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    Francis Bacon by Skemp, A. R

    T. C. & E. C. Jack, London. Cloth. Condition: Good First Edition Cover: Cloth apple green with black print. Some white marks upper left corner (see photo). Light shelf ware to the edges. Book Stamp on inside cover. Binding: Good to Fair, feels a little loose in places but all pages accounted and bound. Text: Clear, no discernible marks to volume. Overall: The People's Books were one of several series (such as The Home University Library ) that assumed a readership with low means but high intellectual goals. The People's Books were distinguished by their succinct format, written by experts, at a very low price. At least 155 titles were issued. This is not a reprint series, but instead a series of new titles commissioned by the publishers. The brevity + quality + low-cost gained many glowing reviews when the series was release…. Link: https://seriesofseries.owu.edu/peoples-books/ Can post UK and overseas, please see pricing. 30 day money back guarantee


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    Wittgensteinianism and Religion (Faith and Philosophy: Journal of the Society of Christian Philosophers, Volume 18, No. 4: October 2001). by William Hasker, [Editor]

    Wilmore, KY Department of Philosophy, Asbury College, 2001. Paperback Near Fine in Wraps: shows only the most minute indications of use: just a hint of wear to the lower front corner; a couple of small, faint spots at the rear panel; Address label at rear panel; else flawless. Binding square and secure; text clean. Very close to 'As New'. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 8vo. 117pp. D.Z. Phillips [Advisory Editor]. Essays by Rush Rhees, Peter Winch, Lars Hertzberg, M. Jamie Ferreira, John H. Whittaker, D.Z. Phillips and N.K. Verbin. Paperback.


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    The Sea of Faith: Christianity in Change (SIGNED COPY) by Cupitt, Don

    BBC, London, 1985. Reprint. Grey Cloth. Fine/Near Fine. Illustrator: Photo's. Signed by Author. gilt titles spine; profusely illustrated throughout by colour & b/w. photo's.; "On Dover beach in the 1860s, Matthew Arnold found an image of the decline of religion, the 'melancholy, long, withdrawing roar' of the Sea of Faith. Twenty years later Nietzsche was proclaiming the death of God. Neither was saying anything essentially novel. For centuries changes in science, in historical thinking and in philosophy, set in motion by thinkers such as Galileo, Descartes, Kant and Hegel, had been eroding cherished beliefs - in a moral world­order, in another world beyond this one, in the very possibility of absolute knowledge or exclusive truth. When traditional dogmas have been dissolved away, we find ourselves quite alone, with no resources but those we can muster from within ourselves. But there is also another story. In this important book, based on his BBC television series, Don Cupitt argues that over the same period a new tide has begun to flow; a profound mutation has been taking place as religion breaks free from the outworn supernatural beliefs that at present stifle it. He shows the change in process in a variety of thinkers, including Kierkegaard, Albert Schweitzer, Jung and Wittgenstein. Accepting the twentieth-century's bleak view of man's place in the Universe, including the view that religion itself is simply human, Don Cupitt proposes that Christianity should now be practised without dogma, as a spiritual path, an ethic, and a way of giving meaning to life. It is a controversial idea, but Cupitt argues here that such a transformation is already under way." Price-clipped DustJacket; signed by the author on the fep. with the inscription - "for Corinne Garvey, with many thanks for all your help & encouragement. 21 November, 1991"; incld. index - 286 pages. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Illustrator: Photo's. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Religion & Theology; Christianity; Philosophy of Religion; Philosophy. Signed by Author. ISBN: 0563202025. ISBN/EAN: 9780563202028. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: THG00034. . 9780563202028


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    The Republic of Plato In Ten Books by Plato

    Dent and Sons, London, 1911, Due-Demicmo 12mo, 348 pages: Condition Good to Fair. Cover: Olive green boards, spine is stunned near top and small tear to fabric, no d/j. Binding: Fair, feels loose in parts but text-block intact. Text: Good, clear of annotation nice large type, previous owners name on inside leave, dated May 1912. Overall: A good book, could be better with tighter binding and less stunning to the top half of spine. Again, another beautiful Dent Everyman book from the early part of the 20th century. Wiki/Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Everyman's_Library We thoroughly examine each book and try to provide as many photos and descriptions as possible; as antiquarian books are sometimes sold in a poor state with inaccuracies and omissions. If you are not happy with your purchase we will give you a 30 day money back Guarantee, (no quibbles). We can post UK and overseas, please see pricing.


