Sinboloen joko anizkoitza euskal mitologian
ARANA, Anuntzi (1999) Sinboloen joko anizkoitza euskal mitologian. Inx: Erlijio eta sinboloak = Religión y símbolos = Religion et symboles. Zainak. Cuadernos de Antropología-Etnografía (18). Eusko Ikaskuntza, Donostia-San Sebastián, pp. 161-174. ISBN 84-8419-985-1
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The value of the symbol is not intrinsic and universal but conditioned by the context: even in a single context the meaning of the same symbol can be changing, in certain Basque mythical legends. In other occasions, symbols of equal meaning appear together, thus becoming reinforced thanks to the redundancy. Or, on the contrary, when those that they have a given meaning (intimist and aggressive, for example) appear near each other, their contrast is emphasized; when this does not happen they appear as complementary, gathered within a same mythical being, expressing their duplicity. There is also duplicity in what refers to symbol efficiency, since the formal structure induces a semantic content, as they are both inseparable, although here we differentiate them in order to carry out the study.
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