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Berlin: Jewish Museum Berlin, 2001. Foreword by Julian Nida-Rumerlin. Other introductory writings by W. Michael Blumenthal and Ken Gorbey. Illustrated profusely in color and black-and-white. 221pages, square 4to, pictorial boards (tiny bumps to bottom back edge and Berlin: Jewish Museum Berlin, (2001). A fine copy.
Stuttgart: KOHLHAMMER, 1956. Two volumes. 251 full page illustrations, thick folios, black cloth; spines slightly faded. Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer, 1956. An internally fine, very good copy. Weisskunig is the 16th century account of the life of the Emperor Maximilian I. Written by Marx Treitzsaurwein following dictation and instruction from the emperor. It was illustrated primarily by a collaboration of Leonard Beck (1480-1542), Hans Burgkmair (1473-1531), Hans Schäuffelein (1480-1540), and Hans Springinklee (1490-1540).
Konigsberg: Nicolovius, 1790. Small 8vo, cloth-backed boards. Konigsberg: Nicolovius, 1790. First Edition. Very good (+). An elaboration and development of some of the principles first laid down in Kant's Critique of Pure Reason, a work which permanently altered the evolution and direction of Western philosophy.
Konigsberg: Friedrich Nicolovius, 1791. Small slim, 126 pages, 8vo, contemporary 1/4 calf; (worn). Konigsberg: Friedrich Nicolovius, 1791. Very good. Second Edition of this appendix to the epochal Critique of Pure Reason (2nd ed., 1787). This work concerns itself primarily with the question of how synthetic a priori judgments are possible, a response to some observations by Eberhard. The great success of the first edition of this work, along with Kant's great popularity at this time, made the publication of this.....