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God & nature : the second of two volumes... based on the Gifford : lectures delivered in the University of Edinburgh in 1919 and 1921 / ed. by A. K. Stout ; memoir by J. A. Passmore : [bibliog.]
Bib ID 927058
Format BookBook
Author
Stout, G. F. (George Frederick), 1860-1944
 
Description Camb. : Univ. Press, 1952 
liv, 334p. : port. ; 23cm. 
Subjects Metaphysics.
Other authors/contributors Passmore, John, 1914-2004  |  Stout, Alan

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