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Neurophilosophy at Work by Paul Churchland - Hardcover - 2007 - from Revaluation Books (SKU: 2-0521864720)

Neurophilosophy at Work

Neurophilosophy at Work by Paul Churchland - Hardcover - 2007 - from Revaluation Books (SKU: 2-0521864720)
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Neurophilosophy at Work

by Paul Churchland

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9780521864725
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Cambridge Univ Pr, 2007. Hardcover. New. 1st edition. 249 pages. 9.00x6.25x0.75 inches.

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Title
Neurophilosophy at Work
Author
Paul Churchland
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Hardcover
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Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
0521864720
ISBN 13
9780521864725
Publisher
Cambridge Univ Pr
Date Published
2007

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