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Personal Knowledge: Towards a Post-Critical Philosophy

By Polanyi, Michael

London, UK: Routedge & Kegan Paul Ltd, 1962. First Edition / Second Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good - Very Good. Small 4to. xiv + 428 pp, preface, acknowlegments text organizaed in 4 parts / 13 chapters, Part One: The Art of Knowing; Part Two: The Tacit Component; Part Three: The Justification of Personal Knowledge; Part Four: Knowing and Being, Footnotes throughout, index. Pages clean and unmarked, Binding tight. Cover cloth with light wear, at the corners, minor bump-turning at the forecorner tips. Clean DJ chiped along top & bottom edges, inner flap clipped top & bottom. 6.5" x 9.9" blue leatherette covers in off-white DJ.

$37.50

Pensees. With an Introduction by T. S. Eliot

By Pascal, Blaise

Franklin Center, PA: The Franklin Library, 1979. Deluxe Limited Hardcover. Full-Leather. Fine. Octavo. No Dust Jacket, As Issued. xxi, 275 pp, color frontis, Introduction by T. S. Eliot, I. Thoughts on Mind and Style; II. The Misery of Man without God; III. Of the Necessit of the Wager; IV. Of the Means of Belief; V. Justice and the Reason of Effects; VI. The Philosophers; VII. Morality and Doctrine; VIII. The Fundamentals of the Christian Religion; IX. Perpetuity; X. Typology; XI. The Prophecies; XII. Proofs of Jesus Christ; XIII. The Miracles; XIV. Appendix: Polemical Fragments. The 100 Greatest of All Time: Limited Edition, 1979. No Book Plate, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Black leather with gilt embossed decorative boards, raised bands on spine, gilt lettering to spine, gilt text block edges, black silk moire endpapers, and a black satin ribbon.

$27.50

Lysis, Or Friendship / The Symposium / Phaedrus

By Plato / Benjamin Jowett (Translator)

Norwalk, CT: The Easton Press, 1979. Collector's Edition. Full-Leather. Fine. Eugene Karlin. Large 8vo. No Dust Jacket, As Issued. xiv, (iv), 208 pp, color frontis, publisher's preface, preface by Whitney J. Oates; Introduction to Lysis, or Friendship; Lysis, or Friendship; Introduction to The Symposium; The Symposium; Introduction to Phaedrus; Phaedrus. Translated from the Greek, with Introductory Analyses by Benjamin Jowett and with a Preface by Whitney J. Oates and Illustrations by Eugene Karlin. The 100 Greatest Books Ever Written: Limited Edition, 1979. Book Plate with owner's name. Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no other underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Red leather with gilt embossed decorative boards, raised bands on spine, gilt lettering to spine, gilt text block edges, brown silk moire endpapers, and a brown satin ribbon.

$17.50

Logic and Reality in Leibniz's Metaphysics

By Parkinson, G. H. R.

London: Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1965. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine. 8vo. x, 196 pp, preface, abbreviations, introduction, I. The Nature of the Proposition; II. The Limitations of Leibniz's Account; III. Truth and Sufficient Reason; IV. Logic and Theism; V. Subject and Substance; VI. Conclusion; index. First Edition, 1965. "This book re-examines the relations between Leibniz's logic and his metaphysics, taking into account material published since Bertrand Russell's study. It imcludes a comprehensive study of his views about propositions and truth, and discusses, from the point of view of his logic, his theism and his theory of substance. The philosophy which emerges, it is argued, is more consistent than Russell supposed, and contains insights which are still valuable to the contemporary philosopher." from the jacket flap. Not Price Clipped. Inked name on ffep. Only the faintest wear to spine dj, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Dark-blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine.

