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Title:

Sny, świadomość i jaźń: perspektywa filozoficzna

Subtitle:

Teksty Drugie Nr 5 (2016)

Creator:

Windt, Jennifer M.

Publisher:

IBL PAN

Place of publishing:

Warszawa

Date issued/created:

2016

Description:

21 cm ; Pol. text, eng. summary

Subject and Keywords:

dreaming ; philosophy of dreaming ; consciousness

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Relation:

Teksty Drugie

Issue:

5

Start page:

338

End page:

359

Resource Type:

Article : original article

Format:

application/pdf

Resource Identifier:

0867-0633 ; 10.18318/td.2016.5.22

Source:

IBL PAN, call no. P.I.2524 ; click here to follow the link

Language:

pol

Language of abstract:

eng

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Rights Reserved - Free Access

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Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences

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