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New York: Philosophical Library, 1948. Hardcover. This book "aims at describing the great 'unrealizing' functioning of the mind. By means of a close consideration of the operations of imagination and of the nature of the imaginary, Sarte reveals a new way of conceiving the nature of the psychic life and of the mind's relationship with the external world" (jacket). Black cloth boards with maroon and gilt title to spine and front cover. Book cloth along frong hinge is cracked, but board remains firmly attached. Clean interior with minor browning to margins. In illustrated black, white, and brown jacket with white title to spine and front panels. Fading to spine panel. Wear, closed tears, and chipping to edges of jacket. 285 pages. PHIL/032420. Very Good / Very Good.
London: Rider & Company, 1960. First Edition. Hardcover. 1st ed. Very good black cloth covered boards with white title to spine. Minor bumping and rubbing to exterior. Previous owner's name to front free end paper. Underlining in pencil to a few pages. Else is clean and bright. 415 pages. India. INDIA/11262. Very Good.
Lancaster, PA. J.E. Woodbridge and Wendell T. Bush, 1916. Paperback. Very good- in off-white side stapled paper wrappers with black title to front wrapper. Minor wear includes slight stain, closed tear repaired with archival tape and small open tear to front cover. Periodical. PER/7102. Very Good -.
London: George Routledge and Sons, Limited, 1893. Hardcover. Introduction and explanation of the text by Collyns Simon. 8vo. Blue cloth covered boards with gilt tile to spine. Minor wear to spine ends. Foxing and browning to end pages. Else is clean and bright. Index, 220 pages. Philosphy. PHIL/101308. Very Good +.
Berlin und Leipzig: Druck Und Verlag Von B.G. Teubner, 1909. Hardcover. Very good in dark red cloth with gilt lettering on spine and front cover. Minor wear to edges of boards and light browning to margins of pages. Ownership inscription in pen to front endpage dated 1909. 572 pages (including index). In German. GER111240. Very Good.
Cambridge: Macmillan and Co, 1861. Hardcover. Thin 12mo. An essay about the five senses or "gateways of knowledge": eyes, ears, tongue, nose, and tongue. Bound in full tan leather with red title label and green author label to the spine. The spine is ruled in gilt with five raised bands and several geometric devices. The boards are also ruled in gilt. There is minor rubbing to the hinges and edges of the boards. Aside from a signature of a previous owner and a few light smudge marks, the interior is very clean. Marbled endpages and full marbled edges. 105 pages. PHIL/010512. Very Good.