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O fim da tradução PEQUIM – Pouca gente parece perceber que, bem francamente, a Bíblia desestimula as pessoas a estudarem outras línguas. A história da Torre de Babel informa que há uma única humanidade (os filhos de Deus), mas “as línguas são confusas”.

O fim da tradução PEQUIM – Pouca gente parece perceber que, bem francamente, a Bíblia desestimula as pessoas a estudarem outras línguas. A história da Torre de Babel informa que há uma única humanidade (os filhos de Deus), mas “as línguas são confusas”.

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The Zhongguo Meng is untranslatable

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「east west dichotomy」の画像検索結果

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Lingualism How Nations Compete for Terminologies - Thorsten J Pattberg

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Amazon.com: Diary of a Mad Imperialist: With an Essay on The Spirit of the German People eBook: Thorsten Pattberg: Kindle Store

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NYT: Mark Elliott Goes the Extra Mile – Chinese Terminology! Harvard Professor breaks with WASP language policy at New York Times, uses Chinese vocabulary.

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Why and How Have Chinese and Western Cultures Been Different for Thousands of Years?

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