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  • 12TH ANNUAL HEIDEGGER CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 7 Scholarly Philosophy Papers 1978 12TH ANNUAL HEIDEGGER CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 7 Scholarly Philosophy Papers 1978

    PROCEEDINGS HEIDEGGER CONFERENCE, Twelfth Annual Meeting, Villanova University (Radnor Township, Pennsylvania), CONVENED by JOHN D. CAPUTO. The conference took place on May 26th, 27th & 28th, 1978.

    A compilation of SEVEN CONFERENCE PAPERS by Noted HEIDEGGER PHILOSOPHERS and SCHOLARS. Text in English. The papers are:

    HEIDEGGER'S MISINTERPRETATION OF RILKE, by P. Christopher Smith, University of Lowell, 25 pages;

    THE QUESTION OF GOD IN HEIDEGGER'S THOUGHT, by Joan Stambaugh, Hunter College, 34 pages;

    A DIAGRAMMATICAL APPROACH TO HEIDEGGER'S SCHEMATISM OF EXISTENCE, by Theodore Kisiel, Northern Illinois University, 22 pages;

    TIME AND BEING 1925-27, by Thomas Sheehan, Loyola University of Chicago, [29 pages];

    BRIDGING THE GAP: THE CRITIQUE OF EVERYDAYNESS BY HEIDEGGER AND THE CRITICAL MARXISTS, by Michael Zimmerman, Tulane…

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    PROCEEDINGS HEIDEGGER CONFERENCE, Twelfth Annual Meeting, Villanova University (Radnor Township, Pennsylvania), CONVENED by JOHN D. CAPUTO. The conference took place on May 26th, 27th & 28th, 1978.

    A compilation of SEVEN CONFERENCE PAPERS by Noted HEIDEGGER PHILOSOPHERS and SCHOLARS. Text in English. The papers are:

    HEIDEGGER'S MISINTERPRETATION OF RILKE, by P. Christopher Smith, University of Lowell, 25 pages;

    THE QUESTION OF GOD IN HEIDEGGER'S THOUGHT, by Joan Stambaugh, Hunter College, 34 pages;

    A DIAGRAMMATICAL APPROACH TO HEIDEGGER'S SCHEMATISM OF EXISTENCE, by Theodore Kisiel, Northern Illinois University, 22 pages;

    TIME AND BEING 1925-27, by Thomas Sheehan, Loyola University of Chicago, [29 pages];

    BRIDGING THE GAP: THE CRITIQUE OF EVERYDAYNESS BY HEIDEGGER AND THE CRITICAL MARXISTS, by Michael Zimmerman, Tulane University, 21 pages;

    HEIDEGGER'S PHILOSOPHY OF TECHNOLOGY, by Don Ihde, SUNY, Stony Brook, 41 pages;

    HEIDEGGER'S VALUE-CRITICISM AND ITS BEARING UPON THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF VALUE, by Parvis Emad, DuPaul University, 26 pages.

    Laid in is another Heidegger paper titled: BOREDOM, INDIFFERENCE AND METAPHYSICS, by Reginald Storrs Lilly, Loyola University of Chicago. It consists of 15 pages printed on one side only, bound with a single corner staple. It is not listed in the official Conference Schedule.

    Printed blue paper covers, plastic spiral binding, 8.5x11 inches, approximately 200 photocopied pages (each conference paper numbered separately, plus a few unnumbered introductory and title pages).

    FAIR condition: the front cover has a large light purple stain and associated waviness, appears to be offsetting from something damp; a couple of the cover holes at the top and bottom have pulled from the comb binding; internally, the first few leaves are a bit wavy but have no stains, otherwise just lightly used and still tight, bright, clean and clear. A complete and presentable copy. The laid in Heidegger paper is in good condition, some edge toning, otherwise bright and clean.

    These papers from the 12th Annual Heidegger Proceedings are hard to find.

