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Derek Parfit – Reasons and Persons. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1986

Corrected reprint of the first edition of 1984. ‘Parfit was one of the most important — if not the most important — moral philosophers in the world. Some of his contemporaries go further, making a compelling case that Parfit belongs to an elite canon alongside three other British philosophers in the utilitarian tradition: Jeremy Bentham, […]

G.E. Moore’s copy

Griechische Sprachlehre für Schulen. [Vol. I] Fünfte Auflage. Leipzig: Krüger, 1875; [Vol. II] Sechste Auflage. Leipzig und Würzburg: Krüger, 1891; [Vol. III] Fünfte Auflage. Leipzig: Krüger, 1879. 3 volumes, 8vo, [ii], 206; [ii], 362; [ii], 143, [3] pp., contemporary green cloth with gilt lettering, spines a little darkened, boards bright and corners sharp, ownership inscription ‘G.E. Moore, Feb. 2nd, 1893’ on all three title-pages, uniform browning, pages untrimmed, a nice association set.

Hans Vaihinger – two letters, 1911, 1916

Two letters to the philosopher and psychologist Karl Groos (1861-1946), one handwritten and dated 14 January 1911, the other typewritten and dated 29 February 1916, with the second half of a third typewritten letter to Groos from around the same date, all three letters signed.

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