Metaphor and Symbol 36 (4):256-264 (2021)

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Across many languages and cultures, people tend to explicitly and implicitly associate brightness with God and darkness with the Devil. In the current research, we used an explicit Brightness-Godas...
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DOI 10.1080/10926488.2021.1932506
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