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  • 1700 THE SUFFICIENCY OF A STANDING REVELATION IN GENERAL, and of the SCRIPTURE REVELATION IN PARTICULAR Ofspring Blackall BOYLE LECTURES Complete in 8 Sermons FIRST EDITION by Ofspring BLACKALL D.D. 1700 THE SUFFICIENCY OF A STANDING REVELATION IN GENERAL, and of the SCRIPTURE REVELATION IN PARTICULAR Ofspring Blackall BOYLE LECTURES Complete in 8 Sermons FIRST EDITION
    Ofspring BLACKALL D.D.

    THE SUFFICIENCY OF A STANDING REVELATION IN GENERAL, and of the SCRIPTURE REVELATION IN PARTICULAR. Both as to the Matter of It, and as to the Proof of It; and that New Revelations cannot reasonably be desired, and would probably be unsuccessful. In Eight Sermons, preach'd in the Cathedral-Church of St. Paul, London; at the Lecture Founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle Esq; in the Year MDCC. By OFSPRING BLACKALL, D.D. EIGHT SERMONS IN ONE VOLUME, with SEPARATE TITLE-PAGES, and with Errata at the bottom margin of the last page of each Sermon. These were the eight BOYLE LECTURES for 1700. LONDON: Printed by J. LEAKE, for WALTER KETTILBY, at the Bishop's Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1700. First edition.…

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    THE SUFFICIENCY OF A STANDING REVELATION IN GENERAL, and of the SCRIPTURE REVELATION IN PARTICULAR. Both as to the Matter of It, and as to the Proof of It; and that New Revelations cannot reasonably be desired, and would probably be unsuccessful. In Eight Sermons, preach'd in the Cathedral-Church of St. Paul, London; at the Lecture Founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle Esq; in the Year MDCC. By OFSPRING BLACKALL, D.D. EIGHT SERMONS IN ONE VOLUME, with SEPARATE TITLE-PAGES, and with Errata at the bottom margin of the last page of each Sermon. These were the eight BOYLE LECTURES for 1700. LONDON: Printed by J. LEAKE, for WALTER KETTILBY, at the Bishop's Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1700. First edition. Lacking covers though the spine leather covering is still partially present with its five raised spine bands, 4to, 6x7.5". The eight sermons are paginated individually, with the exceptions of numbers 4 & 5 and 7 & 8 that are paginated consecutively. PAGINATION: [2] (title page for this eight sermon book, blank verso), [4] (title page to first sermon, blank verso, author's dedication), 24 (first sermon); 30 (second sermon); [2] (ad and blank verso) 31 (third sermon), [1 ad]; 68 (fourth and fifth sermons); 36 (sixth sermon); 64 pages (seventh and eighth sermons). Condition: Lacking covers, as noted above; lacking the blank endpapers; textually complete including the two first title pages (see pagination above); the first 8 pages and the last signatures consisting of pages 33-65 of the final sermon are disbound (i.e. present but laid on loosely); the first title page is worn and chipped at the edges with a torn bottom corner that affects one word; the second title page (the title page of the First Sermon) is also worn and chipped along its edges, but not affecting text; the inner pages are lightly age toned with heavier toning at the edges; about half of the pages have noticeable shorelining / water staining to their front upper area, covering about 1/3 to 1/2 of the page, but the text is always clear and fully legible beneath; there is some edge wear, corner creases, corner tip loss, and a spot or two, here and there throughout. A great copy for a fine rebinding, being a complete copy with both first title pages, and text that is bright and clear throughout. A Scarce First Edition of this Important Work. You can read about the BOYLE LECTURES on Wikipedia, and elsewhere online.

