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Language and Myth - 46 edition

Language and Myth (ISBN10: 0486200515; ISBN13: 9780486200514)
ISBN13: 978-0486200514
ISBN10: 0486200515

Summary: Analyzes nonrational thought processes, demonstrating underlying grammar; Indian philosophy, Schelling modern poetry, etc.

Edition/Copyright: 46
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Dover Publications, Inc.
Published: 06/01/1953
International: No



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Inc., New York 1953 Softcover Reprint Edition. 103 pages. Softcover. Good condition. CULTURAL HISTORY. In this important study Ernst Cassirer analyzes the non-rational thought processes that go to m ...show moreake up culture. He demonstrates that beneath both language and myth there lies an unconscious "grammar" of experience, whose categories and canons are not those of logical thought. He shows that this prelogical "logic" is not merely an undeveloped state of rationality, but something basically different, and that this archaic mode of thought still has enormous power over even our most rigorous thought, in language, poetry and myth. Includes an Index. (Key Words: Language, Myth, Ernst Cassirer, Cultural History, Magic, Religious Thought, Metaphor). ...show less
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