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A

Ajei, M
Ally, Mashuq
Anton, J.P., University of South Florida
Anton, John P
Antonites, Alex

B

Bizos, George
Bosman, Philip R
Bosman, Philippus Rudolph, Unisa
Botha, C., Department of Philosophy, University of Johannesburg
Boudouris, Konstantine

C

Chimakonam, Jonathan Okeke, Department of Philosophy, University of Calabar
Cloete, Michael
Cloete, Michael, Discipline of Philosophy Department of Philosophy, Systematic and Practical Theology University of South Africa

D

Dambe, Sira
De Beer, CS, Department of Information Science, Universiy of Pretoria
De Beer, CSS Fanie
Delport, Petrus Terblanche, University of Pretoria
Dimitriadis, Evangelos
Domanski, Andrew
du Toit, Louise, Stellenbosch University, Department of Philosophy
Duvenage, Pieter, University of the Free State

E

Eliopoulos, Panos, University of Peloponnese, Greece
Etieyibo, Edwin
Evangeliou, Christos
Evangeliou, Christos C, Towson University

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