Animal Symbolicum as Homo Interrogans. : Cassirer's Philosophy between Neo-Kantianism and Philosophical Anthropology

In Richard Lanigan (ed.), Cassirer on Communicology: The Symbolic Forms of Language, Art, Myth and Religion in Culture. University of Chicago Press (forthcoming)

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