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The Philosophy of Language
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Oxford University Press, November 2000. Trade Paperback. Used Very Good. Very Good books: Generally have minor surface flaws, such as store stickers and light soiling, to covers and/or jackets if so issued. Jackets may be price clipped and/or have light chipping and/or short tears as noted. Some bumping and shelf wear to be expected. May have prev. owner name, remainder mark, or occasional dog-earred page, but otherwise unmarked. Tight binding. Will have any accessory materials present.
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- The Philosophy of Language
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- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Oxford University Press
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- November 2000
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We are a brick and mortar store located in downtown Stillwater, Oklahoma. Bliss Books & Bindery offers a curated selection of new and used books, book binding repair and restoration services, cards, and curiosities. We are named after our shop dog, Bliss, and Joseph Campbell's admonition to "follow your bliss, and don't be afraid."
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