By Franz Brentano

ISBN-10: 8474908396

ISBN-13: 9788474908398

Esta es los angeles primera traducción al español de los angeles disertación con l. a. que un jovencísimo Franz Brentano de apenas 25 años se doctoró in absentia por los angeles Universidad de Tubinga, en 1862. los angeles obra fue publicada ese mismo año en Friburgo, sin que desde entonces haya conocido nueva edición alemana, a pesar de lo cual se ha convertido

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