Claim Of Language: A Case For The Humanities
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Fynsk (comparative literature and philosophy, Binghampton U.) defends the claim that it is possible to speak of research that is specifically of the humanities, focusing on the conditions of fundamental research. He offers a set of possible paths, without claiming that they are the only ones possible, in order to identify important questions that oUsed Book in Good Condition.
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