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(HUSSERL, Edmund). LITT, Theodor. Individuum und Gemeinschaft. Grundlegung der Kulturphilosophie.
Leibzig & Berlin : 1926.Third, revised edition, from the library of Edmund Husserl, with his ownership inscription to the front free endpaper, subsequently in the library of his co-worker and assistant, Ludwig Landgrebe. Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 131949
NAGEL, Ernest. Principles of the Theory of Probability.
Chicago : 1939First edition, first printing, presentation copy, inscribed by the author to the philosopher Alfred North Whitehead on the front free endpaper: "To Professor A. N. Whitehead with the esteem of Ernest Nagel". The English philosopher Alfred North Whitehead (1861-1947) was a seminal figure in process philosophy, and together with Bertrand Russell, wrote... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 132994
AYER, A. J. The Origins of Pragmatism.
London : 1968First edition, first impression. In 1956, Ayer published "The Problem of Knowledge, in which, abounding reductionism, he justified our everyday beliefs' by their power to explain our sense-experience. This line of argument was developed in such later works as The Origins of Pragmatism (1968) and Russel and Moore (1971), in which the history of philosophy... Learn More£75.00
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CASSIRER, Ernst. Substance and Function and Einstein's Theory of Relativity.
Chicago and London : 1923First edition in English, first printing, in the scarce jacket. The two works were first published in German as Substanzbegriff und Funktionsbegriff in 1910 and Einsteinschen Relativitätstheorie in 1921. Both relate Cassirer's Neo-Kantian approach to developments in science, the former in line with late-19th century developments which... Learn More£250.00
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(BENTHAM, Jeremy.) HALEVY, Elie. The Growth of Philosophical Radicalism.
London : 1952Fourth edition in English (first English edition published in 1928), with C. W. Everett's Bibliography of Bentham's works at the end (pages 522-546), and an index. Learn More£30.00
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WITTGENSTEIN, Ludwig. The Blue and Brown Books.
Oxford : 1958First edition, first impression, in the dust jacket, of the two works which "show the germination and growth of the ideas which received their final expression in Philosophical Investigations" (jacket blurb).
Wittgenstein dictated the "Blue Book" (though he did not call it that) to his class in Cambridge during the session of 1933-4,... Learn More£250.00
Stock Code: 143207
(HAYEK, Friedrich August von.) Leather briefcase owned by Friedrich Hayek.
c.1965A briefcase owned and used by Friedrich Hayek, dating from the time of his professorship at the University of Freiburg (1962-1968), and showing all the signs of sustained use. Hayek has mounted his business card to the inner lid, as an identificatory label in the event of loss. The briefcase remained in Hayek's possession until his death in 1992, thereafter... Learn More£10,000.00
Stock Code: 134840
HEARD, Gerald. These Hurrying Years.
London : 1934First edition, first impression; rare in the dust jacket. Gerald Heard (1889-1971) was a British author and philosopher whose innovative works examined history in the context of humankind's evolving consciousness. This book is his attempt to write a "history of our own times" and to determine the underlying causes of modern events. His conclusion, that... Learn More£375.00
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(RUSSELL, Bertrand.) RICHARDSON, Lewis F. Mathematical Psychology of War.
Oxford : 1919First edition of Richardson's first and pioneering paper on the subject, containing Russell's 20-line contribution, "Problem: To Produce in Two Nations a Mutual Will to War" (pp. 15-16). It was published at the author's own expense, costing him 35 for 300 copies total. In this fifty-page essay the mathematician and pacifist Lewis Fry Richardson (1881-1953)... Learn More£2,750.00
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JAMES, William. The Varieties of Religious Experience. A Study in Human Nature.
London, New York and Bombay : 1902First edition, first impression, of one of James's masterworks, with a printed presentation slip "From the Author", from the library of the Oxford philosopher F. "Canning" S. Schiller (1864-1937), with his pencil annotations throughout.
James focuses on four central topics: the "experiential approach and the generic meaning of religion; the... Learn More£3,750.00
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DERRIDA, Jacques. The Work of Mourning.
