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    Title: dogs' metaphors in the textual sources of ancient China
    Other Titles: Les usages métaphoriques du chien dans les textes de l’Antiquité chinoise
    Authors: Boileau, Gilles
    Keywords: language dog metaphors
    Date: 2016/11/29
    Issue Date: 2016-12-17 02:11:38 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: based on the theoretical approach of Lakoff and Jonhson, this presentation concentrates on dogs metaphors in pre Qin period texts.
    it encompasses three aspects of it, the philosophical, the political and finally the medical/psychological aspects.
    Relation: L’homme et le chien en Chine dans l’Antiquité — Études pluridisciplinaires, proceedings
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of French] Proceeding

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