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CHAPTER I THE INTELLECTUAL CHARACTER OF POSITIVISM The object of The object of all true Philosophy is Philosophy is to frame a system which shall compre- to ...
Keywords Positivism
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Reprint years 1972
Call number B2228.E5.B7 1972
ISBN(s) 1171671504   1162974257   1149381612   1163436542
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