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Title‘Grasping the Difficulty in its Depth’: Wittgenstein and Globally Engaged Philosophy
Author (Name in English or Pinyin)
Date Issued2019
Source PublicationSOPHIA
ISSN0038-1527
DOI10.1007/s11841-019-00742-y
Firstlevel Discipline哲学
Education discipline社科类
Published range国外学术期刊
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CollectionSchool of Humanities and Social Science
Corresponding AuthorCarroll, T.D.
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[1] The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, China
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