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Publicado por Cambridge: at the University Press, Royal 8vo. Spine gilt. Covers with double blind borders. Associated newspaper clipping on verso of title-page causing some offsetting, some foxing on endpapers, and previous owner's signature on half-title page, otherwise a good copy.

NOTE: One of the most important contributions to the science of mathematics of which only the present volume appeared. In cooperation with Alfred North Whitehead, Russell continued the work, published in and as the Principia Mathematica. Publicado por Cambridge University Press, Cambridge No Jacket. First Edition. Internally in fine condition subject to moderate spotting to end papers; binding firm - this book has evidently been seldom, if ever, read.

The cover, which bears the coat of arms of The Worshipful Company of Merchant Taylors, is bright with slight shelf wear. The spine is a little faded with very slight wear to the extremities. Volume displays overall commensurate light wear and aging.

Gray cloth covers exhibit mild overall aging, with some more pronounced toning along edges. Boards display fair edgewear with mild rubbing, more to corners. Spine has white label with faded title.

Label is worn around edges, with some chips to head and left edge, that barely affect text. Spine ends are frayed and softened. Binding is overall secure throughout. Pages show light gapping at the gutter. Front endpaper facing pastedown features scarce signature of author. See photos Back pastedown has some damp staining along head edge, descending 0. See photos Interior is gently toned with minor marginal foxing to first pages.

See photos Inside pages are free of writing and intentional marks. Textblock edges display some foxing. Fore edge and foot are deckled, with visible perforations along fore edge.

Head edge shows faded ink. Book may exhibit additional minor signs of age or wear. Bertrand Russell was a British philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, writer, essayist, social critic, political activist, and Nobel laureate. He was an ardent anti-war activist, and a champion of anti-imperialism, as well as an advocate of preventive nuclear war, even though his pacifism led him to be imprisoned during the First World War. He was a proponent of nuclear disarmament, who attacked the involvement of the United States into the Vietnam War.

In he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature "in recognition of his varied and significant writings in which he champions humanitarian ideals and freedom of thought. Signed by Author s. Ships from the UK. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Publicado por Longmans, Green, and Co, London Publishers Cloth.

First edition, first issue, in maroon cloth. Collation, xiv,pp, 32pp catalogue, half title present. Bound in original publishers maroon cloth, with gilt lettering on spine, blind stamp lettering on top board. Cloth very lightly rubbed, very minor abrasion wear, slight lean and fading on spine.

A very nice clean binding. Internally, light browning to endpapers, occasional very minor spotting. Pages in very good clean condition.

A very nice copy. Size: 8vo. Publicado por London: Gaberbocchus Press Limited, Vendedor: Peter Harrington. London, Reino Unido. Small octavo x 82 mm , pp. Wire-stitched as issued in gold paper wrappers printed in black. Signed by Russell at the head of the title; a very good copy. Illustrated throughout. First UK edition, issued on the occasion of Russell's 90th birthday on 18 May The History of the World in Epitome is a word summary of the human trajectory from the garden of Eden to the apocalypse in reaction to the Cuban missile crisis, with Themerson's charming pen and ink drawings.

Printed on a single quire of gold metallic paper, it was reissued with the second British edition of The Good Citizen's Alphabet in Blackwell and Ruja A Publicado por James Press Satisfaction Guaranteed! Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting.

Publicado por Kegan Paul, UK Decorative Cloth. Rollo Russell 11 July - 30 March was an English meteorologist and scientific writer. He was born at Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park. Rollo and Bertrand will have spent many years together at the family home as Bertrand moved into his grandfather's home in due to the death of his parents. They had a son John and a daughter Margaret. Russell was a Unitarian and a founding member of the Unitarian Christian Church in Richmond, in Russell has been described as an "advocate of vegetarianism.

Bertrand Russell in his autobiography noted that Rollo Russell stimulated his scientific interests. There is a further inscription to the top of the page. It is in an unknown hand but could be his future wife's or maybe Bertrand.

The book is very good with lightened spine. More images can be taken upon request. Vendedor: Clarendon Books P. Leicester, Reino Unido. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Very Good. Loosely inserted is a single page, signed letter from Russell, hand written on headed paper [ Amberley house, Kidlington, Oxfordshire ], in reply to a request for a photograph, dated 6.

Vendedor: Maggs Bros. First edition, second issue binding. Original navy ribbed cloth, spine and front board lettered in gilt tiny chip to spine, boards a trifle rubbed, bookplate removed from rear free endpaper, otherwise an excellent copy.

London, Longmans, Green and Co. Russell's first published book, written partly as the outcome of a visit to Berlin in with his first wife, Alys Pearsall Smith, whom he had married the previous year. Though sympathetic to the reformist aims of the German socialist movement, it included some trenchant and far-sighted criticisms of Marxist dogmas.

It was written very much from the political perspective of classical liberalism, a position on which Russell would shift during his lifetime, particularly with his decision to join the Labour Party in , ultimately standing as the Labour candidate for Chelsea in the and general elections.

The book is also significant for its Appendix, containing reflections by Alys Pearsall Smith on the specificity of the women's movement in Germany, highlighting the greater emphasis placed upon class consciousness in comparison to the suffrage movement in England and America. Provenance: 1. Sir Hugo Hirst, 1st Baron Hirst , German-born British industrialist, with his bookplate to the front pastedown; 2.

Publicado por University Press, Cambridge Estado de la sobrecubierta: very good. Tall 8vo, original gilt-stamped blue cloth, edgeworn d. Cambridge University Press, Reprint of the second edition. Fine in very good dust wrappers. Publicado por W.





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