$27.50

The Dignity of Man: Studies in the Persistence of an Idea

By Baker, Herschel

Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1947. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Large 8vo. xii, 365 pp, preface, acknowledgments, Part I. The Classical View of Man: I. The Pre-Socratic Quest; II. The Problem of Ethical Absolutes: Socrates and the Sophists; III. Platonic Humanism; IV. Aristotelian Humanism; V. The Ethics of Stocism; VI. The Decay of Humanism; VII. Retrospect. Part II. The Christian View of Man: VIII. The Religious Attitude; IX. The Christian Frame of Reference; X. The Winds of Doctrine; XI. Augustine and the Medieval View of Man; XII. Auguries of Change. Part III. The Renaissance View of Man: XIII. Vis Interiae in the Renaissance; XIV. The Best of All Possible Worlds: XV. The Uses of Neoplatonism; XVI. Christian Humanism; XVII. The Naturalistic View of Man; XVIII. 16th-Century Ethics and the Develoopment of New-Stocism; XIX. The Protestant View of Man; epilogue, bibliography, index. First Edition, 1947. "In one big chronological and thematic sweep the author presents the history of the concept of human dignity. He traces the main motifs which have informed it --- their rise, their subsidence, and their renewal --- and all the forces old and new which affected the idea and its persistence." from the jacket flap. Price clipped. Inked name and personal info on ffep. Age-toned spine dj with lightly bumped bottom fore-edge corner and slightly age-toned top text block edge, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Black cloth with gilt lettering to front board and spine.

$37.50

Buber
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Buber

By Vermes, Pamela

New York: Grove Press, 1988. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. xi, 116 pp, introduction, 1. First Influences; 2. Encounter with Hasidism; 3. Early Writings; 4. I and Thou; 5. The Hebrew Bible; 6. In Palestine; 7. The Final decades; notes, bibliography, index. Jewish Thinkers sereis: First Edition, 1988. "'I demonstrate reality', Martin Buber (1878-1965) insisted. 'I have no doctrine. I conduct a convefrsation.' The widely influential thinker, whose work has had a considerable impact on Christian as well as Jewish thought, considered himself heither philosopher nor theologian, but rather a guide. Politically, he belonged to a minority which, ahead of its time, sought a compromise with the Palestinian Arabs to guarantee peaceful coexistence between the two peoples." from the jacket flap. Price clipped. Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Black half-cloth with dark-blue paper-covered boards, and gilt lettering to spine.

$17.50

The Western Intellectual Tradition From Leonardo to Hegel

By Bronowski, J. and Bruce Mazlish

New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1960. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine. 8vo. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. xviii, 522 pp, preface, introduction; Part I. the Expanding World: From Leonardo to Galileo, 1500-1630; Part II. The Age of Reasoned Dissent: From Cromwell to Rousseau, 1630-1760; Part III. the Great Revolutions: From Smith to Hegel, 1760-1830; conclusion, indices. [M-K 1960]. "This study of the development of ideas from the Renaissance to the opening of the nineteenth century is a mind-opening book. It is intellectual history in the largest sense, no confined to ideas in one or a few fields, but covering the whole spectrum of Western intellectual activity during the four centuries from medieval to modern. An important feature of the book is its stress on the interplay of ideas from different fields. In particular, the authors give more attention than is usual to the ideas of science, to the movements of literary stylee, and to the innovations in the arts." from the jacket flap. Price clipped. Minor edge wear with faded spine dj, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Black and brown cloth, and gilt lettering to spine.

$17.50

The American Enlightenment: the Shaping of the American Experiment and a Free Society

By Koch, Adrienne (ed.)

New York: George Braziller, 1965. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Large 8vo. 665 pp, preface by Frank Freidel, introduction, Part I. Benjamin Franklin; Part II. John Adams; Part III. Thomas Jefferson; Part IV. James Madison; Part V. Alexander Hamilton; chronologies, sources, further reading. Edited with an Introduction by Adrienne Koch: First Edition, 1965. "The selections attempt to show the scope of their abilities and activities and the nature of the contributions made to the formation of American society as revealed in the thoughts and writings of our major philosopher-statesmen." from the jacket flap. Price clipped. Partially age-toned spine and panel margins dj. Light age-toning to text block edges, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Dark-blue cloth with maroon title plate and gilt lettering to spine.

