Tatsenko N. Synergetics as a methodological basis of modern philological studies
Keywords:synergy, instability, dissipativity, non-linearity, hierarchical pattern, emergence, symmetry/asymmetry.
This article analyzes the main concepts of synergy as a methodological basis of modern linguistic research. It
is proved that linguosynergetic area of focus is not only a mechanical transfer of natural science terminology to
the field of linguistics, but a new holistic scientific approach that explores the intersection point of animate and
inanimate nature. An attempt was made to identify the main principles of discursive space organization as an
unbalanced state of the system, fixed in the structure. These principles are: instability, dissipativity, non-linearity,
hierarchical pattern, emergence, and symmetry/asymmetry. Methodology of discursive-synergetic analysis is
foregrounded with highlighting of the self-organization of discourse system elements, polarization of its order
parameters, interaction of functional attractors and repellers. The disclosure of general tendencies of structural
and semantic organization of discourse is associated with synergetic evolution of a self-regulating system.