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The power and religion of the Turks of the middle Ages

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In the second part, he began to develop the technique of descriptive phenomenology, with the aim of showing how objective judgments are indeed grounded in conscious experience—not, however, in the first-person experience of particular individuals, but in the properties essential to any experiences of the kind in question. How do they differ from the essences of St. Alcmaeon of Croton, a physician who practiced at the end of the sixth and the start of the fifth century B.

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Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (May 7, 2015)

ISBN: 3659710350

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