$27.50

Literature and the English Civil War
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Literature and the English Civil War

By Healy, Thomas and Johathan Sawday (eds.)

Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1990. First Edition. Hard Cover. As New/As New. Large 8vo. viii, 268 pp, notes on the contributors, Introduction: 'Warre is all the World About' by Thomas Healy and Jonathan Sawday; Part I. Definitions and Premonitions: 1. The Very Name of the Game: Theories of Order and Disorder by Annabel Patterson; 2. A Troubled arcadia by Graham Parry. Part II. Engagement or Retreat?: 3. Politics and the Masque: Samacida Spolia by Martin Butler; 4. Exploring the Language of Devotion in the English Revolution by Helen Wilcox. Part III. Truth and the Self: 5. In the Wars of Truth: Violence, True Knowledge and Power in Milton and Hobbes by Francis Barker; 6. 'Some Rousing Motions': The Plurality of Miltonic Ideology by Thomas N. Corns; 7. 'Mysteriously Divided': Civil War, Madness and the Divided Self by Jonathan Sawday. Part IV. Interpreting the Present: 8. Marvell's 'Horation Ode' and the Politics of genre by David Norbrook; 9. 'Dark All without it Knits': Vision and Authority in Marvell's Upon Appleton House by Thomas Healy; 10. History Digested: Opera and Colonialism in the 1650s by Susan J. Wiseman; 11. 'Cheap and Common Animals': The Englsh Anatomy of Ireland in the 17th Century by Patricia Coughlan. Part V. Aftermaths: 12. 'the Colonel's Shadow': Lucy Hutchinson, Women's Writing and the Civil War by N. H. Keeble; 13. Exporting Enghusiasm: John Perrot and the Quaker Epic by Nigel Smith; index. First Edition, 1990. "Literature and the English Civil War charts the relationship between literary texts and their historical context during this era of profound change and upheaval for British society and culture. The volume demonstrates that literary texts are not merely passive reflections of the historical events that help to form them. On the contrary, 'history' is fashioned by the way events are named and the language used to describe them. Essays in the volume focus on issues of ideology and genre, often with reference to topical debates about how the events of 1640-1660 can best be characterised." Not Price Clipped, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Red cloth with gilt lettering to spine.

$48.00

Political Writings

By Mill, John Stuart

Franklin Center, PA: The Franklin Library. 1982. Limited Edition. H Full-Leather. As New. No Dust Jacket, As Issued. 419 pp, On Liberty; Considerrations on Representative Government. The 100 Greatest of All Time: Limited Edition, 1982. No Book Plate, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Black leather with gilt embossed decorative boards, raised bands on spine, gilt lettering to spine, gilt text block edges, black silk moire endpapers, and a black satin ribbon.

$27.50

The Evolution of Medieval Thought (second edition)
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The Evolution of Medieval Thought (second edition)

By Knoles, David / Luscombe, D.E. & Brooke,C. N. L. - Editors

London and New York: Longman, 1988. Second Trade Paperback / 5th Printing. Trade Paperback. Near Fine. Small Octavo. xxvi + 338 pp, prefaces to the first & second edition, introduction to the second edition, 5 Parts / 28 chapters, epilogue, with footnotes throughout, suggestions for further reading, index. Binding tight, pages clean and unmarked, covers with light wear from prior use, but still Near Fine. 5.5" x 8,1" black illustrated wraps.

$20.00

Essays/Advancement of Learning/New Atlantis

By Bacon, Sir Francis

Franklin Center, PA: The Franklin Library, 1982. Limited Edition. Full-Leather. As New. Large 8vo. No Dust Jacket, As Issued. 391 pp, The Essays or Counsels, Civil and Moral; Of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning Divine and Humane; New Atlantis. The 100 Greatest of All Time: Limited Edition, 1982. No Book Plate. Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no other underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Gray leather with gilt embossed decorative boards, raised bands on spine, gilt lettering to spine, gilt text block edges, gray silk moire endpapers, and a gray satin ribon.

