There are 100 books in this catalogue.
Shelly & Zastrozzi, Self-Revelation of a Neurotic
Book Number: 23412
London: Gregg/Archive March 1965 8vo. hardcover. 159pp. Very good. / Good d/w with some insect damage on edges. Contains the full text of Shelley's first published work, reprinted for the first time this century, and a psychological analysis of the work's contents in which Shelley's unconscious conflicts were worked out in disguise. Cover art on dj by Sheila Chesser. 165pp.
The News: A User's Manual
De Botton, Alain
Book Number: 63539
Hamish Hamilton / Penguin Books, London 2014. Small 8vo. hardcover. 267pp. index, b/w illus. Fine. / Fine d/w.
The Proper Study of Mankind: An Anthology of Essays
Book Number: 65494
Chatto & Windus, London, 1997. 8vo. hardcover. 667pp. index. Very good, foxing to outer page edges. / Good d/w with some small tears and some creases.
Inquiries Concerning Human Understanding and Concerning the Principles of Morals
Hume, David; Edited by L.A. Selby-Bigge
Book Number: 65105
Oxford at the Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1963. 2nd edition. 8vo. hardcover. 371pp. Good, owner's inscription on fep, foxing to endpapers, light rubbing to cover edges. / Good+, sunned d/w with a few small tears(repaired). Reprinted from the posthumoue Edition of 1777 and edited with introduction, comparitive table of contentd, and analytical index.
Three Essays on Population
Malthus, Thomas. Eduted by Anthony Flew
Book Number: 64959
Penguin Books, 1970. 8vo. softcover. 291pp. index. Good, page edges browned.
Brier-Patch Philosophy by "Peter Rabbit"
Long, William J., illus. by Charles Copeland.
Book Number: 64001
Harper & Brothers New York: 1906, 8vo. hardcover. 274pp. b/w illus. good, missing fep., owner's details on prelim, some small notes written on a few pages, stain on front cover.
Culture and the Death of God
Book Number: 63577
Yale University Press, 2014. 8vo. hardcover. 294pp. index. Very good. / Very good d/w.
Book Number: 63555
The Bodley Head, London 1970. First edition. 8vo. hardcover, 504pp. index Very good. / Very good d/w.
Essays in Love
Botton, Alain de
Book Number: 63562
Picador 1993. 8vo softcover 212pp very good.
Hegel's Theory of the Modern State
Book Number: 63405
Cambridge at the University Press 1974 8vo. softcover. 252pp. index. Good+.
Book Number: 63304
Everyman's Library, 2000. 8vo. hardcover in d/w. New in plastic wrap.
Zaehner, R. C. (translator & editor)
Book Number: 63305
Everyman's Library, 1992. 8vo. hardcover. 411pp. Near Fine. / Near Fine d/w.
The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell
Russell, Bertrand (Edited by Robert E. Egner & Lester E. Denonn)
Book Number: 63316
Routledge, London & New York, 2009. 8vo. softcover. 749pp. index. Fine.
The Essential Chomsky
Book Number: 63295
Palgrave Macmillan 2008. 8vo. softcover. 515pp. index. Near Fine.
A TREATISE OF HUMAN NATURE.
Hume, David. Edited, with an introduction by Ernest C. Mossner
Book Number: 63296
Penguin Classics 1984 8vo. hardcover. 709. reading copy, some underlining & notes.
Practical Ethics - Second Edition
Book Number: 63292
Cambridge ; New York Cambridge University Press 2007 8vo softcover 395pp index. very good+. Peter Singer's remarkably clear and comprehensive Practical Ethics has become a classic introduction to applied ethics since its publication in 1979 and has been translated into many languages. For this second edition the author has revised all the existing chapters, added two new ones, and updated the bibliography. He has also added an appendix describing some of the deep misunderstanding of, and consequent violent reaction to, the book in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland where the book has tested the limits of freedom of speech. The focus of the book is the application of ethics to difficult and controversial social questions: equality and discrimination by race, sex, ability, or species; abortion, euthanasia, and embryo experimentation; the moral status of animals; political violence and civil disobedience; overseas aid and the obligation to assist others; responsibility for the environment; the treatment of refugees. Singer explains and assesses relevant arguments in a perspicuous, non-doctrinaire way. He structures the book to show how contemporary controversies often have deep philosophical roots; and he presents an ethical theory of his own that can be applied consistently and convincingly to all the practical cases. The book's primary readership remains teachers and students of ethics whether in philosophy or some other branch of the humanities or social sciences. However, such is the clarity of the book's style and structure that it should interest any thinking person concerned with the most difficult social problems facing us as we approach the twenty-first century.