Malcolm DeBevoise

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Cover: Unsustainable Inequalities: Social Justice and the EnvironmentUnsustainable Inequalities: Social Justice and the EnvironmentChancel, Lucas
DeBevoise, Malcolm
HARDCOVER10/06/2020$29.95
Cover: Good Government: Democracy beyond ElectionsGood Government: Democracy beyond ElectionsRosanvallon, Pierre
DeBevoise, Malcolm
HARDCOVER03/09/2018$41.00
Cover: Living with RobotsLiving with RobotsDumouchel, Paul
Damiano, Luisa
DeBevoise, Malcolm
HARDCOVER11/06/2017$29.95
Cover: Normandy: The Landings to the Liberation of ParisNormandy: The Landings to the Liberation of ParisWieviorka, Olivier
DeBevoise, Malcolm
PAPERBACK09/01/2010$24.50
Cover: The Physiology of Truth: Neuroscience and Human KnowledgeThe Physiology of Truth: Neuroscience and Human KnowledgeChangeux, Jean-Pierre
DeBevoise, Malcolm
PAPERBACK03/31/2009$26.00
Cover: The World Republic of LettersThe World Republic of LettersCasanova, Pascale
DeBevoise, Malcolm
PAPERBACK04/30/2007$29.50
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