volumetricity, and holographicity. From a research perspective each interphenomenon may be regarded as a triangulation focus and a lense or prism for studying other (inter)phenomena. At this it might be viewed conventionally or non-conventionally, as a separate unit or in a double/triple/multiple configuration with other interphenomena, while being related to or integrated with them according to the principle of figure/ground interchange. As a case study of interphenomena interplay in literary text, the paper highlights the interaction of intermediality, multimodality, and verbal holography, which jointly give rise to the sensory construal of musicalisation traced in Kazuo Ishiguro’s “Crooner”. Given the resilts of the analysis, while looking beyond the cognitive discursive paradigm horizon, the paper outlines possible vectors of further paradigm shifts within the area of interdisciplinary humanities, with a special emphasis on energiality, pancreativity, and game-ubiquity as dominant interphenomena.

Key words: interphenomenon, (post)paradigmal dimension, syncretic phenomenological episteme, semeiotic (symptomatic) paradigm, intermediality, multimodality.


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