READING PLATO'S THEAETETUS: TRANSLATION AND NEW AUTHOR COMMENTARY; International Plato Studies Bd. 20 (PHILOSOPHY, EPISTEMOLOGY, ONTOLOGY, KNOWLEDGE, FORMS, METAPHYSICS, ETHICS, DIALOGUES)

 
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