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Metasociology: An Inquiry into the Origins and Validity of Social Thought by  Dag Osterberg - Reprint - 1989 - from House of Our Own Books (SKU: 005600)

Metasociology: An Inquiry into the Origins and Validity of Social Thought

Metasociology: An Inquiry into the Origins and Validity of Social Thought by  Dag Osterberg - Reprint - 1989 - from House of Our Own Books (SKU: 005600)
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Metasociology: An Inquiry into the Origins and Validity of Social Thought

by Osterberg, Dag

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8200027228
ISBN 13
9788200027225
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Oslo, Norway: Norwegian University Press, 1989. Reprint. Fine. This is a treatise on the diverse modes of social thought and their relation to each other, and to the historical emergence of the modern State, the Market, and the Individual (white cover with black & red lettering; a bright, clean, tight copy in nearly perfect condition)

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Title
Metasociology: An Inquiry into the Origins and Validity of Social Thought
Author
Osterberg, Dag
Book condition
Used - Fine
Edition
Reprint
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ISBN 10
8200027228
ISBN 13
9788200027225
Publisher
Norwegian University Press
Place of Publication
Oslo, Norway
Date Published
1989
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