Puitika
Vol 12, No 1 (2016)

FILOSOFI CINA DALAM PERIBAHASA JEPANG

Lestari, Eka Marthanty Indah (Unknown)



Article Info

Publish Date
20 Apr 2016

Abstract

Brief, meaningful expression or sentence which includes comparison, parable, suggestion, principle of life, or rule of behaviour is called the proverb. Japan is a country that is highly influence by Chinese culture. One of these influences can be viewed from its proverbs that are widely spread and still known until now in the society. There are many Japanese proverbs which include teaching or philosophy from the Chinese folklores. The philosophy comes from the ethics of Confucius and Buddhism. This paper discusses ten proverbs with the philosophy from China. These ten proverbs are ishi ni tatsu ya, issui no yume, gashin shoutan, gyofu no ri, keikou to naru mo gyuugo to naru nakare, dasoku, chousan boshi, ten’i muhou, tougenkyou, and haisui no jin. The aspects related to these ten proverbs that will be discussed are their history, Chinese philosophy within the proverbs, the use of proverbs in the context of sentence, and the functions in which the proverbs have pragmatic and social functions. 

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Journal Info

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jurnalpuitika

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Subject

Languange, Linguistic, Communication & Media

Description

PUITIKA merupakan jurnal ilmiah humaniora yang menyajikan artikel orisinal tentang penelitian di bidang bahasa, sastra, dan budaya. Artikel yang dimuat telah melalui proses seleksi oleh redaksi, penyuntingan oleh dewan editor, dan penilaian layak muat oleh dewan bestari. Jurnal ini terbit secara ...