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From Thales to the present time [Jan 01, 1877] Ueberweg, Friedrich

by History of philosophy,

Condition: Fair

Fair. Volume I only (Ancient and Medieval Philosophy); 1876 printing of 1871 edition; ex-library hardcover, professionally re-bound in green buckram; usual library markings; no dust jacket; pages tight, with very minor markings on 10 early pages; 2 small drip-stains on fore-edge; one page mended at hinge with white cloth tape; one page mended at fore-edge with transparent tape; light shelfwear; ship next day in bubblewrap; email confirmation.


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