EUTHYPHRO APOLOGY AND CRITO and the Death Scene from Phaedo. Translated by F. J. Church. Translation revised, with an Introduction by Robert D. Cumming.
by Plato; Church, F. J
Condition: Very Good
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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