The Practical Essence of Man: The 'Activity Approach' in Late Soviet Philosophy

Boston: Brill (2015)
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This edited collection of original research represents the first substantial English-language overview of the current in late Soviet philosophy known as the 'activity approach'.

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Vesa Oittinen
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