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  • 1731 MASTRIUS *4 VOLUME SET* DISPUTATIONES THEOLGICAE / THEOLOGICAL COMMENTARIES by Bartholomæi Mastrii, Batolomeo Mastri, Bartholomaeus Mastirius 1731 MASTRIUS *4 VOLUME SET* DISPUTATIONES THEOLGICAE / THEOLOGICAL COMMENTARIES
    Bartholomæi Mastrii, Batolomeo Mastri, Bartholomaeus Mastirius

    R. P. F. BARTHOLOMAEUS MASTIRIUS DE MELDULA : IN QUATOR LIBROS SENTENTIARUM. R. P. F. BARTHOLOMÆI MASTRII DE MELDULA : Ordinis Minorum Conventualium S. Francisci Theologi DISPUTATIONES THEOLOGICÆ... Quibus ab adversantibus, tum Veterum, tum Recentiorum jaculis : SCOTI THEOLOGIA VINDICATUR. (Bartholomæi Mastrii, Batolomeo Mastri, Bartholomaeus Mastirius) VENETIIS (VENICE), Typographia Balleoniana, MDCCXXXI (1731). FOUR VOLUMES (COMPLETE IN THESE 4 VOLUMES).

    Four Large Format Hardcover Books, leather covered boards, 5 raised spine bands, gilt designs in spine compartments, spine labels lettered in gilt, 4tos, 9x13.5 inches (23x34 cm). Pagination:

    [xx], 474; [xvi], 428; [xx], 392; [xxviii], 480 pages. These 4 volumes were deaccessioned from the Library of MOUNT ST. ALPHONSUS SEMINARY, ESOPUS, New York. CONDITION: Ex the Mt. St. Alphonsus Seminary Library,…

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    R. P. F. BARTHOLOMAEUS MASTIRIUS DE MELDULA : IN QUATOR LIBROS SENTENTIARUM. R. P. F. BARTHOLOMÆI MASTRII DE MELDULA : Ordinis Minorum Conventualium S. Francisci Theologi DISPUTATIONES THEOLOGICÆ... Quibus ab adversantibus, tum Veterum, tum Recentiorum jaculis : SCOTI THEOLOGIA VINDICATUR. (Bartholomæi Mastrii, Batolomeo Mastri, Bartholomaeus Mastirius) VENETIIS (VENICE), Typographia Balleoniana, MDCCXXXI (1731). FOUR VOLUMES (COMPLETE IN THESE 4 VOLUMES).

    Four Large Format Hardcover Books, leather covered boards, 5 raised spine bands, gilt designs in spine compartments, spine labels lettered in gilt, 4tos, 9x13.5 inches (23x34 cm). Pagination:

    [xx], 474; [xvi], 428; [xx], 392; [xxviii], 480 pages. These 4 volumes were deaccessioned from the Library of MOUNT ST. ALPHONSUS SEMINARY, ESOPUS, New York. CONDITION: Ex the Mt. St. Alphonsus Seminary Library, as noted above, with library labels at heels of spines, library labels and marks on preliminary pages, and library pockets with cards affixed to rear endpapers. The covers are worn, with scrapes, rubs and leather that is peeling at various places, nonetheless the covers remain sturdy and attractive in a Hogwarts Library way; internally, there is light damp staining to the pages, mainly confined to the margins, some light toning and foxing, and some signs of general handling and use; overall the pages remain complete, tight, bright, clean and clear. A solid, nice, very presentable, four volume set. This 1731 edition is SCARCE. About BARTHOLOMEW MASTRIUS (from Wikipedia): ******Bartholomew Mastrius (Bartholomaeus, Bartolomeo Mastri) (b.1602 in Meldola, d.1673 in Meldola) was an Italian Conventual Franciscan philosopher and theologian. He acquired a profound knowledge of scholastic philosophy and theology, being deeply versed in the writings of Duns Scotus. As a controversialist he was harsh and arrogant towards his opponents, mingling invective with his arguments. His opinions on some philosophical questions were fiercely disputed by many of his contemporaries and especially by Matthew Ferchi and the Irish Franciscan John Punch. He was one of the most prominent writers of his time on philosophy and theology. His works shed light on some of the difficult questions in Scotistic philosophy and theology.****** INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This 4 volume set is large and very heavy and will require substantial additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact me ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • 1740 SCALIGER on History, Morals & Literature CONTROVERSIAL RELIGIOUS SCHOLAR French Text SCALIGERANA, THUANA, PERRONIANA, PITHONIANA, et COLOMESIANA : Ou Remargues Historiques, Critiques, Morales, & Litteraires by Joseph Justus Scaliger 1740 SCALIGER on History, Morals & Literature CONTROVERSIAL RELIGIOUS SCHOLAR French Text SCALIGERANA, THUANA, PERRONIANA, PITHONIANA, et COLOMESIANA : Ou Remargues Historiques, Critiques, Morales, & Litteraires
    Joseph Justus Scaliger

