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Vol 5: (2007) Chr. Kanzian, M. Legenhausen (Eds.): Substance and Attribute. Western and Islamic Traditions in Dialogue Ghazali on Immaterial Substances Abstract PDF
Boris Henning
 
Vol 5: (2007) Chr. Kanzian, M. Legenhausen (Eds.): Substance and Attribute. Western and Islamic Traditions in Dialogue Ibn Sina on Substances and Accidents Abstract PDF
Erwin Tegtmeier
 
Vol 1: (2006) Friedrich Stadler and Michael Stöltzner (Eds.): Time and History Zur Entwicklung des Zeitbegriffs: Aristoteles und der Zeitbegriff in der relativistischen Kosmologie Abstract PDF
Peter C. Aichelburg
 
Vol 2: (2006) Alois Pichler / Simo Säätelä (Eds.): Wittgenstein: The Philosopher and his Works Impure reason vindicated Abstract PDF
Allan Janik
 
Vol 17: (2011) R. Heinrich, E. Nemeth, W. Pichler, D. Wagner (Eds.): Image and Imaging in Philosophy, Science Zwischen innen und außen. Für eine Pragmatik des Diagrammatischen Abstract PDF
Steffen Bogen
 
Vol 5: (2007) Chr. Kanzian, M. Legenhausen (Eds.): Substance and Attribute. Western and Islamic Traditions in Dialogue Aristotle and Farabi on the Definition and Priority of Substance Abstract PDF
Mohsen Javadi
 
Vol 5: (2007) Chr. Kanzian, M. Legenhausen (Eds.): Substance and Attribute. Western and Islamic Traditions in Dialogue Substance, Nature, and Immanence – Form in Aristotle´s Constituent Ontology Abstract PDF
Michael J. Loux
 
Vol 5: (2007) Chr. Kanzian, M. Legenhausen (Eds.): Substance and Attribute. Western and Islamic Traditions in Dialogue From Aristotle’s Ousia to Ibn Sina’s Jawhar Abstract PDF
Shahram Pazouki
 
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