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Philosopher"s Index A Retrospective Index to U. S. Publications from 1940 by Richard H. Lineback

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Published by Bowling Green State Univ Philosophy .
Written in English


  • Philosophy

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Open LibraryOL11404155M
ISBN 100912632097
ISBN 109780912632094

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