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Leipzig: Reclam, 1921. Herausgegeben aus dem Schriftlichen Nachlasse des Verfassers von Dr. Fr. Prihonsky. 157pp. Short slim 8vo, olive green cloth (lightly worn). Leipzig, 1851 [i.e.1921]. A very good copy. Bolzano's most famous posthumous work in which he anticipated certain basic ideas of set theory. Published as Band 99 of der Philosophischen Bibliothek, Leipzig: Meiner, . Ownership signature of art historian & scholar Meyer Schapiro.
Leipzig: Reclam, 1928. Herausgegeben aus dem Schriftlichen Nachlasse des Verfassers von Dr. Fr. Prihonsky. 157pp plus ads. Short slim 8vo, bright green cloth. Leipzig, 1851 [i.e.1928]. A very good(+) copy. Bolzano's most famous posthumous work in which he anticipated certain basic ideas of set theory. Published as Band 99 of der Philosophischen Bibliothek, Leipzig: Meiner, .
London: 1755. 390 pages, small 8vo, full polished tree calf. London: 1755. Very good (+). "Bonnet is considered one of the fathers of modern biology. He is distinguished for both his experimental research and his philosophy, which exerted a profound influence upon the naturalists of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. " (D.S.B. II: 286).
Amsterdam: Reynal, 1769. 2 volumes in one. xxiv, 263; , 170, pp. Short 8vo, bound in full contemporary calf; gilt spine with red & black labels (rubbed but sound and attractive); marbled endpapers, red edges. Amsterdam: Chez Marc-Michel Rey, 1769. Dutch edition, published the same year as the first Geneva edition. Charles Bonnet (1720-1793) was a Swiss naturalist with with wide-ranging interests including entymology, botany, psychology, religion and philosophy. This is his last important work, dealing with the past and.....
Warsaw: Wolna Wszechnica Polska, 1939. 114pp printed on thin coated paper. Tall thin 8vo, original cloth-backed printed boards (edges darkened; neatly inked signature on front endpaper, else a near fine copy). Warszawa: Wolna Wszechnica Polska, 1939. First edition. Very good. Scarce. Bibliotheca Universitatis Liberae Polonae - Seria B, Nr. 8(31).
Paris: Louis de Heuqueville, 1648. Allegorical vignette on title, and a few woodcut initials and decorative pieces throughout. , 287,  pages. Short 4to, bound in contemporary vellum with envelope edges; spine title in neat manuscript. Paris: Louis de Heuqueville, 1648. First edition. Scarce. OCLC lists only 2 copies.
Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press, 1994. xiv + 178 pages. 8vo with emerald cloth, dust wrapper. Wrapper is lightly worn, has some residue from price stickers. Otherwise in near-fine condition. Columbia: University of Missouri, (1994). Light staining of fore-edge. Otherwise a very good (+) copy.
Philadelphia: John Ormrod, 1793. 193pp. + publisher's ad page. 12mo, contemporary calf, leather label, lightly rubbed, scattered light foxing, mostly to margins, preliminary and last two blank pages at end have light browning to margins. Philadelphia: John Ormond, 1793. First American Edition Author was a Scottish minister who was a professor of moral philosophy at the University of Utrecht. Evans 25234.
London: Edward Dod, 1646. Title & text within double ruled borders throughout; some decorative with woodcut initials and headpieces. , 386 pages. Short folio, rebound in recent full brown calf; red morocco label gilt and with minimal blind-stamped details. London: Printed by T[homas] H[arper] for Edward Dod, 1646. First edition. License leaf is mounted; title has several neat professional repairs at margins; light foxing throughout, somewhat heavier on first and last pages; several ex-library inkstamps throughout and with some contemporary.....