The Ground of law and being-human: a Kantian antinomy and its repercussions in Heidegger and Levinas

Çırakman, Elif


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E. Çırakman, “The Ground of law and being-human: a Kantian antinomy and its repercussions in Heidegger and Levinas,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2001.