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I agree with Cassirer when he says that, myth, art, language and science appear as symbols; not in the sense of mere figures which refer to some given reality by means of suggestion and allegorical . . . in the sense of forces each of which produces and posits a world of its own. (p. 8).
Cassirer believed that human beings were superior of all symbolizing animals. Our achievements, science, religion, arts, history, political thought, religion, language - they all are unique parts of our evolutionary process and help us to understand our experience and the world. He believes that these sy…
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