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Vol 1: (2006) Friedrich Stadler and Michael Stöltzner (Eds.): Time and History Memory and the A-Series Abstract PDF
Robin Le Poidevin
 
Vol 1: (2006) Friedrich Stadler and Michael Stöltzner (Eds.): Time and History Zeit und Geschichte in frühen Kulturen Abstract PDF
Jan Assmann
 
Vol 1: (2006) Friedrich Stadler and Michael Stöltzner (Eds.): Time and History Drei Pioniere der philosophisch-linguistischen Analyse von Zeit und Tempus: Mauthner, Jespersen, Reichenbach Abstract PDF
Elisabeth Leinfellner
 
Vol 1: (2006) Friedrich Stadler and Michael Stöltzner (Eds.): Time and History Wittgenstein on Time (1929–1933) Abstract PDF
Joachim Schulte
 
Vol 1: (2006) Friedrich Stadler and Michael Stöltzner (Eds.): Time and History Kulturelle Zeitgestalten Abstract PDF
Aleida Assmann
 
Vol 15: (2010) V. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang (Eds.): Language and World. Part Two. Signs, Minds and Actions Wittgenstein and Sebald: The Place of Home and the Grammar of Memory Abstract PDF
David Schalkwyk
 
Vol 7: (2008) Herbert Hrachovec, Alois Pichler (Eds.): Philosophy of the Information Society Binding Time: Harold Innis and the balance of new media Abstract PDF
Chris Chesher
 
Vol 1: (2006) Friedrich Stadler and Michael Stöltzner (Eds.): Time and History Wittgenstein’s Times (And Ours) Abstract PDF
Jaakko Hintikka
 
Vol 1: (2006) Friedrich Stadler and Michael Stöltzner (Eds.): Time and History Die Theorie der somatisch-neuronalen Entstehung von Werten, die a-chronologische Gedächtniszeit und die Verschränkung von Zeit und Bewerten Abstract PDF
Werner Leinfellner
 
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