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《JOURNAL OF YUNNAN NORMAL UNIVERSITY(PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES EDITION)》 2000-01
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Viewing the conventional thinking and language predicament from the ancient travel notes

WANG Ji gong (Yunnan Electrical College for Staff and Workers, Kunming 650033, China)  
This thesis analyses the ancient travel notes’predicament, namely, the emaciated style and the inadequate moving beauty. Through an analysis of the travel notes’ predicament, this article offers a further exposition of the conventional thinking predicament as well as the language predicament, pointing out the distinctive subject of conventional thinking controls the harmonious feelings in a dimmish way; the subjective thinking mode displays some subjective ideal pattern. The concise principle of the classical Chinese writings, the constraints of the antithetical couplet and the good logical reasoning or something constitute its specific expressions.
【CateGory Index】: H0-05
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