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Some criticisms of the application to English of a Quinean notion of logical truth

Marion Deckert

Some criticisms of the application to English of a Quinean notion of logical truth

by Marion Deckert

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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 26016
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Paginationiii, 183 l.
Number of Pages183
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Open LibraryOL1367921M
LC Control Number92895217

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Some criticisms of the application to English of a Quinean notion of logical truth by Marion Deckert Download PDF EPUB FB2

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