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Deploying panpsychism for the demarcation of panentheism

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Deploying panpsychism for the demarcation of panentheism. / Leidenhag, Joanna.

Panentheism and Panpsychism: Philosophy of religion meets philosophy of mind. ed. / Godehard Brüntrup; Benedikt Glöcke ; Ludwig Jaskolla. Mentis, 2020. p. 65-90 (Innsbruck studies in philosophy of religion; Vol. 2).

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Harvard

Leidenhag, J 2020, Deploying panpsychism for the demarcation of panentheism. in G Brüntrup, B Glöcke & L Jaskolla (eds), Panentheism and Panpsychism: Philosophy of religion meets philosophy of mind. Innsbruck studies in philosophy of religion, vol. 2, Mentis, pp. 65-90. https://doi.org/10.30965/9783957437303_005

APA

Leidenhag, J. (2020). Deploying panpsychism for the demarcation of panentheism. In G. Brüntrup, B. Glöcke , & L. Jaskolla (Eds.), Panentheism and Panpsychism: Philosophy of religion meets philosophy of mind (pp. 65-90). (Innsbruck studies in philosophy of religion; Vol. 2). Mentis. https://doi.org/10.30965/9783957437303_005

Vancouver

Leidenhag J. Deploying panpsychism for the demarcation of panentheism. In Brüntrup G, Glöcke B, Jaskolla L, editors, Panentheism and Panpsychism: Philosophy of religion meets philosophy of mind. Mentis. 2020. p. 65-90. (Innsbruck studies in philosophy of religion). https://doi.org/10.30965/9783957437303_005

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Leidenhag, Joanna. / Deploying panpsychism for the demarcation of panentheism. Panentheism and Panpsychism: Philosophy of religion meets philosophy of mind. editor / Godehard Brüntrup ; Benedikt Glöcke ; Ludwig Jaskolla. Mentis, 2020. pp. 65-90 (Innsbruck studies in philosophy of religion).

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