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    The Essays of francis bacon by Bacon, Francis

    Cover: Royal Blue boards with impress, faded gold colour title on spine, some light discoloration. Binding: Very Good, pages feel secure. Text: Clear, no discernible notes. Overall: A very good edition from this publisher which has been kept in very good condition. Wiki/link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxford_World's_Classics Can post UK and overseas, please see pricing. 30 day money back guarantee


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    HISTORIA PAPATUS. Novissimo Historiae Lutheranismi & Calvinismi fabro kata biaion reposita. Qua Ecclesiae Romanae, septem Periodis distinctae, origo & progressus, ad nostra usque tempora, pertexitur by HEIDEGGER, Johann Heinrich

    Amsterdam: printed by Heinricum Wetstenium, 1684. Very good+. 4to (8.1", 20.6 cm). [28], 598, 40, [20] pp. Complete. First edition: The preeminent Swiss theologian of his time (not the 20th-century philosopher), Heidegger (1633-1698) was a professor of Hebrew, philosophy, dogmatics and ecclesiastical history, moral philosophy and theology. This is a chief example of his influential writings, which were largely leveled against the Roman Catholic Church; though not antagonistic, all his works were on the list of forbidden books. The Protestant Reformation sought to end church injustices and hierarchies and sought secular religion, priests relieved of celibacy, and dismissed opulence. Post-reformation, Heidegger sought to unify the Swiss Reformed churches, still organized as separate entities. Also, the Age of Enlightenment of the 17th century, characterized by the scientific revolution, philosophers widely circulating their ideas, printed books and pamphlets, served to undermine the authority of the monarchy and the church. Period vellum binding, author and title neatly written at top of spine. All edges speckled red. Red and black text to title page. Decorated capitals and endpieces. Francesco Guicciardini, editor. Encyclopaedia Britannica XIII, p.209. British Library online. CERL online. Heritage Auctions catalogue of 2015. Catalogue of the Library of the Late William R. Williams, STD, LLD. of 1896, Part II, Item no. 686. Rear pastedown with bookplate of Rev. William Robert Williams, noted for his library of church history and theology, a collection remarkable for its breadth and historic provenance. Vellum binding lightly soiled and slightly sprung, ex-library with Newton Theological Institution subtly labeled on spine and blind-stamped to upper-right corner of title-page, p.3, p.301 and p.597, two adjacent pages mildly toned midway, minimal pale foxing, handful corner creases, small William R. Williams to top edge of title page. Excellent, tight, clean copy.


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    Spinoza's Critique of Religion by Leo Strauss

    Paperback / softback. New. In this text Leo Strauss articulates the conflict between reason and revelation as he explores Spinoza's scientific, comparative, and textual treatment of the Bible.


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    Sir Thomas More's Utopia by Thomas More

    Dent, London, 1893 . Condition: Good to fair: 183p Cover : Dark blue, gold inlay on spine and embossed owl on front. Bumping to spine and some curving of cover corners. Binding: Fair, some loose feeling pages, and pages not fully aligned in binding – seems to be the norm for this old edition. Text/pages: Stamp front cover and name in pen (please see photo), text does have pencil notes in margin within the book, picture print of author and dent Arts & Craft title page well preserved under fly sheet (please see photo) Overall: A good to fair copy of a rare book, when consideration is taken for age this would be a good book for any collector of More's work, Utopia being a major work of the western philosophical tradition. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_More#Utopia Can post UK and Overseas, please see pricing. 30 day money back Guarantee


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    NATURAL HISTORY OF ENTHUSIASM by [TAYLOR, Isaac]

    London: Henry G. Bohn, 1842. Eighth Edition. Full calf. Very good. 16mo (6 1/2 in tall); viii 280 pp. Finely bound in full calf with elaborately gilt decorated compartments, raised bands and gilt lettered black leather label to spine, plus gilt borders and turn-ins to panels. All edges marbled. Marbled endpapers. Head chipped, corners rubbed, panels lightly scuffed, two armorial bookplates one gracefully inscribed, front fly-leaf with graceful name plus penciled summary in Italian, preliminary and terminal blanks with trace foxing. Isaac Taylor's best known work. Originally published anonymously in 1829, Natural History of Enthusiasm detailed the dangers of false piety. NCBEL 1604.


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    Training In Thought and Expression by Wood, T Frederick

    Macmillen , London, 1961, 8Vo, 208 pages. Condtion Good. Cover: Blue buckram boards, a few marks on cover, spine stunned and some rubbing to edges/corners. Binding: Good, feels comfortable to hand. Text: Good no marks/notes although does have a post office library stamp, not a public library stamp so the book has been kept in better condition. Overall: A goodbook, only negatives are the cover and the stunning to the spine. A very popular/interesting book of its day, with practical advice and exercises at the end of chapters. We thoroughly examine each book and try to provide as many photos and descriptions as possible; as antiquarian books are sometimes sold in a poor state with inaccuracies and omissions. If you are not happy with your purchase we will give you a 30 day money back Guarantee, (no quibbles). We can post UK and overseas, please see pricing.


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