'Unfashionable observations' on the use and abuse of Weber

Minerva 44 (3):325-337 (2006)
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Schopenhauer as educator.Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche - 1965 - Chicago,: Regenery. Edited by Eliseo Vivas.

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