Bîn-cho̍k-ha̍k

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Bîn-cho̍k-ha̍k (Eng-gí: ethnology; Hi-lia̍p gí-goân: ἔθνος, ethnos, ì-sù bîn-cho̍k, tùi-tâng Eng-gí nation.[1]) sī jîn-lūi-ha̍k ê hun-ki, choan-bûn pí-kàu kap hun-sek bô kâng kûn jîn-bîn ê sèng-chit kap in chi kan ê koan-hē.

Iōng-gí[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

18 sè-kí ê ha̍k-chiá Adam Franz Kollár sú-iōng ethnologia chit jī, tī i 1783 nî tī Wien chhut-pán ê tì-chok Historiae ivrisqve pvblici Regni Vngariae amoenitates pat kā tēng-gī[2] chò "tùi bîn-cho̍k kap jîn-bîn ê kho-ha̍k, ia̍h sī, chhut-o̍h ê lâng sûn-mn̄g chē khoán bîn-cho̍k in khí-goân, giân-gí, koàn-si̍p, chè-tō͘, jî-chhiá té-bé kiâⁿ ji̍p chó͘-kok kap kó͘-chek, beh tī ka-tī ê sî-kan phòaⁿ-toān hia bîn-cho̍k kap jîn-bîn ê gián-kiù.”[3] Kollár tùi giân-gí-ha̍k kap bûn-hòa to-iūⁿ-sèng ê hèng-chhù koan-hē tio̍h i chhut-sin ê to-cho̍k-kûn to-giân-gí ê Hông-gâ-lī Ông-kok, kap i chū-sin Slovak lâng ê pōe-kéng, koh ū tong-sî Osman Tè-kok soeh-thè sî-tāi Balkan lâng ê piàn-tōng.[4]

Chham-chiàu[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. "ethno-". Oxford Dictionaries. Oxford University Press. 21 March 2013 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  2. Zmago Šmitek and Božidar Jezernik, "The anthropological tradition in Slovenia." In: Han F. Vermeulen and Arturo Alvarez Roldán, eds. Fieldwork and Footnotes: Studies in the History of European Anthropology. 1995.
  3. Kollár, Adam František − Historiae jurisque publici regni Ungariae amoenitates, I-II. Vienna., 1783
  4. Gheorghiţă Geană, "Discovering the whole of humankind: the genesis of anthropology through the Hegelian looking-glass." In: Han F. Vermeulen and Arturo Alvarez Roldán, eds. Fieldwork and Footnotes: Studies in the History of European Anthropology. 1995.