Кулькин, Анатолий Михайлович

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Библиография. Методологические проблемы генезиса науки.

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[1] Перепечатано из: Методологические проблемы генезиса науки. Реферативный сборник / Отв. ред. Л.М. Косарева. – М.: АН СССР, ИНИОН, 1977. Список составлен Сектором научно-библиографической информации по науковедению ИНИОН РАН. Составитель – Т.Н. Панченко, редактор – О.А. Барыкина.


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