Hume, Kant and Kelsen

Phillips, O. 2009. Hume, Kant and Kelsen. Student Law Review. 58, pp. 53-56.

TitleHume, Kant and Kelsen
AuthorsPhillips, O.
JournalStudent Law Review
Journal citation58, pp. 53-56
ISSN0961-0391
Year2009
PublisherRoutledge-Cavendish Law Arena
Publication dates
Published2009

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