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172pp. With dust jacket. A very good copy. Jacket frayed at edges.
FIRST LESSONS IN INTELLECTUAL PHILOSOPHY: OR, A FAMILIAR EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE AND OPERATIONS OF THE HUMAN MIND.
Boston:Lincoln & Edmands. 1832. *2nd. edition. 358pp. + 2pp. advs. Full leather original boards, scuffed, rubbed and worn. Spine ends worn down and covers, front and rear, starting to seperate from bottom edge. A previous owners name on first free end-page and some ciphering in pencil on end-pages but overall, a tight clean copy.
Abbaye S. Wandrille:Editions de Fontenelle. 1948. 372pp. Wraps. Covers are worn and toned with some fraying and a few small chips and tears to the edges, most notably towards the spine. Otherwise in good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, though there is some toning to the pages throughout. Overall, this is a good copy.
MECHANISM IN THOUGHT AND MORALS. An Address Delivered Before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Harvard University June 29. 1870. With Notes and Afterthoughts.
Boston:James R. Osgood and Company. 1871. 1st edition. 101pp. Hardcover. Brown covers with bevelled edges, lettered in gold and blind stamped on rear board, lightly soiled with light shelfwear to spine ends and edge points. Internally, a previous owners name and date inked to 2nd free end-page, otherwise pages slightly age toned but clean. The binding is tight and hinges intact. A very good copy.
Vaduz, Liechthenstein: The Gregg Press Establishment. (1963). 112 pp. Hardcover. Reprint of Rome, 1637 edition in Latin. Binding shows minimal shelf-wear to edges and spine, with light soiling to rear cover. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. All in all, this is a fine copy of William of Okham's neglected masterpiece and intended magnum opus of natural philosophy.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF HOBBES IN EXTRACTS AND NOTES COLLATED FROM HIS WRITINGS. Selected and arranged by Frederick J. E. Woodbridge.
391pp. Internally very good. Binding rubbed at edges otherwise a very satisfactory copy.
NY:MacMillan Co. 1954. 567pp. *1st. ed. Top edge of binding sun-faded, otherwise a very good copy.
VG in a slightly soiled dj.
Boston:Branden Press Publishers (sticker glued over London:James Clarke & Co. Ltd).(1966). 220pp. Hardcover. Blue boards are lightly shelfworn and soiled. Page edges are also soiled with dust residue. Internally, aside from some glue residue to title page where sticker is glued over original publisher information and very minor smudges scattered throughout, a very good, clean copy.
New York:Frederick A. Praeger. (1952). x+238pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very good, clean copy. Blue boards with title in gilt on spine still bright. Internally, end pages are just slightly age-toned, with previous owners labels neatly attached to the rear flyleaf and inside rear board, but otherwise pages clean and bright. The dust jacket is mildly soiled with wear (including small chips and tears) to edges and folds.
A PHILOSOPHICAL INQUIRY INTO THE ORIGIN OF OUR IDEAS OF THE SUBLIME AND BEAUTIFUL. With an Introductory Discourse Concerning Taste, and Several Other Additions
London:J. Dodsley. 1770. 6th edition. (xvi)+342pps. Hardcover. Ex-library, with sticker to spine strip, large library bookplate to inside front board, with a few penciled numbers to several pages. Rebound at some point with new end-pages, with title in gilt on leather spine. Spine ends chipped and worn, boards scuffed and quite worn, along edges to boards. Leather along gutters seems dried, with some splitting along front gutter, but still firmly attached. Internally pages slightly age-toned, but still in very good condition. The binding is still tight with hinges intact.
New York:The Modern Library. (1927). 1st Modern Library edition, stated. 340pp. Brown flexi-covers. In very good condition. Covers are lightly shelfworn with wear along edges, but gilt on front cover and spine strip still bright. Internally end-pages lightly age-toned with a previous owners name across top of 1st free end-page, otherwise in clean. The binding is tight with hinges intact
New York:G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1908. i+307pp.+4pp ads. Hardcover. Green boards lightly soiled and shelfworn along edges, spine edges and spine ends. Internally end pages age toned with a previous owners name inked to top of 1st free flyleaf, as well as the 3rd free flyleaf. Otherwise, aside from a bit of foxing scattered throughout and some browning to pages 286/287 from a newspaper article left to long, a very good solid copy. The binding is tight and hinges intact.
[Farnborough Hants., England: Gregg Press Limited. 1966.] Hardcover.no jacket as issued. vi+ 118pp. Twenty-four page English introduction, then Latin. Gregg reprint of the 1911 edition. Very Good+ condition. Some minor glue discoloration to pastedowns; otherwise nearly as new. We obtained this book directly from the publisher over fifty years ago, it has never been privately owned. Treatise by the 13th century philosopher and theologian. (cfm)
Iserlohn: J. Baedeker. 1876. Third Edition. Hardcover, no jacket. xviii+334pp. VG- condition. Half-leather boards show considerable wear and sunfading. Hinges are tape-reinforced. Contents are clean and unmarked. The binding is square and holding well. Some light foxing through the title page, and none thereafter. A nice copy of Lange's influential discussion of economic ideas (Kant, Marx, etc.) of the mid 19th century.(cfm)
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