Wissenschaftsphilosophen im Krieg - Impromptus

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WOLTERS, Gereon, 2016. Wissenschaftsphilosophen im Krieg - Impromptus. In: ECKART, Wolfgang U., ed., Rainer GODEL, ed.. "Krieg der Gelehrten" und die Welt der Akademien 1914-1924. 1. Auflage. Stuttgart:Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft, pp. 147-164. ISBN 978-3-8047-3612-2

@incollection{Wolters2016Wisse-41449, title={Wissenschaftsphilosophen im Krieg - Impromptus}, year={2016}, edition={1. Auflage}, number={68}, isbn={978-3-8047-3612-2}, address={Stuttgart}, publisher={Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft}, series={Acta Historica Leopoldina}, booktitle={"Krieg der Gelehrten" und die Welt der Akademien 1914-1924}, pages={147--164}, editor={Eckart, Wolfgang U. and Godel, Rainer}, author={Wolters, Gereon} }

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