“HOMO ETHICUS” EN LA FRASEOLOGÍA DE LAS LENGUAS ROMANCES (EN COMPARACIÓN CON EL RUSO)

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Abstract

Ethical evaluations occupy important place in the evaluative linguistic view of the world describing a human in his attitude to “the Stranger” and to the surrounding world and being reflected in numerous lexical and phraseological nominations.
The article is dealing with the evaluating phraseologisms which form the image of the “liar” in Romance languages (Spanish, Italian, French and Portuguese) and in Russian language.Fourphraseosemantic subgroups characterizing the image of the person evading the truth with the different intentions are identified here: 1) liar, deceiver, 2) braggart, 3) hypocrite, 4) flatterer. The analysis of the phraseological material leads to the conclusion that the image of the “liar” is being created on the base of different semantic fields revealing the general and the private in the phraseology of the exploring languages.
Original languageSpanish
Title of host publicationFraseologia. Paremiologia e lessicografia
Subtitle of host publicationIII Convegno del Assoziazione Italiana di Fraseologia e Paremiologia PHRASIS
EditorsElisabetta Benucci, Daniela Capra, Paolo Rondinelli, Salomé Vuelta García
PublisherAracne Editrice
Pages309-318
ISBN (Print)978-88-255-1423-0
StatePublished - 2018
EventFraseologia, paremiologia e lessicografia: III Congresso Internazionale di fraseologia e paremiologia - Firenze, Italy
Duration: 19 Oct 201621 Oct 2016

Conference

ConferenceFraseologia, paremiologia e lessicografia
Country/TerritoryItaly
CityFirenze
Period19/10/1621/10/16

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