The Programming Approach: As Epistemologically Based, Futuristic Decision and ‘Rational Utopia’

  • Franco Archibugi


Volume I follows chapter content numbering style, this volume, and Volume III follows chapter only numbering style. Please confirm which form should be followed for section cross-references as the style is inconsistent between the three volumes.

Bibliographical References to Chapter 1 (Vol. II)

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  • Franco Archibugi
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  1. 1.RomeItaly

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