$27.50

Studies in Philosophy

By Hoernlé, R.F.A. (Reinhold Friedrich Alfred) / Robinson, Daniel S. - Editor

Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1952. First American Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo. xviii + 334 pp, robinson's memoir, Hoernle's foreword, Part I - 10 unpublished essays; Part II - Reprints of 9 published articles, Text clean, binding tight, cover spine letters faded, else VG. Gray Dj with very slight tan to spine, else VG in clear mylar protector. 6" x 8.7" blue cloth boards in gray DJ.

$17.50

Charles Peirce's Empiricism

By Buchler, Justus

London, UK: Kegan Paul, Trench, Truber & Co, 1939. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo. xviii + 276 pp, preface, foreword by Ernest Nagel, text & footnotes grouped in Parts, I - Critical Common-Sensism, II - Pragmatism; III - The Formal and the Empirical; Appendixes I & II, index. Dark blue (near black) cloth boards with minor bumping at forecorners & fr foreedge, else text clean, binding tight, cover cloth VG. Gilt spine letters bright. 5.75" x 8.6" cloth boards.

$25.00

Related Multiplicity

By Mallik, B. K.

Oxford: Hall The Publisher Ltd.. 1952. First American Edition. H Hard Cover. Very Good-Very Good +. (5) 258 pp, foreword, Prologue: I. Introduction; II. Restatement of My Account of Reality; III. My Account Compared with Tradition; IV. Revision of My Metaphysical Position; V. Re-Interpretation of the Mystical Humanistical and Dualistic Conceptions. Evidence: VI. Formulation of Logic; VII. The Laws of Thought; VIII. Theory of Confirmation; IX. Nature of Organization; X. Formal and Material Truth; XI. Subjective and Objective; XII. Traditional View of the Difference Between Classical and Modern Thought; XIII. Review of European History; XIV. Two Questions; XV. Evidence For My Comment on History; XVI. Individualism in Seventeenth Century Europe; XVII. The Major Question; XVIII. Contemporary Views on Fact and Relations; XIX. Analysis of Fact and Relations (cont.); XX. The Pattern of Existence in My Scheme; Reviews: The Negative. First Edition, 1952. "Basanta Mallik (1879-1958) was a significant twentieth-century Indian philosopher who followed his studies in philosophy at the University of Calcutta (BA, 1902; MA, 1903) with a period as a student then academic at the University of Oxford. Mallik began his time at Oxford as a law student, gaining a BA in Jurisprudence in 1916; he went on to complete a Certificate in Physical and Cultural Anthropology (1918) and a Diploma in Anthropology (1919). His ideas attempted to bridge philosophical debates drawn from ‘East’ and ‘West’; Mallick, like others of his generation, was widely read in both traditions. This volume's prologue restates his main position with particular reference to the three historic accounts of reality he described as worked out in the mystical, humanistic and dualistic societies, and is based ona completely original formulation of two pairs of ultimate categories, the Absolute and the Relative and the Positive and the Negative: which formulation has made possible a fresh interpretation of the Hindu conceptions of Atman and Nirvana, the Greek conceptions of the Idea and the Individual and the Hebrew-Christian conceptions of Personal God and Community. It Provides for a resolution of the dialectic which has resulted from these ultimate human experiments and has led to ceaseless clash and warfare. The second part is devoted to the Evidence, which establishes the author's new theory of logic and proceeds to review Western thought in the light of this theory. An altogether new interpretation of European thought is evolved, with the relationships between the classical, the medieval and the modern speculative claims as the main theme and a constructive critique of Christian philosophy and of Descartes's position developing out of it. Modern thought -- correalationsism and logical positivism -- is fully reviewed." from the jacket flap. Not Price Clipped. 1 1/4" chip across to edge spine dj with very small chip to bottom corner, and age-toned spine of same. . Age-toned text block edges and endpaper gutters, else, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Green cloth with gilt lettering to spine.