Chicago & London : 2001First edition, first printing, presentation copy, inscribed by Derrida to the poet and photographer Ira Cohen on the title page, "Pour Ira, de tout coeur, J.D." The book is a collection of eulogies, essays and condolences on the deaths of 14 writers and thinkers who were Derrida's friends or colleagues: Roland Barthes, Michel Foucault, Louis Althusser,... Learn More£1,250.00
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WITTGENSTEIN, Ludwig. Remarks on the Foundations of Mathematics.
Oxford : 1956First edition in English, first impression, of the author's major work on the philosophy of mathematics, originally published under the title Bemerkungen über die Grundlagen der Mathematik the same year. Although intended as the second part of the author's Philosophical Investigations, this imposing and brilliantly edited work stands... Learn More£300.00
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BOULDING, Kenneth E. The Image.
Ann Arbor : 1956First edition, first printing, inscribed by the author, "To Rusty, with affectionate greetings, Kenneth" on the front free endpaper. This work was "the 'product' of Boulding's sojourn at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioural Sciences in Palo Alto, California. There he met many of his contemporaries, who, he says, had a profound influence... Learn More£350.00
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PATERSON, Isabel. The God of the Machine.
New York : 1943First edition, first printing, of the author's best-known work. A leading Canadian-American journalist and esteemed literary critic, Paterson (1886-1961) is credited as one of the "three furies" of the American libertarian movement alongside Ayn Rand and Rose Wilder Lane (William F. Buckley Jr. quoted by Burns, p. 746). In a lengthy and strongly-worded... Learn More£1,250.00
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CAMPION, George G. The Riddle of the Sphinx: An Essay.
London : First and sole edition of this very scarce and interesting essay on education, printed for private circulation in presumably very small numbers. Presentation copy from the author, inscribed on the half-title, "With the Author's Kind Regards, 22 Oct. 1914, G. G. C.". Campion (d. 1945) was consulting dental surgeon to the Manchester Dental Hospital. He... Learn More£150.00
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RUSSELL, Bertrand. A Critical Exposition of the Philosophy of Leibniz.
Cambridge : 1900First edition, first impression, of Russell's first published philosophical work, his third book overall, marking a major turning point in his early career as a logician.
It was Russell's engagement with Leibniz which set the stage for his break with the neo-Hegelian influence of British Idealism, and instead allowed him to form his concept... Learn More£1,250.00
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KIERKEGAARD, Søren. Either/Or:
London : 1944First UK edition of the first English translation. Either/Or is Kierkegaard's earliest major work and his "first attempt to articulate a plane of motion constituted by subjective, existential inwardness" (Carlisle, p. 49). It was a best-seller upon publication in Denmark in 1843 under the title Enten-Eller.
Kierkegaard wrote... Learn More£1,100.00
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KRIPKE, Saul A. A Completeness Theorem in Modal Logic.
New Brunswick, NJ : 1959First edition, first impression of the author's first major work, published when he was only eighteen years old. Saul Kripke (1940- ) is one of the most original and influential logicians and philosophers of the present day. In 1977 the New York Times magazine described him as "one of the most penetrating minds of our time. His achievements span the... Learn More£1,700.00
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POPPER, Karl R. The Open Society and Its Enemies.
London : 1947First edition, second impression of this important work by the greatest scientific philosopher of the twentieth century, first published in 1945. In The Open Society and Its Enemies Popper traces, analyses, and refutes theories of historicism, or the idea that history progresses inexorably according to a series of laws. Beginning with Plato, he proceeds... Learn More£850.00
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JAMES, William. Autograph letter signed from James to his friendly critic, the American philosopher John Edward Russell;
Rome : 1900An affectionate autograph letter signed from James to John Edward Russell, professor of philosophy at Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts, with the letter from Russell to James, in his wife's hand, which prompted the aforementioned response, plus related correspondence from Alice James dated from their time spent abroad in Europe.
Russell... Learn More£4,500.00
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STAPLEDON, Olaf. The Opening of the Eyes.
