First Person Authority and the Merits of Minimal Monism

Stoecker R (2003)
In: Monism. Bächli A, Petrus K (Eds); Philosophische Analyse, 9, . Frankfurt a.M., New York: Ontos-Verl.: 235-254.

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Stoecker R. First Person Authority and the Merits of Minimal Monism. In: Bächli A, Petrus K, eds. Monism. Philosophische Analyse, 9. Frankfurt a.M., New York: Ontos-Verl.; 2003: 235-254.
Stoecker, R. (2003). First Person Authority and the Merits of Minimal Monism. In A. Bächli & K. Petrus (Eds.), Philosophische Analyse, 9. Monism (pp. 235-254). Frankfurt a.M., New York: Ontos-Verl.
Stoecker, R. (2003). “First Person Authority and the Merits of Minimal Monism” in Monism, ed. A. Bächli and K. Petrus Philosophische Analyse, 9 (Frankfurt a.M., New York: Ontos-Verl.), 235-254.
Stoecker, R., 2003. First Person Authority and the Merits of Minimal Monism. In A. Bächli & K. Petrus, eds. Monism. Philosophische Analyse, 9. Frankfurt a.M., New York: Ontos-Verl., pp. 235-254.
R. Stoecker, “First Person Authority and the Merits of Minimal Monism”, Monism, A. Bächli and K. Petrus, eds., Philosophische Analyse, 9, Frankfurt a.M., New York: Ontos-Verl., 2003, pp.235-254.
Stoecker, R.: First Person Authority and the Merits of Minimal Monism. In: Bächli, A. and Petrus, K. (eds.) Monism. Philosophische Analyse, 9. p. 235-254. Ontos-Verl., Frankfurt a.M., New York (2003).
Stoecker, Ralf. “First Person Authority and the Merits of Minimal Monism”. Monism. Ed. Andreas Bächli and Klaus Petrus. Frankfurt a.M., New York: Ontos-Verl., 2003. Philosophische Analyse, 9. 235-254.
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