"Nothingis more firmly believed than that which we know list"
Michel de Montaigne
Thewide and differentiated use of the term "symbol" in the most variedfields of application (from mathematics to saussarian linguistic philosophy orotherwise; from philosophy to anthropology; from art to literary criticism, toreligion and the events of everyday life) makes not only a merely even ageneralized but constant nucleus, but also the individuation of property 
Inorder to delineate an initial first notion of the term, we just refer to theactual data deriving from our own everyday experience. In this way we note thepresence of those symbols that identify,' institutions, assosiations, partiesand other conoscitive... Continuar leyendo