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On the Aesthetics of Roman Ingarden: Interpretations and Assessments (Nijhoff International Philosophy Series)

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On the Aesthetics of Roman Ingarden: Interpretations and Assessments (Nijhoff International Philosophy Series)

by Dziemidok, B. and McCormick, P

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Kluwer Academic Publ., 1989; octavo, 301pp; solid binding and text block; light pencil checkmarks in table of contents; 3 pages contain some light pencil underlining; small surface tear at base of spine/front cover hinge; tiny surface chip at midpoint of front cover edge; some light discoloration near top of hinge upon both front pastedown and ffep. Hard Cover. Good.

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Title
On the Aesthetics of Roman Ingarden: Interpretations and Assessments (Nijhoff International Philosophy Series)
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Dziemidok, B. and McCormick, P
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Hardcover
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Used - Good
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Hardcover

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