Publication

Hope

Blöser, C. & Stahl, T., 8-Mar-2017, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Zalta, E. (ed.). Spring 2017 ed. Stanford: Stanford University Press

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APA

Blöser, C., & Stahl, T. (2017). Hope. In E. Zalta (Ed.), Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Spring 2017 ed.). Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Author

Blöser, Claudia ; Stahl, Titus. / Hope. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. editor / Edward Zalta. Spring 2017. ed. Stanford : Stanford University Press, 2017.

Harvard

Blöser, C & Stahl, T 2017, Hope. in E Zalta (ed.), Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Spring 2017 edn, Stanford University Press, Stanford.

Standard

Hope. / Blöser, Claudia; Stahl, Titus.

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. ed. / Edward Zalta. Spring 2017. ed. Stanford : Stanford University Press, 2017.

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Vancouver

Blöser C, Stahl T. Hope. In Zalta E, editor, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Spring 2017 ed. Stanford: Stanford University Press. 2017


BibTeX

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