    SCALIGERANA, THUANA, PERRONIANA, PITHONIANA, et COLOMESIANA : Ou Remargues Historiques, Critiques, Morales, & Litteraires De Jos. SCALIGER, J. Aug. de Thou, le CARDIANAL Du PERRON, Fr. Pithou, & P. Columie's avec les Notes de Plusieurs Savants. TOME PREMIER. By J. J. SCALIGER (Joseph Justus Scaliger). Published in AMSTERDAM, Chez Covens & Mortier, MDCCXL (1740). Tome Premier / Volume One ONLY (of two volumes). Hardcovers, leather covered boards, five raised spine bands, spine title label, 12mo., 3.75x6.75 inches (9x16.5 cm). Pagination: [xiv], 628, [1] pages. Title page printed in black & red. Two Interesting BOOKPLATES and ASSOCIATIONS. (1) A Spade Shield Bookplate of GEORGE COURTENAY, is on the front pastedown. It measures 2.5x4.5 inches (6x9.5 cm). The Courtenays were Baronets at…

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    SCALIGERANA, THUANA, PERRONIANA, PITHONIANA, et COLOMESIANA : Ou Remargues Historiques, Critiques, Morales, & Litteraires De Jos. SCALIGER, J. Aug. de Thou, le CARDIANAL Du PERRON, Fr. Pithou, & P. Columie's avec les Notes de Plusieurs Savants. TOME PREMIER. By J. J. SCALIGER (Joseph Justus Scaliger). Published in AMSTERDAM, Chez Covens & Mortier, MDCCXL (1740). Tome Premier / Volume One ONLY (of two volumes). Hardcovers, leather covered boards, five raised spine bands, spine title label, 12mo., 3.75x6.75 inches (9x16.5 cm). Pagination: [xiv], 628, [1] pages. Title page printed in black & red. Two Interesting BOOKPLATES and ASSOCIATIONS. (1) A Spade Shield Bookplate of GEORGE COURTENAY, is on the front pastedown. It measures 2.5x4.5 inches (6x9.5 cm). The Courtenays were Baronets at one time. (2) An Art Deco style Bookplate of H. GORDON WARD, with the printed date JULY 1931, is on the rear pastedown. This bookplate also has "Long Eaton" and "W.M. Rigby" printed in smaller font at its bottom. From my limited research it seems that H. Gordon Ward was a book collector and scholar. Both bookplates are worthy of further research, imho. CONDITION: The front and rear covers are disbound (i.e. present but laid on loosely), the leather covered boards are scraped and rubbed, the spine covering is split, rubbed, and cracked, and it is chipped at its ends, but remains well attached to the text block; the gilt on the spine title label has mostly rubbed away; internally, the inner hinge is cracked at a few places but remains bound with its sewn binding, the pages are lightly toned and have a few spots and creases here and there, there are a few relevant previous owners margin notes in pencil, otherwise the pages are tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. SCARCE 1740 BOOK by SCALIGER with Two Interesting BOOKPLATES. About JOSEPH JUSTUS SCALIGER (excerpted from Wikipedia): ******Joseph Justus Scaliger, b. 1540 d. 1609, was a French religious leader and scholar, known for expanding the notion of classical history from Greek and ancient Roman history to include Persian, Babylonian, Jewish and ancient Egyptian history. He spent the last sixteen years of his life in the Netherlands. During the first seven years of his residence at Leiden his reputation was at its highest point. His literary judgement was unquestioned. From his throne at Leiden he ruled the learned world; a word from him could make or mar a rising reputation. At the same time, Scaliger had made numerous enemies. He hated ignorance, but he hated still more half-learning, and most of all dishonesty in argument or in quotation. He had no toleration for the disingenuous argument and the misstatements of facts of those who wrote to support a theory or to defend an unsound cause. His pungent sarcasm soon reached the ears of the persons who were its object, and his pen was not less bitter than his tongue. He was conscious of his power, and not always sufficiently cautious or sufficiently gentle in its exercise. He made many enemies. The results of his method of historical criticism threatened the Catholic controversialists and the authenticity of many of the documents on which they relied. The Jesuits, who aspired to be the source of all scholarship and criticism, saw the writings and authority of Scaliger as a formidable barrier to their claims. Scaliger was known to be an irreconcilable Protestant and as long as his intellectual supremacy was unquestioned, the Protestants had the advantage in learning and scholarship. His enemies therefore aimed to attack him as a man and to destroy his reputation. This was no easy task, for his moral character was high. Nonetheless, in 1607 the Jesuits successfully attacked Scaliger by publishing a 400 page tome that purportedly exposed 500 lies in Scaliger's works. This was said to have broken Scaliger's spirit, and two years later he died.******

