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L’image de Dieu et du Diable dans la phraséologie aroumaine

Publication: Lucrările celui de-al șaselea Simpozion Internațional de Lingvistică, București, 29-30 mai 2015, Section Dialectologie. Geolingvistică. Onomastică. Fonetică, p. 96-107
Editors:Maria Stanciu Istrate, Daniela Răuțu
Publisher:Editura Univers Enciclopedic Gold
Abstract:[The representation of God and the devil in Aromanian phraseology]
Phraseology, a linguistic discipline that establishes a link between language and culture, is a subject of a growing interest in scientific circles, regarding the fact that its units can be analyzed from a semantic, stylistic, but also from a structural point of view. The question concerning the criteria that help to determine the phraseological character of a unit receives different answers and two major tendencies can be underlined: phraseology in a wider and in a narrower sense.
The subject treated in the present paper is related to the concepts of God and the devil, incarnation of the principles of Good and Evil, whose importance is clearly illustrated by the number of units that are expressing them in their relation to Man. The goal of our study is to make a semiological and semantic analysis of these units in order to establish their representation in the Aromanian collective consciousness.
Key words:phraseological units, Aromanian, God, the devil, semiological definition
Language: French

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