By: Harris, James (1709-1780)

Price: $224.96

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Book Condition: Fine with no dust jacket

We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 485 plus lengthy index pages; Rebound in black cloth, published 1775 in London, England. Some foxing throughout, however, generally light. The contents include: Chapter 1. Introduction -- scope or end of the inquiry -- begins from the arrangement of simple, or single terms -- character of these terms -- nature and multitude of the objects, which they represent; chapter 2. A method of arrangement proposed -- rejected and why -- and other method proposed -- adopted, and why -- general remark -- plan of the whole; Chapter 3. Concerning substance, natural -- how continued or carried on -- principles of this continuation, too -- increased to three day reduced again due to -- these last two, form and is subject, or rather, form and matter: on up to the 18th chapter. Conclusion -- utilities deducible from the theory of the arrangements -- recapitulation.


Author Name: Harris, James (1709-1780)

Categories: Philosophy,

Publisher: London, John Nourse: 1775

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 19650