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New York: Columbia University Press, 1960. Frontispiece and one other plate. xviii, 250pp. Short 4to, blue cloth (several small spots on front cover of cloth; dust wrapper is chipped at edges; small ink inscription on front endpaper, otherwise fine). New York: Columbia University, 1960. First edition. A very good copy.
Koenigsberg: Friedrich Nicolovius, 1798. xiv, 334pp., 8vo, original marbled boards (boards are well- rubbed and loosely attached with much of spine lacking; internally very clean with some age-toning but almost no foxing). Koenigsberg: Friedrich Nicolovius, 1798. First edition. A very good copy of this scarce book, with small bookplate of art historian Meyer Schapiro. Kant's only book on psychology. Laehr, II, 1108. Freud included this work in the Bibliography of his Traumdeutung. "Kant, the greatest philosopher of the 18th century.....
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.....
New York: John Wiley, 1957. xvi, 283pp. Tall 8vo, blue boards, d.w. (neatly inked name inside cover; cello-tape stains on endpapers, otherwise a fine copy in a very good dust wrapper). New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1957. First edition. Very good (+). Includes an extended discussion of game theory, and specifically relates the theory of games to problems of international politics.