Apresentação: 35 anos de Teoria da Metáfora Conceptual Fundamentos, problemas e novos rumos

Augusto Soares da Silva, Jan Edson Rodrigues Leite

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Texto de apresentação da edição temática “35 anos de Teoria da Metáfora Conceptual. Fundamentos, problemas e novos rumos.” Texto produzido pelos organizadores, os professores doutores Augusto Soares da Silva, da Universidade de Braga,  e Jan Edson Rodrigues Leite, da Universidade Federal da Paraíba.


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