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The philosophy of Helvetius, with special emphasis on the educational implications of sensationalism,

Author: Mordecai Grossman
Publisher: New York City, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1926.
Series: Contributions to education, no. 210.
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Grossman, Mordecai, 1897-
Philosophy of Helvetius.
New York City, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1926
(OCoLC)651906888
Named Person: Helvétius; Helvétius
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mordecai Grossman
OCLC Number: 4745117
Notes: Published also as thesis (PH. D.) Columbia University, 1926.
Description: 3 preliminary leaves, 181 pages 24 cm.
Series Title: Contributions to education, no. 210.
Responsibility: by Mordecai Grossman ...

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