Q: Is symbol a mark? ¶
A: Yes, and sign, or word that indicates, signifies, or is understood as representing an idea, object, or relationship.
Q: Is symbol not inherent in the symbol itself but is culturally learned? ¶
Q: Is symbol the story of a man who? ¶
A: Yes, when told that a particular food item was whale blubber, could barely keep from throwing it up.
Q: Are symbols the basis of all human understanding and serve as vehicles of conception for all human knowledge? ¶
Q: Are symbols complex? ¶
A: Yes, and their meanings can evolve as the individual or culture evolves.
Q: Is symbol an energy evoking? ¶
A: Yes, and directing, agent.
Q: Are symbols born and die? ¶
Q: Are symbols not just relevant to the theory of dreams but also to "normal symbol systems"? ¶
A: Yes, He says they are related through "substitution", where one word, phrase, or symbol is substituted for another in order to change the meaning.
Q: Are symbols a means of complex communication that often can have multiple levels of meaning? ¶
Q: Is symbol one of many factors in determining a particular symbol's apparent meaning? ¶
Q: Is symbol that it gives access to deeper layers of reality which are otherwise inaccessible? ¶
Q: Is symbol taken for reality? ¶
Q: Are symbols used in cartography to communicate geographical information? ¶
A: Yes, As with other symbols, visual variables such as size, shape, orientation, texture, and pattern provide meaning to the symbol.