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  • 1805 JAKOB FRIEDRICH FRIES - KNOWLEDGE, FAITH & PUNISHMENT 1st Edition GERMAN by JAKOB FRIEDRICH FRIES 1805 JAKOB FRIEDRICH FRIES - KNOWLEDGE, FAITH & PUNISHMENT 1st Edition GERMAN
    JAKOB FRIEDRICH FRIES

    WISSEN, GLAUBE und AHNDUNG (KNOWLEDGE, FAITH and PUNISHMENT), by JAKOB FRIEDRICH FRIES, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Heidelberg. JENA: J.C.G. Gopferdt, 1805. First Edition. Bound in Red Morocco Leather with gilt titles and gilt lining on the front cover and spine, 4" x 6". Text in German. Pagination: [2],xii,[2],327,[1],[8}. The last 8 pages are Publisher's ads. VERY GOOD condition, lovely fine covers, internally, a bit of light foxing here and there but overall just lightly used and still tight, bright, clean and unmarked. A BEAUTIFULLY BOUND COPY of this IMPORTANT FIRST EDITION WORK by the PHILOSOPHER JAKOB FRIEDRICH FRIES. One of the nicest copies I have seen.

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  • 1833 POETICA - POEMS on MORALS, RELIGION & DEATH - German Book 1833 POETICA - POEMS on MORALS, RELIGION & DEATH - German Book

    POETICA oder Vermischte Gedichte RELIGIÖSEN, MORALISCHEN, ERNSTHAFTEN u. Launigten inhalts nebst POETISCHE ERZÄHLUNGEN auch eine Sammlung verschiedener denkwürder Grabschriften mit Todes-Betrachtungen Graeve. (POETICA or a Variety of Poems of a RELIGIOUS, MORAL, and SERIOUS Nature, together with POETIC NARRATIVES including SERIOUS WRITINGS concerning DEATH.) Published by Johann Heinrich Lossius, Erfurt (Germany), 1833. First Edition. TEXT IN GERMAN. Hardcover Book, paper covered boards, 5" x 8", 264 pages. FAIR Condition: Paper covering is peeling from much of the front and rear boards, spine is chipped and covers are rubbed, spine label mostly chipped off; nonetheless the covers are still doing their job. Internally the pages are substantially foxed, toned and have shorelining, but the text is always fully legible. Despite its…

