Review of the Volume „Ipostaze ale simbolului în lumea tradițională” [Instances of the Symbol in the Traditional World], Author: Daniel Cojanu, Lumen Publishing
Keywords:symbol, traditional society, Daniel Cojanu
This paper is a book review of the volume "Ipostaze ale simbolului în lumea tradițională” [Instances of the Symbol in the Traditional World], authored by Daniel Cojanu, and published by Lumen Publishing House from Iasi, Romania, in 2019.
Cojanu, D. (2019). Ipostaze ale simbolului în lumea tradiţională [Instances of the Symbol in the Traditional World]. Lumen Publishing House.
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