Mercer (1995)

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In Kant's Idealism, Professor Neujahr argues - he may be the first to do so - that there is no single doctrine that is Kant's transcendental idealism to either ...
Keywords Idealism, German
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Call number B2799.I42.N48 1995
ISBN(s) 086554476X   9780865544765
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