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When unveiling the epistemic fallacy ends with committing the ontological fallacy

Jeroen Van Bouwel UGent (2003) PHILOSOPHICA (GENT). 71. p.81-98
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subject
journal title
PHILOSOPHICA (GENT)
Philosophica (Gent)
volume
71
pages
81 - 98
ISSN
0379-8402
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A2
VABB id
c:vabb:192542
VABB type
VABB-1
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219576
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-219576
date created
2004-05-19 23:51:00
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2016-12-19 15:38:05
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {81--98},
  title        = {When unveiling the epistemic fallacy ends with committing the ontological fallacy},
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Chicago
Van Bouwel, Jeroen. 2003. “When Unveiling the Epistemic Fallacy Ends with Committing the Ontological Fallacy.” Philosophica (gent) 71: 81–98.
APA
Van Bouwel, J. (2003). When unveiling the epistemic fallacy ends with committing the ontological fallacy. PHILOSOPHICA (GENT), 71, 81–98.
Vancouver
1.
Van Bouwel J. When unveiling the epistemic fallacy ends with committing the ontological fallacy. PHILOSOPHICA (GENT). 2003;71:81–98.
MLA
Van Bouwel, Jeroen. “When Unveiling the Epistemic Fallacy Ends with Committing the Ontological Fallacy.” PHILOSOPHICA (GENT) 71 (2003): 81–98. Print.