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Wittgenstein, A One-way Ticket, and Other Unforeseen Benefits of Studying Chinese

Wittgenstein,

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9789882370944
Perry Link
香港中文大學
2019年11月01日
283.00  元
HK$ 254.7
省下 $28.3
 
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ISBN:9789882370944
  • 規格:平裝 / 264頁 / 14 x 21.6 x 1.32 cm / 普通級 / 單色印刷 / 初版
  • 出版地:香港


  • 文學小說 > 華文創作 > 報導文學











      …. to imagine a language means to imagine a form of life.––Ludwig Wittgenstein(Philosophical Investigation, 1953)



      Whatever specific goal motivated people who study Chinese at first eventually dissolves into the larger Chinese world, and that world—its loves and joys, its stings and frustrations, in any case its incapability of being boring—takes over.



      This is a fascinating, insightful collection of essays by some of the world’s most renowned China experts, who share personal recollections of their time in China—often beginning in the 1970s, when foreigners were just beginning to navigate the linguistic and cultural terrain of that country—and reflect on what learning Chinese has meant to them in their careers and lives. These ten native English speakers share rare and, at times, humorous and intimate moments, of how learning and speaking Chinese has removed barriers, built rapport, opened doors and sometimes led them down entirely unexpected roads that have changed the course of their lives.



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      Given Chinas growing impact on the world, all countries need to better understand Chinese thinking, and the Chinese language is a vital tool for making the breakthrough. This book has brought together a group of outstanding people who have learned Chines


     




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