Masterpieces in World Philosophy. Reference Sources in Philosophy and Psychology – The 100’s LIBR 150 Spring 2007 Dave Van Kleeck. Bibliographic Information:. Authors: Edited by Frank N. Magill; Selections and Introduction by John K. Roth
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Masterpieces in World Philosophy
Reference Sources in Philosophy and Psychology – The 100’s
LIBR 150 Spring 2007
Dave Van Kleeck
Selections and Introduction by John K. Roth
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