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Authors > Becker, Ernest
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The Denial of Death
Ernest Becker (1924–1974) | with a new foreword by Sam Keen
Scribner | Softcover | 1997 | 9780684832401
Social & Political Issues | Philosophy
price: $25.99 (not in stock)
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Birth and Death of Meaning
Ernest Becker (1924–1974)
The Free Press | Softcover | 1985 | 9780029021903
Social & Political Issues
price: $21.00 (not in stock)
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Escape From Evil
Ernest Becker (1924–1974)
The Free Press | Softcover | 1985 | 9780029024508
Social & Political Issues
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