Graduate studies at Western
Albany, State University of New York Press (1968)
|Abstract||To render the movement of life would involve following, abandoning, and then retracing a hundred different paths; it would mean going outside of France and ...|
|Keywords||Philosophy, French Philosophy, American|
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|Call number||B2421.F3 1968|
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