The Thought and Social Engagement in the Mexican-American Philosophy of John H. Haddox: A Collection of Critical Appreciations
Edwin Mellen Press (2010)
AbstractThought and Social Engagement in the Mexican-American Philosophy of John H. Haddox : A Collection of Critical Appreciations
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