Fordham University Press (2009)

Claude Romano
Australian Catholic University
Claude Romano seeks to change all that, to describe precisely what sort of phenomenon an event is and to establish how it can be grasped via a phenomenology.
Keywords Events (Philosophy  Phenomenology
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Call number B2433.R663.E9413 2009
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