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Title: The Chinese compound-nouns embodied in the Yin-Yang assemblage: With reference to deleuze's transcendental empiricism and systems theory
Authors: Prof. WONG Kin Yuen 
Issue Date: 9-Apr-2015
Source: In Proceedings of First International Conference on Linguistics and Language Studies, ICLLS 2015 (p. 1-12).
Conference: First International Conference on Linguistics and Language Studies 
Abstract: Ramifications of the Chinese yin-yang 陰陽 assemblage reach far beyond its original scopes of reference in the ancient Yijing 《易經》. On top of its purviews over epistemology, ontology, aesthetics and social orders, the yin-yang emblem also takes into account matters such as bodies, sexes, cultural qualities and territories of all kinds. This paper argues that the yin-yang can be pertinent to an analysis of a unique linguistic form of Chinese expression known as "compound noun-phrases" fu-he-ci 複合詞....
Type: Conference Paper
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