$27.50

Alternating Current

By Paz, Octavio

New York: A Richard Seaver Book/The Viking Press. 1973. F First English Edition. H Hard Cover. Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 215 pp, foreword, I.: What Does Poetry Name?; From and Meaning; Homage to Aesop; Language and Abstraction; A Peruvian Painter; Notes on La realidad y el deseo; Landscape and the Novel in Mexico; Metamorphosis; Invention, Underdevelopment, Modernity; The Seed; Primitives and Barbarians; Nature, Abstraction, Time; Figure and Presence; The New Acolytes; On Criticism; Mask and Transparency; Remedios Varo's Appearances and Disappearances; Andre Breton or the Quest of the Beginning; The Verbal Pact and Correspondence; Recapitulations. II.: Knowledge, Drugs, Inspiration; Henri Michaux; Grace, Asceticism, Merits; Paradises; The Metamorphososes of Stone; The Symposium and the Hermit; Bunuel's Philosophical Cinema; Forms of Atheism; Nihilism and Dialectics; Person and Principle; The Liberated Man and Liberators. III.: Revolt, Revolution, Rebellion; The Verbal Round; The City Mouse and the Country Mouse; The Channel and the Signs; Satiety and Nausea; The Two Forms of Reason; The Exception of the Rule; The Rules of the Exception; The End in the Beginning; A Form in Search of Itself; Revolt; index. Translated by Helen R. Lane. First English Edition, 1973. "Not since Ortega has there been a thinker in the Spanish tradition with the breadth, the scope, and the stylistic elan of Octavio Paz. Every subject dealt with in these pages is in some way an adventure of the mind, shared with us by a poet who is brilliant without being brittle, scholarly without being tiresome -- a man whoose sensitivity and perceptiveness are so well matched by the quality of his warmth and human compassion. Not Price Clipped. Faintly age-toned spine dj with only the slightest soiling to panels of same. Slightly faded top text block edge, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Black cloth with gilt lettering to spine, and red top text block edge.

$17.50

Art and human Intelligence

By Tejera, Victorino

New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. 1965. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good +. xii, 237 pp, preface, Part I. Methodological Introduction: 1. The Nature of Aesthetics or the Trouble With Theory; 2. The Subject Matter of the Philosophy of Art. Part II. Expression: 3. Medium and Meaning in Art; 4. Making and Experiencing. Part III. Art: 5. Psychoanalysis, Gestaltism, and Art; 6. Existentialism and Art; 7. Art and the Art Work; 8. Art and Judgement. Part IV. Creative Man: 9. The Creative Animal; photo credits, bibliographical notes, index with 46 illustrations, including 9 in color. First Edition, 1965. Not Price Clipped. Small chip to top edge spine dj with light edge wear to same. Lightly age-toned and soiled dj with minor wear to top edge of same. Lightly age-toned text block edges with only the faintest edgewear, else, Pristine. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Light-green & black cloth with white and gilt lettering to front board and spine.

$14.00

The Parallax View
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The Parallax View

