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Introduction to the reading of Hegel

@inproceedings{Kojve1947IntroductionTT,
  title={Introduction to the reading of Hegel},
  author={Alexandre Koj{\`e}ve and Raymond Queneau and Allan David Bloom and James Hanstings Nichols},
  year={1947}
}
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