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    POETICA oder Vermischte Gedichte RELIGIÖSEN, MORALISCHEN, ERNSTHAFTEN u. Launigten inhalts nebst POETISCHE ERZÄHLUNGEN auch eine Sammlung verschiedener denkwürder Grabschriften mit Todes-Betrachtungen Graeve. (POETICA or a Variety of Poems of a RELIGIOUS, MORAL, and SERIOUS Nature, together with POETIC NARRATIVES including SERIOUS WRITINGS concerning DEATH.) Published by Johann Heinrich Lossius, Erfurt (Germany), 1833. First Edition. TEXT IN GERMAN. Hardcover Book, paper covered boards, 5" x 8", 264 pages. FAIR Condition: Paper covering is peeling from much of the front and rear boards, spine is chipped and covers are rubbed, spine label mostly chipped off; nonetheless the covers are still doing their job. Internally the pages are substantially foxed, toned and have shorelining, but the text is always fully legible. Despite its flaws, this is a complete, solid copy. SCARCE.

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  • 1955 NYU PhD THESIS in PSYCHOLOGY Murray Bilmes ORIGINAL BOUND TYPED CARBON COPY Rorschach Test Experiments by Murray Bilmes 1955 NYU PhD THESIS in PSYCHOLOGY Murray Bilmes ORIGINAL BOUND TYPED CARBON COPY Rorschach Test Experiments
    Murray Bilmes

    NEW YORK UNIVERSITY Ph.D. THESIS in PSYCHOLOGY. An Original Typed Carbon Copy. By Murray Bilmes, who was a respected Existential Psychologist in the San Francisco Bay Area.

    The Ph.D. Thesis is titled RESISTANCE TO GROUP INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS PERSONALITY FACTORS - As Measured by the Modification of Individual Rorschach Responses Resulting from an Intervening Group Rorschach Experience.

    Typed Carbon Copy, typed on 8.5x11 inch thin paper, 110 pages plus a 4 page abstract at the end. Bound in a hardcover binder that pinches the pages together at their blank left margin.

    Approved and SIGNED at the bottom of the title page by ZYGMUNT A. PIOTROWSKI, Murray Bilmes's Ph.D. Research Adviser.

    (Zygmunt A. Piotrowski, b.1904 d.1985, was a Polish born American…

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    NEW YORK UNIVERSITY Ph.D. THESIS in PSYCHOLOGY. An Original Typed Carbon Copy. By Murray Bilmes, who was a respected Existential Psychologist in the San Francisco Bay Area.

    The Ph.D. Thesis is titled RESISTANCE TO GROUP INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS PERSONALITY FACTORS - As Measured by the Modification of Individual Rorschach Responses Resulting from an Intervening Group Rorschach Experience.

    Typed Carbon Copy, typed on 8.5x11 inch thin paper, 110 pages plus a 4 page abstract at the end. Bound in a hardcover binder that pinches the pages together at their blank left margin.

    Approved and SIGNED at the bottom of the title page by ZYGMUNT A. PIOTROWSKI, Murray Bilmes's Ph.D. Research Adviser.

    (Zygmunt A. Piotrowski, b.1904 d.1985, was a Polish born American psychologist who worked on the Rorschach test. He received the Bruno Klopfer Award in 1971 and the Award for Distinguished Professional Contributions from the American Psychological Association in 1980. Piotrowski developed a method of analysis for the Rorschach test he termed perceptanalysis, which emphasized perception of the images rather than secondary associations.)

    GOOD condition, the pages are lightly age toned, the typescript is best read with a bright white sheet placed beneath the page being read else these thin sheets allow the type of the underpages to come through making legibility difficult. The hardcover binding shows some wear but is doing its job well.

    Advanced Psychology at NYU in 1955. Have things changed? Let me consult my Rorschach cards...