London : 1954First edition, first impression, published posthumously. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author's wife Agnes Stapledon, "Edward Frick, from Agnes Z. Stapledon, in memory of Olaf. January 1954". Edward Frick was an American architect based in Paris whom the Stapledons had visited in Paris, in August 1950, less than a month before Stapledon's death.... Learn More£1,250.00
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POPPER, Karl R. The Poverty of Historicism.
London : 1957First edition of Popper's third book, an extensive attack on historicism, "the doctrine that there are general laws of historical development that render the course of history inevitable and predictable... In The Poverty of Historicism, historicism is formally refuted and attributed to two oppositely mistaken views about the nature of social science.... Learn More£350.00
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SARTRE, Jean-Paul. Critique de la raison dialectique (précédé de Question de méthode). Tome I. Théorie des ensembles pratiques.
Paris : 1960First edition, first impression of Sartre's second major philosophical work, with the title misprinted Question rather than Questions de méthode, one of 85 copies printed on vélin pur fil Lafuma-Navarre, this copy numbered 55.
The Critique "is the result of sustained thinking which began in the fifties, that is, at the same time he was drawing... Learn More£650.00
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STAPLEDON, Olaf. A Modern Theory of Ethics.
London : 1929First edition, first impression. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "A. M. Carr-Saunders, with compliments from W. O. S. 3rd February 1929". A Modern Theory of Ethics was Stapledon's first published work of prose, based on the thesis for his PhD in philosophy awarded at the University of Liverpool in 1925. The recipient,... Learn More£1,750.00
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KRISHNAMURTI, Jiddu. Think on these Things.
New York : 1964First edition, first printing. A major presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper to the visionary inventor and designer Buckminster Fuller: "to Dr.Fuller, with much affection, J. Krishnamurti".
The dust jacket bears Fuller's characteristic markings: above Krishnamurti's name on the front panel he has written in blue... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 140987
CROCE, Benedetto. An Autobiography.
Oxford : 1927First edition in English of the autobiography of the Italian philosopher and historian Benedetto Croce (1866-1952). The translator, the philosopher and historian R. G. Collingwood (1889-1943), was heavily influenced by Croce: "His work displays particularly close affinities with the philosophy of the Italians Croce and Gentile, though not with the latter's... Learn More£100.00
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POPPER, Karl R. Conjectures and Refutations.
London : 1963First edition, first impression, of one of the author's most wide-ranging and popular works, gathering together his articles and lectures to chart the growth of scientific understanding, and its influence on history. "The essays and lectures of which this book composed are variations upon one very simple theme - the thesis that we can learn from our... Learn More£750.00
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HAYEK, Friedrich August von. Law, Legislation and Liberty.
Chicago : 1973-9First US editions, first printings, of each volume of Hayek's last major work of social philosophy, published over a seven-year period. In many ways the culmination of his philosophical career, Law, Legislation and Liberty was Hayek's most extensive philosophical analysis of the structure of society, the nature of justice, and the underlying principles... Learn More£1,750.00
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WITTGENSTEIN, Ludwig. Philosophical Investigations.
Oxford : 1953First edition, first impression. A nice association copy, with the ownership signature to the front pastedown of Geoffrey Reginald Gilchrist Mure (1893-1979), the leading Idealist philosopher, and a specialist in the works of the German philosopher Hegel. Mure's signature is dated March 1955, and there are various pencil, ink and crayon marginalia in... Learn More£3,250.00
Stock Code: 138738
DURKHEIM, Émile. Les Formes élémentaires de la vie religieuse.
Paris : 1912First edition, first impression, of one of the author's most influential works, his sociological study of religion. "In his last great work, The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life, Durkheim gave his most compelling demonstration of the structuralist method, tracing relationships between social organization, religious beliefs, and such fundamental... Learn More£1,250.00
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LÉVI-STRAUSS, Claude. Regarder écouter lire.
