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Grzech i pokuta – etos sprawiedliwości w ludowym kodeksie moralnym

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dc.contributor.author Masłowska, Ewa
dc.date.accessioned 2017-09-20T11:03:38Z
dc.date.available 2017-09-20T11:03:38Z
dc.date.issued 2015
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12528/72
dc.description.abstract An attempt is made to reconstruct the semantic core of the concept of SPRAWIEDLIWOŚĆ (JUSTICE) in Polish folklore, as well as to map the cognitive links between the concepts in the following semantic sequence: GRZECH (SIN) – KRZYWDA (HARM) – POKUTA (PENANCE) – SPRAWIEDLIWOŚĆ (JUSTICE). The etymologies of the relevant lexemes reveal the fundamental role of the opposition between the straight and the crooked, pol. prosty – krzywy, a semantic link in the chain of mutual relationships. These, in turn, are based on the preconceptual schema of PION (THE PERPENDICULAR) and its subdomains of RÓWNOWAGA (BALANCE), WIĘŹ (BOND), and KONTROLA (CONTROL). Sin and penance, conjoined in a cause-effect relationship, constitute a sequence of events necessary for the functioning of justice. An analysis of their profiles reveals that the folk modal code and the notion of justice had been shaped by both Christianity and by much earlier mythological thinking. The peculiarity of the folk ethos of justice stems from its heterogeneous axiological origin, connected with the taxonomy of sin and the measure of penance. en_US
dc.publisher Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej pl
dc.subject grzech pl
dc.subject pokuta pl
dc.subject struktura semantyczna pl
dc.subject ludowy kodeks moralny pl
dc.subject polska kultura ludowa pl
dc.subject język polski pl
dc.subject konceptualizacja pl
dc.subject sin en_US
dc.subject penance en_US
dc.subject semantic structure en_US
dc.subject folk moral code en_US
dc.subject Polish folklore en_US
dc.subject Polish language en_US
dc.subject conceptualization en_US
dc.title Grzech i pokuta – etos sprawiedliwości w ludowym kodeksie moralnym pl
dc.type Article en_US


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