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What Descartes Did Not Know. / Ahlström, Kristoffer.

I: Journal of Value Inquiry, Bind Vol. 44, Nr. 3, 2010, s. 297-311.

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Ahlström, K 2010, 'What Descartes Did Not Know', Journal of Value Inquiry, bind Vol. 44, nr. 3, s. 297-311.

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Ahlström, K. (2010). What Descartes Did Not Know. Journal of Value Inquiry, Vol. 44(3), 297-311.

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Ahlström K. What Descartes Did Not Know. Journal of Value Inquiry. 2010;Vol. 44(3):297-311.

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Ahlström, Kristoffer. / What Descartes Did Not Know. I: Journal of Value Inquiry. 2010 ; Bind Vol. 44, Nr. 3. s. 297-311.

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