Paris : 1993First edition, first impression, inscribed by the author on the half-title, "To Raymond Firth warmest regards Levi-Strauss". Firth (1901-2002) was a prominent New Zealand anthropologist and student of Bronislaw Malinowski, whom he succeeded as Professor Anthropology at the London School of Economics in 1944, remaining there for twenty-four years. Lévi-Strauss... Learn More£600.00
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SARTRE, Jean-Paul. Autograph manuscript.
c.1952An unpublished fragment from Sartre's unfinished novel, La Dernière Chance, the final volume of his projected tetralogy, Les Chemins de la liberté (Roads of Freedom). Two chapters had appeared in Les Temps modernes in 1949 under the title Drôle d'amitié (Strange Friendship), but Sartre dropped the work in 1952.... Learn More£15,000.00
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ARENDT, Hannah. Rahel Varnhagen.
London : 1957First edition, first impression, presentation copy inscribed by the author, "For Harry Zohn, cordially, Cambridge, April 6, 1967". This is the German-born Jewish political theorist's first commercially published book which she began writing in the late 1920s, translated from the German by Richard and Clara Winston. It was nearly complete when Arendt... Learn More£4,250.00
Stock Code: 118211
JOYCE, James - MCLUHAN, Marshall. James Joyce: Trivial and Quadrivial.
New York : spring 1953Offprint with the ownership inscription of poet and academic Ronald Bates to the front wrapper and his pencilled notes to the contents. Ronald Gordon Nudell Bates (1924-1995) earned his PhD from the University of Toronto, the subject of his doctoral thesis being James Joyce's Finnegans Wake. His teaching career was spent at the universities of Upsala,... Learn More£520.00
Stock Code: 60922
NIETZSCHE, Friedrich. Götzen-Dämmerung oder Wie man mit dem Hammer philosophirt.
Leipzig : 1889 [but 1888]First edition, first issue, of Nietzsche's last great work before his psychological collapse in January 1889, with an excellent association; the heavily annotated copy of Heinrich Köselitz, Nietzsche's amanuensis and most frequent correspondent, and the person responsible for the title of this work, with the surname of his pseudonym, "Gast" (a name... Learn More£32,500.00
Stock Code: 126701
LANGER, Susanne K. Mind: An Essay on Human Feeling.
Baltimore : 1967, 1972, & 1982First editions, first printings, of Langer's magnum opus, the "capstone of her life's work" (Hart, p. 240), the final volume of which was published when she was 87 years old. A student at Radcliffe College (where Alfred North Whitehead was her professor) and then at Harvard and the University of Vienna, Langer (1895-1985) was influenced by Wittgenstein,... Learn More£750.00
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LANGER, Susanne K. Philosophical Sketches.
Baltimore : 1962First edition, first printing, of one of Langer's most important books, which offers preliminary indications of the pivotal concepts of her great Mind trilogy, published in 1967, 1972 and 1982 respectively.
One of the most insightful and popular thinkers of the 20th century, the American philosopher and educator Susanne K. Langer (1895-1985)... Learn More£350.00
Stock Code: 135256
CUSA, Nicholas of. Of Learned Ignorance.
London : 1954First English translation of Nicolas of Cusa's major work, published in the series Rare Masterpieces of philosophy and Science.
"Nicholas of Cusa's most complete set of proposals about what is real occurs in his best-known work of 1440, De docta ignorantia: On Learned Ignorance. Here Cusanus addresses the four categorical realities traditionally... Learn More£95.00
Stock Code: 126155
WITTGENSTEIN, Ludwig. Philosophical Grammar.
Oxford : 1974First edition in English, first impression. Considered a transitional work alongside Philosophical Remarks, Philosophical Grammar had been published in German by Blackwell in 1969. "The fruits of his work from 1929 to 1932 were embodied in a 762 page typescript, known as the 'Big Typescript', dictated at the Hochreit in the summer of 1932, and evidently... Learn More£225.00
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LANGER, Susanne K. An Introduction to Symbolic Logic.
London : 1937First edition of Langer's introduction to symbolic logic, an excellent elementary text book, still in print today. "The present Introduction aims at developing the essential concepts of symbolic logic from the level of common sense to the point of understanding the classical masterpiece, Whitehead's and Russell's Principia Mathematica. It presupposes... Learn More£400.00
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NOZICK, Robert. Anarchy, State, and Utopia.