    From the Abstract (at the rear of the Thesis):

    ******The purpose of the study was to investigate the effect on personality of group influence. The following experiment was conducted: Thirty subjects received three Rorschach tests. The first was intended to provide an initial estimate of personality variables. The second, a two member group test, required subjects to compare impressions to the blots, ostensibly in order to establish as group responses those percepts they could agree on. The third was again an individual test. By comparing the first and third Rorschachs it became possible to determine how the group experience modified the Rorschach variables. By evaluating the personality referents of these variables, inferences were drawn concerning the personality modification. Subjects obviously did not themselves change; only their Rorschachs did. Unknown to each subject, his partner in the group test was the examiner's confederate and "saw" only responses he had been instructed to see...******

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  • 1957 ARNOLD TOYNBEE **SIGNED & INSCRIBED NOTE OF SYMPATHY** In a First Edition CHRISTIANITY AMONG THE RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD by ARNOLD TOYNBEE 1957 ARNOLD TOYNBEE **SIGNED & INSCRIBED NOTE OF SYMPATHY** In a First Edition CHRISTIANITY AMONG THE RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD
    ARNOLD TOYNBEE

    ARNOLD TOYNBEE HANDWRITTEN AND SIGNED NOTE OF SYMPATHY laid in a First Edition Copy of His Book CHRISTIANITY AMONG THE RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD. His handwritten note is on a 5x5 inch piece of paper. The note reads: "I very much hope that / what I have written has been of / some use to you. / I send you my very genuine sympathy. / Yours sincerely, / Arnold Toynbee".

    The note is undated, but the book it is in is dated 1957, so possibly circa 1957. The writing on the note begins at the very top of the piece of paper, indicating that the note may have been the last part of a longer letter with only this last…

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    ARNOLD TOYNBEE HANDWRITTEN AND SIGNED NOTE OF SYMPATHY laid in a First Edition Copy of His Book CHRISTIANITY AMONG THE RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD. His handwritten note is on a 5x5 inch piece of paper. The note reads: "I very much hope that / what I have written has been of / some use to you. / I send you my very genuine sympathy. / Yours sincerely, / Arnold Toynbee".

    The note is undated, but the book it is in is dated 1957, so possibly circa 1957. The writing on the note begins at the very top of the piece of paper, indicating that the note may have been the last part of a longer letter with only this last part clipped and kept by the previous owner, I have no way of knowing for certain. The note is laid in the following book: CHRISTIANITY AMONG THE RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD, by ARNOLD TOYNBEE. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, 1957. First Edition, First Printing, with the first printing code A9-57[H] on the copyright page and the letter A printed below the text on the rear dustjacket flap. Hardcover Book in Dustjacket, top page edges stained blue, 5.5x8 inches, 116 pages. VERY GOOD book, slight slant to the spine, a bit of shelf wear to the spine ends and corner tips, overall just lightly used and still tight, bright, clean and unmarked; in a GOOD dustjacket that has scraping to its folds, creasing and some chipping to its edges, spine ends and corner tips, and some rubbing, but is still bright and doing its job well. The dustjacket retains its $2.75 printed price at the top of the front flap. The handwriting and signature of Arnold Toynbee are bright and clear. The paper his message is written on has a couple folds.

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  • 1969 FIVE LECTURES by NITOBE INAZO on CARLYLE'S SARTOR RESARTUS text in JAPANESE with ENGLISH EXCERPTS from CARLYLE'S WORKS by INAZO NITOBE 1969 FIVE LECTURES by NITOBE INAZO on CARLYLE'S SARTOR RESARTUS text in JAPANESE with ENGLISH EXCERPTS from CARLYLE'S WORKS
    INAZO NITOBE

    FIVE LECTURES by the Late DR. INAZO NITOBÉ on CARLYLE'S SARTOR RESARTUS / NITOBE INAZO COMPLETE WORKS VOLUME 9. Edited by T. Jodal, T. Saito, & Y. Takagi. Published by Kyobunkan, Japan, 1969. This is Volume 9 in the Series of Complete Works of Nitobé Inazo. ISBN: 4764222094 / 978-4764222090. Hardcover Book in Slipcase, blue cloth covered boards, gilt titling on spine, 5x7.5 inches (13x19 cm), 462 pages. TEXT IN JAPANESE with original ENGLISH PASSAGES from the CARLYLE WORK "Sartor Resartus" throughout. NEAR FINE condition book, tight, bright, clean and unmarked; in a GOOD slipcase that has some shelf rubbing, light soiling, and a few coffee drop stains, but is still solid and doing its job well. About Nitobe Inazo…

