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STEMMER, Peter, 2022. Zur Idee der Freiheit. In: Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie. De Gruyter. 70(4), pp. 571-590. ISSN 0012-1045. eISSN 2192-1482. Available under: doi: 10.1515/dzph-2022-0040

@article{Stemmer2022Freih-59236, title={Zur Idee der Freiheit}, year={2022}, doi={10.1515/dzph-2022-0040}, number={4}, volume={70}, issn={0012-1045}, journal={Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie}, pages={571--590}, author={Stemmer, Peter} }

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