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Philosophy 100 Essential Thinkers: The Ideas That Have Shaped Our World (Popular Reference)

Title: Philosophy( 100 Essential Thinkers( The Ideas That Have Shaped Our World) Binding: Paperback Author: PhilipStokes Publisher: ArcturusPublishingLtd,

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