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Adventures of Ideas (original 1933; edition 1967)

by Alfred North Whitehead (Author)

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History of the human race from the point of view of mankind's changing ideas--sociological, cosmological, philosophica.
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Title:Adventures of Ideas
Authors:Alfred North Whitehead (Author)
Info:The Free Press (1967), Edition: 1st Free Press Pbk. Ed, 320 pages
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