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Practical Reason and Norms

by Joseph Raz

Condition: Good/No Jacket


London: Hutchinson, 1975. First Edition. Hardback. Good/No Jacket. 308 8vo. Ex-library, with remnants of labels to prelims and stamps to verso of title page. The rest of the book seems free of stamps. In now-permanent transparent protective cover. Condition notes: The boards are rather discoloured from age and the general appearance externally is grubby. However, apart from the library damage to prelims, the book is internally clean and unmarked, with tight binding. A good reading copy.

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