Amsterdam: Jioh, & Corneium Blaeu, 1642. Second edition of each title. Scarce second edition of Maimonides’ tract on... Read More
New York: Carvill, 1830. First edition was 1790. First American was 1812 This is Alison's most important work.
Frankfurt: Apud Andræ Wecheli hercedes [heirs of Andreas Wechel], 1584-1587. The Wechel Aristotle, edited by Friedrich Sylburg. Bentley - Devonshire copy. All the volumes in Wechel’s Frankfurt editions of Aristotle’s works did not appear at the same time and they are not numbered. A main proponent for this work, Freidrich.....
Wittenberg & Servest: Zimmermanni, 1738. First edition. OCLC locates no copy in the United States of this important philosophical text, by a follower of Christian Wolf, and one which was used by Immanuel Kant in his lectures[Bound with:] Fata et Scripta Christiani Wolfi Philosophi. Lipsiae et Vratislaiae: Richert, 1739. 126...
Paris: Chez Bossange et Masson, et a Londres, 1818. Second edition. First published in 1811. This book was Translated from Bentham's mss. by Dumont and was not published in English until 1830, then under the title The Rationale of Punishment. This is the second edition.
Philadelphia: Reprinted by William Conover, No. 72, Walnut Street, 1799. Second American edition. Simon Berington (1680-1755), was a Catholic controversialist , and the author of this frequently reprinted utopian voyage (first ed., London, 1737). This second American edition was preceded by the Norwich edition of 1796.
London: Tonson, 1734. First collected edition (second edition of Treatise).
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1935. First edition.
Andover, [Mass.]: Published & for sale by Mark Newman, 1822. First American edition.
Portland, [Maine]: Arthur Shirley, 1824. First edition.
Glasgow: James Maclehose & Sons, 1889. First edition.
[London: Printed by William Macintosh], ca. 1850. A children's story of how work, faith, kindness and patience brings reward.
New York: Macmillan, 1972. Reprint edition.
Lipsiae: Impensis Laurentii Sigismundi Corneri, 1684.
London: J. Dodsley, 1781-1783. FIRST COLLECTED EDITION IN ENGLISH, containing all but one (Cyclops) of the extant plays. First collected edition of Euripides in English.
Philadelphia: Engles & Stiles, 1804. First American edition.
Paris: Bossange, Masson et Besson, 1801. First edition. According to Barbier, this is the sixth and final volume of the author's COMTE DE VALMONT, issued here separately by the publisher without the frontispiece which accompanies each in the collected edition.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1929. Later printing. Inscribed. Inscribed on the front free endpaper, "And with the kindest thoughts of Kahlil Gibran. 1930." A work seldom found signed or inscribed.
Amsterdam: Apud Ludovicum Elzevirium, 1648. Published in same year as the Paris firs editiont, three year's after Griotius's death.
Paris: Chez Durand, 1758. First edition, second issue. Banned and Burned: the Rare First edition. First edition of the last major work of the French philosopher and encyclopédiste Helvetius, De l'esprit (On the Mind) was condemned by the Church and the Sorbonne for its uncompromising atheism, regarded as dangerously revolutionary.....
May, 17, 1956. Sidney Hook is arguably the most controversial figure in the tradition of American philosophy. Coming to prominence in the late 1920s as both the star pupil of John Dewey and an eminent Marx scholar, Hook devoted his early career to political action which placed him firmly among...
Edinburgh: Printed by T. and W. Ruddiman for G. Hamilton and J. Balfour, 1749. First edition. Shoulder notes in contemporary hand on first 21 pages.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1836. The original dedition was published in 1828 and revised in 1836. PRESENTATION COPY. With tipped in slip at front "From the Author/ A. B. Johnson esq./ of Utica/ N.Y."' Johnson was an Amewrican philosopher and banker."Johnson asserted that language is “subordinate” to nature because.....
Basil: Printed and sold by J.J. Tourneisen, 1796.
Cincinnati: U.P. James, 1839.
Adams, Mass: for the Author, by A. Oakey, 1829. First edition. Early work on behaviorism, by an American utopian. First and only edition of this utopian mediation on materialism which explores the physiological, social, psychological, and spiritual effects of environmental conditions and the laws of physics on individual behavior–– an.....