Intercultural Communication in the Cultural Dimension


The article deals with the problem of intercultural communication as an autonomous phenomenon in culture. In the analysis of the terminological instability of the definition of this phenomenon, the structuring of its ontological characteristics is proposed. Intercultural communication is defined in the characteristics of the communicative subject. The role of intercultural communications in the symbolic world of human existence is proved.

Keywords: subject, culture, intercultural communication, language, myth, art, religion

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