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Publication . Review . 2004

Arkæologi, filosofi og retorik

Wienberg, Jes;
Open Access
Danish
Published: 01 Jan 2004
Publisher: Medeltidsarkeologiska föreningen
Country: Sweden
Abstract
Archaeology, philosophy and rhetoric: A review and faculty opposition of Asgeir Svestads doctoral dissertation “Finn din egen filosof” (“Find your own philosopher”) presented at the University of Tromsø, Norway, February 2004. The dissertation critically examines an article by Lise Nordenborg Myhre and the doctoral dissertations by Johan Hegardt, Håkan Karlsson and Michel Notelid.
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Archaeology

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