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The philosophy of the conditioned. Comprising some remarks on Sir William Hamilton's philosophy, and on Mr. J.S. Mill's examination of that philosophy,

Author: Henry Longueville Mansel
Publisher: London, New York, A. Strahan, 1866.
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Mansel, Henry Longueville, 1820-1871.
Philosophy of the conditioned.
London, New York, A. Strahan, 1866
(OCoLC)644272559
Named Person: William Hamilton, Sir; John Stuart Mill; John Stuart Mill
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Longueville Mansel
OCLC Number: 3046114
Notes: Reprint, with additions, from "The Contemporary review."
Description: vii, 189 pages 21 cm
Responsibility: by H.L. Mansel.

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