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New York: Horizon Press, 1981. Illustrated with black-and-white photographs. 220 pages, tall 8vo, cloth-backed boards, dust wrapper (edge-worn) New York: Horizon Press, 1981. A very good(+) copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Inscribed and signed on the flyleaf: "For Casper Citron - Valued association in radio and the broadcasting of truth over the years. Corliss Lamont, 1981."
Paris: Cercle-Social, 1796. 2 volumes. 314, ; 312,  pages. 8vo, early marbled boards with paper spine labels (bindings well-worn but very firm; uniform light foxing throughout). Paris: Imprimerie du Cercle-Social, An IV . First edition. Extremely rare. A very good(+) copy. "One of the most successful popularizations of science ever composed." -DSB. An accompaniment to the author's lectures on calculus, mechanics, and astronomy. Contains sections on observable astronomical phenomena, real motion of planets, satellites and comets, a summarization of.....
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1956. Translated and Edited by Leroy E. Loemker. 2 vols., blue cloth. d.w. University of Chicago Press, (1956). A broad selection of Leibniz's writings including many never before available in English. Near fine copies, with neat ownership signature in one volume.
Paris: 1651. Extra engraved title by Richer, but lacking the main title page, and lacking the 2nd engraved title for Theologie. The book consists solely of 62 double-page text engravings -- 51 for Philosophie Morale & 11 Theologie Naturelle. [Paris, 1651]. Very clean. Volumes 4 & 5 of "La Philosophie Expliquee en Tableaux Synoptiques"
Paris: Presses Universitaires, 1949. 639pp., thick 8vo, original printed wrappers, pages evenly age browned. Paris: Presses Universitaires, 1949. First Edition. Very good. Scarce and fragile. The founding of structural anthropology reflecting the author's field expieriences in Brazil. With the small ownership label of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
1849. 3.5 x 4.5 inches, December 1, 1849, comprising seven lines from "The Noble Heart" including: "In the abysmal depths of crime there's light And if some vices will distort our nature Still there's a something in the heart of man Keeps virtue and all footless from decay." Evenly toned with occasional spotting; mounting remnants on the back. Good condition. English philosopher.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1918. 406p., tall 8vo, blue ribbed cloth (spine slightly rubbed). Berkeley: University of California Press, 1918. First Edition. The first history of symbolic logic in English, by "the father of modal logic". Neat ownership signature, otherwise fine. Scarce.