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Metaphor, nation and the holocaust : the concept of the body politic
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Éditeur Routledge
Année cop. 2010
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Metaphor, nation and the holocaust : the concept of the body politic
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1 vol. (VI-210 p.) ; 24 cm
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Bibliogr. p. 179-198. Index
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Classification Dewey
320.014
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1. Introduction: Deadly metaphors that won't die? Bodies and parasites as concepts of political discourse-- Part I. 2. The cognitive import of metaphor in Nazi ideology ; 3. Body, nature and disease as political categories in Mein Kampf ; 4. The public presentation and reception of anti-semitic imagery in Nazi Germany ; 5. Methodological reflection: body and illness metaphors in the evolution of western political thought and discourse ; Part II. 6. Solidarity and hierarchy: the body-state metaphor in the Middle Ages ; 7. Concepts of healing the body politic in the Renaissance ; 8. From political anatomy to social pathology: modern scenarios of the body politic and its therapy ; 9. German conceptual and discursive traditions of the body politic metaphor ; 10. Conclusion: Metaphor in discourse history
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978-0-415-80119-5
0-415-80119-2
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