By Zizek, Slavoj

Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. 2006. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. ix (i), 433 (1) pp, series foreword, Introduction - Dialectical Materialism at the Gates: I. The Stellar Parrallax: The Traps of Ontological Difference: 1. The Subject, This "Inwardly Circumcised Jew"; 2. Building Blocks for a Materialist Theology; Interlude 1. Kate's Choice, or, The Materialism of Henry James. II. The Solar Paralax: The Unbearable Lightness of Being No One: 3. The Unbearable Heaviness of Being Divine Shit; The Loop of Freedom; Interlude 2. Object Petit A in Social Lines, or, The Impasses of Anti-Anti-Semitism. III. The Lunar Parallax: Toward a Politics of Subtraction: 5. From Surplus-Value to Surplus-Power; 6. The Obscene Knot of Ideology, and Hw to Unite It; notes, index. Short Circuits series: First Edition, 2006. "The Parallax View is Slavoj Zizek's most substantial theoretical work to appear in many years; Zizek himself describes it as his magnum opus. Parallax can be defined as the apparent displacement of an object, caused by a change in observational position. Zizek is interested in the 'parallax gap' separating two points between which no synthesis or mediation is possible, linked by an "impossible short circuit" of levels that can never meet. From this consideration of parallax, Zizek begins a rehabilitation of dialectical materialism. The author focuses on three main modes of parallax: the ontological difference, the ultimate parallax that conditions our very access to reality; the scientific parallax, the irreducible gap between the phenomenal experience of reality and its scientific explanation; and the political parallax, the social antagonism that allows for no common ground. The Parallax View not only expands Zizek's Lacanian-Hegelian approach to new domains but also provides the systematic exposition of the conceptual framework that underlies his entire work." Not Price Clipped. Pristine. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Tan half-cloth with brown paper-covered boards, and gilt lettering to spine.

$17.50

Aesthetics of Gyorgy Lukacs
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Aesthetics of Gyorgy Lukacs

By Kiralyfalvi, Bela

Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1975. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. vii, 164 (2) pp, prefae, 1. Introduciton: Biographical Sketch; The Significance of Lukacs' Work in Aesthetics; 2. Lukacs' Philosophical World View : Is There a Marxist Ontology?; Lukacs' Marxist Theory of Knowledge; 3. The Origin and Development of Art; 4. The Theory of Aesthetic Reflection; 5. The Category of Specialty in Aesthetics: The Notion of Type; Totality in Art; 6. The Language of Art: Allegory and Symbolism; 7. Form and Content in Art; 8. The Aesthetic Effect; 9. The Unique Principles of Drama; 10. The Social Mission of Art; list of works consulted, index. First Edition, 1975. "This is the first book-length treatment of Gyorgy Lukacs' major achievement, his Marxist aesthetic theories. Working from the thirty-one volumes of Luckacs' works and twelve separately published essays, speeches, and interviews, the author provides a full and systematic analysis for English-speaking readers. This lucid and readable account of Lukacs' aesthetic theories will be of special interest to students of literature, aesthetics, and drama, and those generally concerned with Marxist theory." from the jacket flap. Price Clipped. Inked name on ffep, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Tan cloth with black lettering to spine.

$27.50

Theory and Practice
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Theory and Practice

By Habermas, Jurgen

Boston, MA: Beacon Press. 1988. Later Printing. S Paperback. As New. ix, 310 pp, translator's note, Introduction: Some Difficulties in the Attempt to Link Theory and Praxis; 1. The Classical Doctrine of Politics in Relation to Social Philosophy; 2. Natural Law and Revolution; 3. Hegel's Critique of the French Revolution; 4. Labor and Interaction: Remarks on Hegel's Jena Philosophy of Mind; 5. On Hegel's Political Writings; 6. Between Philosophy and Science; 7. Dogmatism, Reason, and Decision: On Theory and Praxis in Our Scientific Civilization, notes, index. Later Printing, 1988. "Through a series of highly original historical studies, Habermas reexamines the relations between philosophy, science and politics. Beginning with the classical doctrine of politics as developed by Aristotle, he traces the changing constellation of theory and practice through the work of Machiavelli, More, Hobbes, Hegel and Marx. Politics has lost its link with the practical cultivation of character, that is, with the praxis of enlightened citizens. Theory and Practices includes a major reassessment of Marx's work and of the status of Marxism as a form of critique. In an important concluding chapter Habermas examines the role of reason and the prospects for critical theory in our modern scientific civilization." from the jacket flap. Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Paperback.

$17.50

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