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The Origins of Knowledge and Imagination
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The Origins of Knowledge and Imagination

By Bronowski, Jacob

New Haven and London: Yale University Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Hint of rubbing to jacket.. 1978. Second Printing. Hardcover. 0300021925 . Foreword by S. E. Luria. Mrs. Hepsa Ely Silliman memorial lectures. Index. Black cloth binding. Xiii, 144 pp. .

$13.00

Heraclitus:  The Cosmic Fragments
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Heraclitus: The Cosmic Fragments

By Kirk, G. S. (editor) ; Heraclitus

London: Cambridge University Press. Very Good in Good dust jacket; Jacket toned, chipped, and torn with . several missing pieces.. 1954. First Printing. Hardcover. Edited with an introduction and commentary by G. S. Kirk. Blue cloth. xvi, 424 pages. General index, index of passages. A critical and objective study of the accounts of Heraclitus which marked a significant advance in the study of Presocratic thought. .

$175.00

Last Thoughts, on Important Subjects, in Three Parts:  I. Man’s Liability  to Sin, II. Supplemental Illustrations, III. Man’s Capacity to Obey
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Last Thoughts, on Important Subjects, in Three Parts: I. Man’s Liability to Sin, II. Supplemental Illustrations, III. Man’s Capacity to Obey

By Worcester, Noah

Cambridge, [MA]: Brown, Shattuck, and Co.. Very Good with no dust jacket; Minor wear to boards, spine sunned, corners . rounded, foxing throughout, penciled owner name on ffep (Louisa Mason).. 1833. First Edition. Hardcover. Patterned dark green cloth with brown gilt-stamped spine label. vi, 323 pp. Measures 6.5 x 4.5 inches. Checklist of American Imprints, 22733. ; 16mo 6" - 7" tall .

$75.00

The Face of Violence:  An Essay with a Play
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The Face of Violence: An Essay with a Play

By Bronowski, J.

London: Turnstile Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Lightly rubbed and chipping to jacket. 1954. First Edition. Hardcover. Bronowski's award-winning radio play was first broadcast by the BBC in March 1950. His elonquent, longish essay precedes the play, both of which reflect on the banal face of evil. Red cloth binding with title stamped in gilt on spine. ; 128 pages .

$30.00

The Simple Life
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The Simple Life

By Wagner, Charles

NY: McClure, Phillips & Co.. Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards rubbed, owner name on front free . endpaper.. 1904. Later Printing. Hardcover. Brown cloth with titles stamped in gilt on front boards and spine. Top edges gilt. Translated from the French by Mary Louise Hendee. Introduction and biographical sketch of the French minister and author by Grace King. xxxvi, 193 pp. Photo of Wagner on title page. .

$20.00

Dollars Only
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Dollars Only

By Bok, Edward W.

NY: Charles Scribner's Sons. Very Good in Good dust jacket; Jacket lightly soiled and shelfworn, spine . sunned, foxing to front endpapers and page tops.. 1926. First Edition; Fifth Printing. Hardcover. xi, 245 pp. + several pages of publisher's ads. Dark green cloth with titles stamped in gilt on spine. The author argues that material wealth is only one part of individual success. .

$25.00

The Poverty of Philosophy
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The Poverty of Philosophy

By Marx, Karl

NY: International Publishers. Very Good in Good dust jacket; Edges rubbed, jacket toned, chipped, and . missing the lower half of the spine.. N.D.. Hardcover. Circa 1930s. Maroon cloth binding with paper front label. Appendices, explanatory notes, index of names. First published by Marx in 1846 to oppose the super socialism of Proudhons utopianism, this volume served to present and explain the groundwork of his revolutionary critique of capitalism. Volume XXVI in the publishers Marxist Library Series. ; 214 pages .

$15.00

The Pleasures of Poverty:  An Argument and an Anthology
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The Pleasures of Poverty: An Argument and an Anthology

By Bertram, Anthony

London: Hollis & Carter. Very Good in Good dust jacket; Jacket chipped with closed tears.. 1950. First Printing. Hardcover. Green cloth. x, 401 pages. Illustrated end papers, notes, sources, and index of authors. The historical wisdom of philosophers, poets, and seers of all kinds on the subject of poverty applied to the conditions of the early 1950s. .

$10.00

What is Philosophy?
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What is Philosophy?

By Heidegger, Martin

NY: Twayne Publishers. Very Good in Good dust jacket; Spine toned, edges rubbed. Jacket toned, . chipped, with large closed tear at spine.. 1958. First US Edition. Hardcover. Translated with an Introduction by William Kluback and Jean T. Wilde. Bibliography of author's works. An interpretation of our contemporary world calling for a new awareness of freedom and a search for the uniqueness of the human reality. A bilingual edition. ; 97 pages .

$15.00

Jean-Paul Sartre:  Philosopher Without Faith
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Jean-Paul Sartre: Philosopher Without Faith

By Marill-Alberes, Rene

NY: The Philosophical Library. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Boards sunned, jacket has closed tear . with tape residue and is chipped at both lower corners.. 1961. First Printing. Hardcover. Light blue cloth binding. Notes, works and significant articles by Sartre section, works and significant articles devoted to the writings of John-Paul Sartre a section. An analysis of the literary development of Jean-Paul Sartre relating his fictional works to his philosophical and political writings. ; 159 pages .

