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Symbolism, its meaning and effect

By: Whitehead, Alfred North
Material type: TextTextNew York, NY Capricorn Books 1959Description: viii, 88pContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume Subject(s): Symbolism (Psychology)LOC classification: BF458 .W5 1959Abstract: '...not only considers the general problems of symbolism, but is also concerned with symbolism in relation to the problem of perception, to our capacity for knowledge of "the outside world."...shows that symbolism plays a dominant part in the way in which all higher organisms function and exist, and that it is potentially the cause of all progress, and the potential cause of fatal error.'
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Barbour-Page Lectures, University of Virginia, 1927.

'...not only considers the general problems of symbolism, but is also concerned with symbolism in relation to the problem of perception, to our capacity for knowledge of "the outside world."...shows that symbolism plays a dominant part in the way in which all higher organisms function and exist, and that it is potentially the cause of all progress, and the potential cause of fatal error.'

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