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Revisiting the Idea of the University

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Revisiting the Idea of the University. / Bengtsen, Søren Smedegaard (Editor); Sørensen, Asger (Editor).

Brill, 2019. 153 p. (Danish Yearbook of Philosophy; No. 1, Vol. 52).

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Harvard

Bengtsen, SS & Sørensen, A (eds) 2019, Revisiting the Idea of the University. Danish Yearbook of Philosophy, no. 1, vol. 52, Brill.

APA

Bengtsen, S. S., & Sørensen, A. (Eds.) (2019). Revisiting the Idea of the University. Brill. Danish Yearbook of Philosophy Vol. 52 No. 1

CBE

Bengtsen SS, Sørensen A, ed. 2019. Revisiting the Idea of the University. Brill. 153 p. (Danish Yearbook of Philosophy; No. 1, Vol. 52).

MLA

Bengtsen, Søren Smedegaard and Asger Sørensen, ed. Revisiting the Idea of the University Brill. 2019. (Danish Yearbook of Philosophy; Journal number 1, Vol. 52).

Vancouver

Bengtsen SS, (ed.), Sørensen A, (ed.). Revisiting the Idea of the University. Brill, 2019. 153 p. (Danish Yearbook of Philosophy; No. 1, Vol. 52).

Author

Bengtsen, Søren Smedegaard (Editor) ; Sørensen, Asger (Editor). / Revisiting the Idea of the University. Brill, 2019. 153 p. (Danish Yearbook of Philosophy; No. 1, Vol. 52).

Bibtex

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