John F. Humphrey reviews Roy Wagner’s The Invention of Culture and Symbols that Stand for Themselves, both published by University of Chicago Press. Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. John F. Humphrey, review of The Invention of Culture and Symbols that Stand for Themselves, by Roy Wagner, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 13:1 (1988), pp. 158–65.
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