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By Stewart, Dugald (1753-1828).

Printed by William Young, Philadelphia: ., 1793. pp. xi, [2], 10-500. Publisher's advertisements on verso of p. xi. 8vo. 210 mm. Original full leather binding, boards detached. Hardbound. Good. Dugald Stewart (1753-1828) was a Scottish philosopher and mathematician. He is best known for popularizing the Scottish Enlightenment through his lectures, and his influential students at the University of Edinburgh, and other followers. Contents of this work include: Of the Powers of External Perception; Of Attention; Of Conception; Of Abstraction; Of the Association of Ideas; Of Memory; Of Imagination; etc. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. SCARCE. Evans 26212. EVANS1. 1st Edition. Hardcover.


SELF-KNOWLEDGE. A Treatise Shewing The Nature And Benefit Of That Important Science, And The Way To Attain It.

By Mason, John.

Printed by Bonsal & Niles for the Rev. William Pryce, Wilmington: ., 1801. pp. (11), (1) Blank, 164. Age stain. 12mo. 165 mm. Original full leather binding, rubbed. Very slight loss at head of spine. Title continues: "Intermixed With Various Reflections and Observations On Human Nature." The second American from the twelfth London Edition. S&S/AI 884. Hardbound. Very Good. AI BX 2. Full Leather. Hardcover. Very Good.


THE DANCE OF LIFE. With a New Introduction by Havelock Ellis.

By Ellis, Havelock.

The Modern Library, New York: (). 1929., 1929. pp. xiv, 363. 160mm. Original full cloth binding. MOD LIB BX 1. Hardcover.


THE BASIC WRITINGS OF SIGMUND FREUD. Translated and Edited, With An Introduction by Dr. A. A. Brill.

By Freud, Sigmund.

The Modern Library, New York: ()., 1938. pp. vi, 1001. Inked ownership of Sam Schwartz on first fly leaf. Large 8vo. 205mm. Original full cloth binding very spotted. Original dust jacket very worn with loss. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! MOD LIB BX 1. Hardcover. Good/Dust Jacket Included.


SUICIDE AND ITS ANTIDOTES, A Series of Anecdotes and Actual Narratives, With Suggestions On Mental Distress.

By Piggott, Rev. Solomon.

J. Robins and Co., London: 1824., 1824. pp. xxiv, 388, (4) [Publisher's catalogue] + Frontis Engraved by R. Cooper. Text foxed. Uncut and unopened. Edges fragile. 185mm. Virtually disbound. This is a good a candidate for rebinding. This original 1824 First Edition is quite scarce. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! CRIME BX 1. 1st Edition. Disbound. Good.



By Bowne, Borden P.

Harper & Brothers, New York: 1887., 1887. pp. xiii, 329, 4 [Publisher's catalogue]. Bookplate from the library of Rev. Albert Oswald Mullen (1867-1933). 220mm. Original publisher's full blue pebbled cloth binding. Spine lettered in gold. Hardbound. Very good. Attractive copy of an early American psychology text. Borden Parker Bowne (1847-1910) was an American Christian philosopher and theologian in the Methodist tradition. In 1876 he became a professor of philosophy at Boston University, and was there for more than thirty years. An acute critic of positivism and naturalism, he categorized his views variously as: Kantianized Berkeleyanism; transcendental empiricism; and, finally, Personalism, a philosophical branch of liberal theology, of which Bowne is the dominant figure. PHILO BX 4. Hardcover.


A PHILOSOPHICAL ENQUIRY INTO THE ORIGIN OF OUR IDEAS OF THE SUBLIME AND BEAUTIFUL. With an Introductory Discourse concerning Taste, and several other Additions. A New Edition.

By (Burke, Edmund).

Printed for J. Dodsley, London: 1787., 1787. pp. xvi, 342. Damp stained and foxed. 8vo. 215mm. Original full leather binding, very worn. Boards detached. Edmund Burke (1729-1797) was an Anglo-Irish statesman, author, orator, political theorist, and philosopher. After relocating to England, he served for many years in the House of Commons as a member of the Whig party. He is mainly remembered for his support of the cause of the American Revolutionaries, and for his later opposition to the French Revolution. This, Burke's great aesthetic treatise, first published in 1757, was an advance in the uniting of philosophy with psychology. It attracted the attention of prominent Continental thinkers such as Denis Diderot and Immanuel Kant. All 18th century editions seem to be quite scarce. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! PHILOSOPHY BX 4. Hardcover. Fair.


