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History, society and the individual theme of the 18th World Congress of Philosophy, Brighton, August 1988. by World Congress of Philosophy (18th 1988 Brighton)

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Published by "Social Sciences Today" Editorial Board in Moscow .
Written in English


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Other titlesHistory, society and the individual.
SeriesProblems of the contemporary world -- 127
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Open LibraryOL21898007M
ISBN 105020223824

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