Oxford : 1974First UK edition, first impression, using the American sheets as published the same year by Basic Books in New York. Nozick's influential work on free-market libertarianism is "recognised as a classic of modern political philosophy... it is widely credited with breathing new life into the discipline in the second half of the twentieth century" (Bader... Learn More£250.00
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JOHNSON, W. E. Logic.
Cambridge : 1921-2-4First editions, first impressions, of the British logician's major treatise, the first part focusing on informal logic, the second on syllogistic logic, and the third on causality. By the early 1920s Johnson (1858-1931) had been a popular lecturer in moral sciences at Cambridge for almost 20 years, and taught logic while Wittgenstein was a student.... Learn More£250.00
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AYER, Alfred J. Language, Truth and Logic.
London : 1936First edition, first impression, retaining the uncommon dust jacket, of the work which brought the ideas of the Vienna Circle to the English speaking world.
"In 1936 Ayer published his most famous book, Language, Truth and Logic... It was his version of Viennese logical positivism, though he also saw it as a recasting of the traditional theses... Learn More£2,250.00
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LANGER, Susanne K. Philosophy in a New Key.
Cambridge, Massachusetts : 1942First edition, first printing, of the author's best-selling and most influential work, dedicated to "Alfred North Whitehead, my great teacher and friend". Philosophy in a New Key remains "one of the largest selling paperbacks in the history of the Harvard University Press" (Hart, p. 239).
One of the most insightful and popular thinkers of the... Learn More£750.00
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HUSSERL, Edmund. Méditations Cartésiennes. Introduction à la phénoménologie.
Paris : 1931First edition: the work first appeared in this French translation. It was based on two double lectures Husserl gave at the Sorbonne in 1929. The Méditations Cartésiennes constitutes Husserl's fullest treatment of a problem which came to concern him more and more, the problem of intersubjectivity. In this work, "he tried to show how the transcendental... Learn More£2,250.00
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JAMES, William. Some Problems of Philosophy.
New York : 1911First edition, first printing, of James's last book, published posthumously. "For years he had talked of rounding out his philosophical work with a treatise on metaphysics. Characteristically, he chose to do so in the form of an introduction to the problems of philosophy, because writing for beginners would force him to be nontechnical and readable.... Learn More£500.00
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WITTGENSTEIN, Ludwig. Autograph letter signed ("Ludwig Wittgen.") to Moritz Schlick.
[Cambridge : 1932]An affectionate but frustrated autograph letter signed from Wittgenstein to Moritz Schlick, the founder of the Vienna Circle, in which Wittgenstein expresses his regrets over appearing to condone the plagiarism apparent in Rudolf Carnap's most recent paper through his own inaction.
Wittgenstein received Carnap's offprint, "Physicalistic Language... Learn More£22,500.00
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RYLE, Gilbert. Dilemmas.
Cambridge : 1954First edition, first impression. "Ryle's next book, Dilemmas (1954), was a slightly modified version of the Tarner lectures which he delivered in Trinity College, Cambridge, in the previous year. In it he demonstrated, in a number of diverse cases, how specialist and non-specialist accounts of what is in some sense the same subject matter may generate... Learn More£175.00
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HUSSERL, Edmund. Erfahrung und Urteil.
Prague : 1939First edition, first impression, the editor Ludwig Landgrebe's file copy, of Husserl's posthumously published work on Experience and Judgement, one of the few copies that escaped being pulped as a result of the German annexation of Czechoslovakia in 1939. 200 copies were sent to London for distribution by Allen & Unwin, but the bulk of the... Learn More£9,750.00
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SCHLICK, Moritz. Fragen der Ethik.
Vienna : 1930First edition of Schlick's major work on ethics, in which he offered as the fundamental principle the maxim "Mehre deine Glückseligkeit" ("Increase your happiness"). Schlick was the nominal leader of the Vienna Circle of Logical Positivists, although he was an internationally renowned philosopher in his own right before the Circle went public: "he... Learn More£225.00
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HEIDEGGER, Martin. Sein und Zeit.
Halle : 1927First edition of Heidegger's magnum opus; a very well-preserved copy in the original cloth. "Being and Time is standardly hailed as one of the most significant texts in the canon of (what has come to be called) contemporary European (or Continental) Philosophy" (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy).
