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Little Library of Liberal Arts, 1954. pp. xviii, 68. 20 cm. Original blue printed wraps, slightly sun darkened. Reprint of the 1948 edition. The Little Library of Liberal Arts publication [Number Four]. PHILOSOPHY BOX 3. Soft Cover. Very Good.
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