Introduction Toward a discursively oriented historical sociology of the modern

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Jacek Burski
Wiktor Marzec
Agata Zysiak

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Burski, J., Marzec, W., & Zysiak, A. (2014). Introduction Toward a discursively oriented historical sociology of the modern. Praktyka Teoretyczna, 13(3), 9-19. https://doi.org/10.14746/pt.2014.3.1
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