Legal language in history of legal culture in Russia

 
PIIS013207690008555-2-1
DOI10.31857/S013207690008555-2
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Occupation: Leading researcher of the Laboratory of humanitarian research of the Novosibirsk National research state University
Affiliation: Novosibirsk National research state University
Address: Russian Federation, Novosibirsk
Journal nameGosudarstvo i pravo
EditionIssue 2
Pages172-183
Abstract

The article considers the history of legal language and its importance in the development of legal culture in Russia. Establishes that the vocabulary of legal language begins to form in the pre-state period. The formation of the state led to the formation of the state language. The influence of the Byzantine law in the X–XVII centuries led to the formation of lexical bases of the legal language of Russia. In the period of the Russian Empire, the legal language is enriched by the influx of Romano-Germanic and Latin legal terminology, the influence of the Church Slavonic language. In the Soviet period attempts were made to update the legal language due to the delisting of "kantselyarizmami" and filling the "Soviet" terminology.

Keywordsnational culture, legal culture, history of Russia, state and law, law, custom, state language, legal language, Church Slavonic language, the legal technique
Received25.02.2018
Publication date31.03.2020
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