Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind.A. Strahan, T. Cadell [& 4 others in London], London , 1792; 1814; 1827 Stock Code: 93478
NotesFirst editions of Stewart's magnum opus, which was published in three parts over 35 years. Dugald Stewart (1753-1828), Adam Smith's first biographer and a leading voice of the Scottish Enlightenment, was elected professor of mathematics in 1775 and professor of moral philosophy in 1785 at the University of Edinburgh.
3 volumes, quarto (262 x 205 mm). Rebound in modern brown half calf, with red and green morocco labels, spines lettered in gilt, marbled boards and edges speckled red.
A fine set in a handsome binding.
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