Dedicated to Edmund Husserl,... Learn More£3,000.00
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SARTRE, Jean-Paul. Cahiers pour une morale.
Paris : 1983First edition, posthumously published, of Sartre's unfinished sequel volume to L'être et le néant. The final lines of that work announced the present one; "Toutes ces questions, qui nous renvoient à la réflexion pure et non complice, ne peuvent trouver leur réponse que sur le terrain moral. Nous y consacrerons un prochain ouvrage."
Sartre... Learn More£475.00
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WITTGENSTEIN, Ludwig. Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus.
London : 1922First edition in English, and the first edition in book form, following initial publication in German the previous year in the journal Annalen der Naturphilosophie. That publication - under the title Logisch-Philosophische Abhandlung - was plagued with errors, to the extent that Wittgenstein told a friend that he regarded it as a "pirated... Learn More£7,500.00
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WITTGENSTEIN, Ludwig. Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus.
London : 1922First edition in English, first issue, without the publisher's catalogue found in later issues. This also marked the first edition in book form, following initial publication in German the previous year in the journal Annalen der Naturphilosophie. That publication - under the title Logisch-Philosophische Abhandlung - was plagued with... Learn More£7,500.00
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HUSSERL, Edmund. Die Krisis der Europäischen Wissenschaften und die Transzendentale Phänomenologie. Eine Einleitung in die phänomenologische Philosophie.
Belgrade : 1936Original offprint of Husserl's last great work, inscribed by him to his student and co-worker, Ludwig Landgrebe, whose printed carte de visite is loosely inserted.
"Edmund Husserl is undoubtedly one of the most important philosophers of the 20th century. This is true not only because of the profundity, breadth, and rigor of his own philosophical... Learn More£7,500.00
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BLOCH, Ernst. Geist der Utopie.
Munich & Leipzig : 1918First edition of Bloch's first book, a treatise on the spirit of utopian thought, in which he touches on themes which would occupy him throughout his life, particularly that of the "Not-Yet-Conscious."
Bloch (1885-1977) "stands alone in his attempt to graft on to the inherited doctrine of Marxism a complete metaphysic, cosmology, and speculative... Learn More£1,750.00
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(WITTGENSTEIN.) ENGELMANN, Paul. Briefe von Ludwig Wittgenstein und Errinnerungen an ihn.
Tel Aviv : 1965An original German typescript copy of Engelmann's correspondence from, and memories of, Ludwig Wittgenstein, posthumously prepared for publication and with an introduction by his friend Dr. Josef Schächter. With occasional manuscript corrections and occasional notes for the translator, L. Furtmüller, in blue ballpoint and in pencil. Unpublished before... Learn More£3,500.00
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(MISES, Ludwig von.) SENNHOLZ, Mary, editor. On Freedom and Free Enterprise.
Princeton : 1956First edition, "a stimulating presentation of expert thought on a vital and controversial topic" (blurb). The work comprises twenty essays contributed by nineteen economists and political philosophers, including Hayek, Hazlitt, Machlup and Rothbard. Divided into six sections, the essays offer an appreciation and analysis of Mises's writings; a discussion... Learn More£250.00
Stock Code: 140445
FRIEDMAN, Milton & Rose. Free to Choose.
New York & London : 1980First edition, first printing, presentation copy to the British economist Lionel Robbins and his wife, inscribed on the title page by both authors: "Milton's hand: For Iris & Lionel, with our very best, Milton Rose's hand: & Rose Jan. 5, 1980". An excellent economics provenance: Robbins (1898-1984), along with Keynes, was the leading British economist... Learn More£3,750.00
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HUSSERL, Edmund. Erfahrung und Urteil.
Prague : 1939First edition of Husserl's posthumously published work on Experience and Judgement, one of the few copies that escaped being pulped as a result of the German annexation of Czechoslovakia in 1939. 200 copies were sent to London for distribution by Allen & Unwin, but the bulk of the edition was destroyed.
"Edmund Husserl is undoubtedly one of the... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 131946