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Spirova, E. M. Symbol as an Anthropological Conception

Published in journal "Philosophy and Culture", 2010-8 , pages 36-43.

Resume: There is quite a number of works devoted to the symbol. Symbol is studied from all points of view. Philosophers speak of the symbol as a cognitive term and they discuss the ontogenesis of the symbol, its difference from a sign, hermeneutics of a symbol and symbolic nature of culture. However, very rare symbol is viewed as an important category of philosophical anthropology. Meanwhile, many anthropological issues cannot be considered without addressing to philosophical understanding of human

Keywords: philosophy, culture, human, symbolic forms, ontogenesis of a symbol, sign, function, myth, feeling

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