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RUSSELL, Bertrand. History of Western Philosophy
London : 1946First UK edition, first impression. Russell's expansive account of the history of philosophy, ranging from the Orphism of ancient Greece to the logical positivism of the author's present day, was a triumph of his populist craft and is perhaps his most famous book. Written during the Second World War, Russell's project was in part conceived to explain... Learn More£600.00
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RUSSELL, Bertrand. A History of Western Philosophy.
New York : 1945First edition, first printing, preceding the first UK edition published by George Allen and Unwin Ltd by a year. Far scarcer than the UK edition, and especially so in the dust jacket, this is the first thus that we have handled.
Russell's expansive account of the history of philosophy, ranging from the Orphism of ancient Greece to the logical positivism... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 133952
SOLOVIEV, Vladimir. Tri sily. Publichnoe chtenie. (Three Forces; A Public Reading.)
Moscow : 1877Scarce first edition of the Russian philosopher, theologian, poet, pamphleteer and literary critic Vladimir Soloviev's rousing lecture, "Three Forces", read to the Society of Amateurs of Russian Literature in April 1877.
"In the academic year 1876-7 Soloviev returned to teaching and worked on a second book, The Philosophical Principles of Integral... Learn More£7,500.00
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BAUER, Bruno. Russland und das Germanenthum.
Charlottenburg : 1853First edition of Bauer's Russia and the Germanic World, one of his major texts on Russia, in which he examines the growing influence of Russian power upon European policy issues and, ultimately, the European philosophical tradition. Written in the wake of the 1848 German revolutions, and inflected with Bauer's disappointment at the results, it originated... Learn More£575.00
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ULUGH BEG. [Title in Persian] Jadawel mavādeh thavābet dar tool wa ard keh be rasad yāft-e Oloq Bayk ben Sharokh ben Taymoor.
Oxford : 1665Editio princeps of Ulugh Beg's Zij-i Jadid-i Sultani, "the greatest of star catalogues between those of Ptolemy in the 2nd century CE and Brahe in the 16th" (Ency. Brit.) Ulugh Beg (1394-1449) was the grandson of Timur, known in Europe as Tamerlane. In 1409, his father, Shah Rukh, appointed him governor of Samarkand; he quickly set about turning the... Learn More£38,500.00
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