Idols to Die, Symbols to Live (Paul Ricoeur)

Interculturual (1999)
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Kuruvilla Pandikattu
University of Innsbruck
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The work on the initial writings of Paul Riceour (symbols, metaphor, myth and parable) and their application to not only religious realm, but to human life itself.
Keywords symbol  ricoeur  myth  metaphor  parable  religious language
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