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Hypatia's silence: Truth, justification, and entitlement

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Hypatia's silence : Truth, justification, and entitlement. / Fischer, Martin; Horsten, Leon; Nicolai, Carlo.

In: Noûs, 09.05.2019.

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Fischer, Martin ; Horsten, Leon ; Nicolai, Carlo. / Hypatia's silence : Truth, justification, and entitlement. In: Noûs. 2019.

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