Signification in Language and Culture
Harjeet Singh Gill
Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 2002 - 675 pages
Contributed articles presented during the International Symposium on Signification in Buddhist and French Traditions held at Indian Institute of Advanced Study in Sept. 2001.
Abélard and the Meaning of the Propositions
Saussure la Pensée Indienne
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