Call for Proposals
Issue 30, april 2016
Call for Papers
Issue 28, April 2015
Experts And Expertise. Interdisciplinary Issues
Editors: Elisabetta Lalumera (University of Milano - Bicocca), Giovanni Tuzet (Bocconi University - Milano)
Issue 29, October 2015
Causation And Mental Causation
Editors: Raffaella Campaner (University of Bologna), Carlo Gabbani (University of Firenze)
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