$20.00

Timee de Locres en Grec et en Francois:  Avec des Dissertations sur les  Principales Questions de la Metaphisique, de la Phisique, & de la Morale  des Anciens; qui Peuvent Servir de Suite & de Conclusion a la Philosophie  du Bon Sens
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Timee de Locres en Grec et en Francois: Avec des Dissertations sur les Principales Questions de la Metaphisique, de la Phisique, & de la Morale des Anciens; qui Peuvent Servir de Suite & de Conclusion a la Philosophie du Bon Sens

By Le Marquis D'Argens; [Jean-Baptiste De Boyer Argens]

Berlin: Haude et Spener. Fair with no dust jacket; Boards worn, front board nearly detached, head . and foot of spine chipped, pages toned and some light foxing to . preliminary and last several leaves. 1763. Hardcover. Quarterbound leather with speckled paper-covered boards. [7], iv-xiv, 405, [5] pp. One folding leaf at rear containing two engraved geometric figures. Gilt-stamped leather lettering piece in one compartment, manuscript paper label in another, and gilt flower designs stamped in the remaining three. Text in French and ancient Greek. Analysis of writings of Timaeus of Locri, as included in Platos works, and other philosophical discussion, including further notes on his bestselling La Philosophie du Bon Sens", by the French writer who was a free thinker and contemporary of Voltaire. His unorthodox views led him to the court of Frederick the Great, where he spent much of his adult life. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

$150.00

The Vision of Wittgenstein
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The Vision of Wittgenstein

By Finch, Henry Le Roy

London: Vega. Very Good. 2001. Softcover. 1843331195 . Notes, appendices, bibliography, and index. A volume in the Spirit of Philosophy series "offering the core thoughts and visions of some of the world's greatest philosophers examining the light their work throws on the moral and material crises buffets in our own era". (from rear cover) ; 202 pages .

$10.00

Historia Philosophiae Graeco-Romanae Ex Fontium Locis Contexta:  Locos  Collegerunt, Dispouerunt, Notis Auxerunt
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Historia Philosophiae Graeco-Romanae Ex Fontium Locis Contexta: Locos Collegerunt, Dispouerunt, Notis Auxerunt

By Ritter, H. ; Preller, L.

Hamburg, Germany: Friderici Perthes. Very Good with no dust jacket; Ex-theological library copy with library . markings on spine and front pastedown. Foxing, boards rubbed.. 1838. First Edition. Hardcover. Text in Latin and Greek. Pasteboard covered boards with brown leather spine. A history of ancient Greek and Roman philosophy. x, 609 pp.; Ex-Library; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

$70.00

The Data of Ethics
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The Data of Ethics

By Spencer, Herbert

NY: D. Appleton and Company. Fair with no dust jacket; Backstrip heavily worn with top two inches . missing from head, front hinge tender, owner notes and underlining to . first eighty pages of text.. 1881. Third Edition. Hardcover. Burgundy cloth binding with faded gold lettering on spine. Several pages of publisher's ads at rear. vi, 320 pp + several pages of publisher's ads. .

$10.00

Hume with Helps to the Study of Berkeley
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Hume with Helps to the Study of Berkeley

By Huxley, Thomas H.

NY: D. Appleton & Company. Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards rubbed, minor foxing to endpapers, . spine sunned.. 1902. 1st Thus. Hardcover. xiv, 321 pp. Maroon cloth binding with titles stamped in gilt on spine.; Collected Essays .

$25.00

Science and Christian Tradition: Essays
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Science and Christian Tradition: Essays

By Huxley, Thomas H.

NY: D. Appleton & Company. Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards rubbed, minor foxing to endpapers, . spine sunned.. 1902. 1st Thus. Hardcover. xxxiv, 419 pp. Maroon cloth binding with titles stamped in gilt on spine. ; Collected Essays .

$25.00

The Facts of the Moral Life
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The Facts of the Moral Life

By Wundt, Wilhelm

London: Swan Sonnenschein & Co.. Good with no dust jacket; Library stamps and markings on front pastedown . and copyright page, boards rubbed.. 1897. 1st English Language Edition. Hardcover. Brown cloth binding with titles stamped in gilt on spine. Vol. I of Wundt's three volume "Ethics". Translated from the German by Julian Gulliver and Edward Bradford Titchener from the 1892 second German edition. xii, 359 pp, index. ; Ex-Library .

$35.00

Man and Crisis
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Man and Crisis

By Ortega Y Gasset, José

NY: W. W. Norton. Very Good. 1962. Later Printing. Softcover. 0393001210 . An interpretation of the crisis of our age and of the basic historical processes. Translated from the Spanish by Mildred Adams. ; The Norton Library; 217 pages .

$10.00

The Philosophy of History; in a Course of Lectures (Vols. I and II)
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The Philosophy of History; in a Course of Lectures (Vols. I and II)

By Von Schlegel, Frederick

NY: D. Appleton & Company. Good with no dust jacket; Usual library stamps and markings, heavy foxing . to first and last twenty pages in each volume and less foxing to . interiors, boards worn and corners rounded.. 1841. Hardcover. Dark brown blindstamped cloth. 319, 302 pp, plus several pages of publisher's ads at rear of Vol. II. Titles stamped in gilt on spines. Includes memoir of the author by James Burton Robertson, Esq. ; Ex-Library .

$45.00

Freedom and the College
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Freedom and the College

By Meiklejohn, Alexander

NY: The Century Company. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Owner name stamped on front pastedown . and front free endpaper, jacket chipped at head of spine and top corners.. 1923. First Edition. Hardcover. xiv, 231 pp. Blue cloth binding. The former president of Amherst College weighs in on higher education issues. .

$30.00

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