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Reply: a phenomenology with legs and brains

Dan Zahavi, Shaun Gallagher

pp. 86-107

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Zahavi, D. , Gallagher, S. (2008). Reply: a phenomenology with legs and brains. Abstracta: Linguagem, Mente & Ação Special Issue II, pp. 86-107.

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