Pure Cognitivism and Beyond


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TANYI, Attila, 2013. Pure Cognitivism and Beyond. In: Acta Analytica. 29(3), pp. 331-348. ISSN 0353-5150. eISSN 1874-6349

@article{Tanyi2013Cogni-24964, title={Pure Cognitivism and Beyond}, year={2013}, doi={10.1007/s12136-013-0210-8}, number={3}, volume={29}, issn={0353-5150}, journal={Acta Analytica}, pages={331--348}, author={Tanyi, Attila} }

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