Isak Dinesen Reading Søren Kierkegaard: On Christianity, Seduction, Gender, and Repetition

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Isak Dinesen Reading Søren Kierkegaard : On Christianity, Seduction, Gender, and Repetition. / Bunch, Mads.

Cambridge, UK : Maney Publishing, 2017. 198 s.

Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportBogForskningfagfællebedømt

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Bunch, M 2017, Isak Dinesen Reading Søren Kierkegaard: On Christianity, Seduction, Gender, and Repetition. Maney Publishing, Cambridge, UK.

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Bunch, M. (2017). Isak Dinesen Reading Søren Kierkegaard: On Christianity, Seduction, Gender, and Repetition. Cambridge, UK: Maney Publishing.

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Bunch M. Isak Dinesen Reading Søren Kierkegaard: On Christianity, Seduction, Gender, and Repetition. Cambridge, UK: Maney Publishing, 2017. 198 s.

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Bunch, Mads. / Isak Dinesen Reading Søren Kierkegaard : On Christianity, Seduction, Gender, and Repetition. Cambridge, UK : Maney Publishing, 2017. 198 s.

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