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Some people will love the way in which Solomon handles the subject, for me, at some stage in the book, almost everything seems to be related to Leopold. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Robert W. Van Hoeven
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Contrary to Abert, Einstein or Wolff's studies,
Solomon's gives you the whole picture.
Einstein just ignore the question, but at least
Wolff has tried in 2012... Read more
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