MESMERISM; Its History, Phenomena, and Practice : With Reports of Cases Developed in Scotland.

By (Lang, William).

(Printed by T. Constable, for) Fraser & Co., Edinburgh: 1843., 1843. pp. xii, 240 p. 16 mo. 175 mm. Original full cloth binding. Spine and front board require attachment repair. Still, a nice example of a very scarce book. Hand colored engraved bookplate of Samuel Parsons Scott (1846-1929) who left much of his substantial fortune and library to Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! OCCULT 14. Hardcover. Good.


THOMAS MANN. The World as Will and Representation.

By Kaufmann, Fritz.

Beacon Press, Beacon Hill, Boston: (1957)., 1957. pp. xix, 322. Top edge foxed. 8vo. Original full cloth binding. Original priced dust jacket, slightly worn. Hardbound. Very good. PHILOSOPHY 1. Hardcover.



By Spencer, Herbert.

D. Appleton and Company, New York: 1897., 1897. Five Volumes: Volume One in two bound parts; Volume Two in three bound parts. Top edges gilt. XLib. 8vo. Three quarter leather over marble boards. Virtually disbound. Volumes from a set of Spencer. PHILOSOPHY 3. Hardcover.



By Albert, Ethel M.; et. al.

American Book Company, (New York, etc: 1953)., 1953. pp. xiv, 362. Some pages underlined. Book label of Mrs. Daniel J. Wetzel on title page. Tall 8vo. Original cloth spine over paper covered boards. Hardbound. Very good. PHILOSOPHY 2. Hardcover. Very Good.


OEDIPUS MYTH AND COMPLEX. A Review of Psychoanalytic Theory. Introduction by Erich Fromm.

By Mullahy, Patrick.

Hermitage Press, Inc., New York: (1948)., 1948. pp. xix, 538. 8vo. Original full cloth binding lettered and decorated in white. Original dust jacket, soiled with insect damage on rear flap. Hardbound. Very good. PHILOSOPHY 1. Hardcover.



By Liebman, Joshua Loth.

Simon and Schuster, New York: (1946)., 1946. pp. xiv, 203. Paper beginning to brown but not brittle. Paperback. Second Simon an Schuster Readers' Edition. PHILOSOPHY 1. Soft cover.



By Maurois, Andre.

Columbia University Press, New York & London: 1968., 1968. pp. xvii, 101. 8vo. Original cloth binding. Original dust jacket, price clipped. George B. Pegram Lectures. Hardbound. Very good. PHILOSOPHY 1. Hardcover.


THE AMERICAN TEMPER. Patterns of Our Intellectual Heritage.

By Mosier, Richard D.

University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles: 1952., 1952. 306p. Top edge foxed. Tall 8vo. Original full cloth binding, bumped. Original priced dust jacket, worn at extremities. PHILOSOPHY 1. Hardcover.



By Kaunitz, Maurice M.

Adelphi Company, New York: 1926., 1926. 394p. 8vo. Original full green cloth binding, slightly stained. Hardbound. Very good. First Edition. PHILOSOPHY 2. 1st Edition. Hardcover.



By Spencer, Herbert.

D. Appleton and Company, New York: 1897., 1897. Three Volumes. Volume One; Volume Two in two bound parts. Top edges gilt. XLib. 8vo. Three quarter leather over marbled boards. Virtually disbound. Volumes from a set of Spencer. PHILOSOPHY 3. Hardcover.



By McCosh, James.

Robert Carter & Brothers, New York: 1875., 1875. pp. xix, 212, 2 [Publisher's catalogue]. Front fly leaf torn. 12mo. Original full cloth binding embossed in blind. Spine lettered in gold. Beveled edges. Hardbound. Very good. Dr. McCosh was the President of New Jersey College, Princeton. PHILOSOPHY 2. Hardcover.


PSYCHOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS. An Anthology of the Writings of C. G. Jung. Selected and Edited by Jolande Jacobi.

By Jung, C. G.; Jacobi, Jolande.

Harper Torchbooks, The Bollingen Library, Harper & Brothers, New York: (1961)., 1961. pp. xxvii, 340p. Paperback, worn. First Harper Torchbook edition. PHILOSOPHY 1. Soft cover.



By Montagu, Ashley.

Henry Schuman, New York: 1951., 1951. 125p. Small 8vo. Original full cloth binding. Original dust jacket, price clipped. Hardbound. Very good. PHILOSOPHY 1. Hardcover.


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