Archeologia del simbolo

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Abstract

Originally, the term "symbol" did not mean "conventional sign of something else" or "something which relates to something else by similarity". In ancient Greece it had the meaning of “a half complementary of a whole”. The essay reconstructs the epistemic history of this notion and considers the Christian culture as the key-moment of the transition to the modern meaning
Lingua originaleUndefined/Unknown
pagine (da-a)11-26
RivistaVS
Volume2006
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2006

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Lo Piparo, F. (2006). Archeologia del simbolo. VS, 2006, 11-26.

Archeologia del simbolo. / Lo Piparo, Francesco.

In: VS, Vol. 2006, 2006, pag. 11-26.

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Lo Piparo, F 2006, 'Archeologia del simbolo', VS, vol. 2006, pagg. 11-26.
Lo Piparo, Francesco. / Archeologia del simbolo. In: VS. 2006 ; Vol. 2006. pagg. 11-26.
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