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To consent or not to consent, that is (not) the (sole) question. : “And there is nothing new under the sun”. Kohelet (also known as Ecclesiastes), 1:9. Bible

Didier Dreyfuss
Editorial
Volume 30, Issue 2 / February , 2004

Pages 180 - 182

No abstract available.

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