2 edition of Life and finite individuality found in the catalog.
Life and finite individuality
Herbert Wildon Carr
|Statement||by J.S. Haldane, D"Arcy Wentworth Thompson, P. Chalmers Mitchell and L.T. Hobhouse ; 2. by Bernard Bosanquet, A.S. Pringle-Pattison, G.F. Stout, and Viscount Haldane ; edited by H. Wilson Carr.|
|Contributions||Haldane, J. S. 1860-1936., Thompson, D"Arcy Wentworth, 1860-1948., Mitchell, Peter Chalmers, Sir, 1864-, Hobhouse, L. T. 1864-1929., Bosanquet, Bernard, 1848-1923., Seth Pringle-Pattison, A. 1856-1931., Stout, George Frederick, 1860-1944., Haldane, R. B. Haldane Viscount, 1856-1928.|
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