AXIOLOGICAL SKETCHES OF IMAGES OF WOMEN AND MEN IN RUSSIAN PHRASEOLOGY (DYNAMICS AND POLES OF EVALUATION)
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This article is devoted to the images of woman and man in Russian phraseology – in terms of axiology and through the separation of a two-part array of proverbs with vivid evaluation fluctuations, even contradicting each other. Obviously, folk wisdom can counter-attack its basic tenets. Which means we should not trust the clichéd distribution of marks: women and men are also judged by deviating from the painful categoricality of stereotypes.
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