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Kant's first critique: An appraisal of the permanent significance of Kant's Critique of pure reason

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Kant's first critique: An appraisal of the permanent significance of Kant's Critique of pure reason

by Cassirer, H.W

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  • Hardcover
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Humanities Press, reprinted 1978; octavo, 367 pp; tight binding, text contains no notes or markings;. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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Title
Kant's first critique: An appraisal of the permanent significance of Kant's Critique of pure reason
Author
Cassirer, H.W
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Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Binding
Hardcover

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octavo
Another of the terms referring to page or book size, octavo refers to a standard printer's sheet folded four times, producing...[more]
tight
Used to mean that the binding of a book has not been overly loosened by frequent use.
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