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Volume III in the first comparative history of the humanities, focusing on the period 1850-2000.
€ 79,00
Experts of diverse disciplines join forces to analyse the new publication cultures in the humanities.
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A philosophical look into that we call our own 'strange body', and how we use choose to adjust to radical physical changes.
€ 119,00
Was Surrealism involved with occultism and the esoteric? A special examination of the movement's leadership by its founder, André Breton.
€ 99,00
How did Ukraine reach its currest unrent and violence? A study on the rich history of the transition from socialism to the market democracy of today.
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An exploration of the transformation of psychopathologies into cultural phenomena.
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