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    FIVE LECTURES by the Late DR. INAZO NITOBÉ on CARLYLE'S SARTOR RESARTUS / NITOBE INAZO COMPLETE WORKS VOLUME 9. Edited by T. Jodal, T. Saito, & Y. Takagi. Published by Kyobunkan, Japan, 1969. This is Volume 9 in the Series of Complete Works of Nitobé Inazo. ISBN: 4764222094 / 978-4764222090. Hardcover Book in Slipcase, blue cloth covered boards, gilt titling on spine, 5x7.5 inches (13x19 cm), 462 pages. TEXT IN JAPANESE with original ENGLISH PASSAGES from the CARLYLE WORK "Sartor Resartus" throughout. NEAR FINE condition book, tight, bright, clean and unmarked; in a GOOD slipcase that has some shelf rubbing, light soiling, and a few coffee drop stains, but is still solid and doing its job well. About Nitobe Inazo (extracted from Wikipedia): ****** Nitobe Inazo, b. 1862 d. 1933, was a Japanese economist, author, educator, diplomat, politician, and religious scholar. In 1884, Nitobe traveled to the United States where he stayed for three years, studying economics and political science at Johns Hopkins University. While there he became a member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). It was through a Quaker community in Philadelphia that he met Mary Patterson Elkinton, whom he eventually married. In 1891, after obtaining a PhD from Halle University, Germany, (the first of five doctoral degrees he was to earn from various universities), he became a professor at his alma mater, the Sapporo Agricultural College. At that time he had already published books in English and in German. Nitobe continued his teaching tenure at Sapporo until 1897 following which he spent time writing in both Japan and California. One of the books he wrote during this period was BUSHIDO: THE SOUL OF JAPAN. When the League of Nations was established in 1920, Nitobe became one of the Under-Secretaries General of the League, and moved to Geneva, Switzerland. He became the director of the International Bureaux Section, in charge of the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation (which later became UNESCO under the United Nations' mandate). His legacy in this period includes the settlement of territorial dispute between Sweden and Finland over the Swedish speaking Åland Islands. In its resolution, the Islands remained under the Finnish control, but adopted complete disarmament (i.e., no military presence on the islands) and granted autonomy, averting a possible armed conflict. Nitobe, however, is perhaps most famous in the west for his work Bushido: The Soul of Japan (1900), which was one of the first major works on samurai ethics and Japanese culture written originally in English for Western readers (The book was subsequently translated into Japanese and many other languages). It was not until the 1980s that Bushido: The Soul of Japan reached the height of its popularity in Japan. It is now the most widely available work on the subject of bushido. In the West, Bushido: The Soul of Japan has been a best-seller since the outbreak of the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905. It has been translated into dozens of languages.******

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  • 1971 Original Typed PHILOSOPHY MASTER'S Thesis KANT & THE ARISTOTELIAN TRADITION by James W. Syfers, Robert Turnbull 1971 Original Typed PHILOSOPHY MASTER'S Thesis KANT & THE ARISTOTELIAN TRADITION
    James W. Syfers, Robert Turnbull

    IMMANUEL KANT AND THE ARISTOTELIAN TRADITION, by James W. Syfers. Original Master of Arts Thesis in the Department of Philosophy in the Graduate College of the State University of Iowa, February 1961. Presented to the Chairman of the Philosophy Department: Professor Robert Turnbull. Original Typescript, with the type tangible on the backside of all the pages. Typed on one side only, Bound in Library Hardcovers, title printed on the spine, shelving number on spine, library label and partial "Date Due" slip on the front endpapers, a couple other library stamps and marks here and there, 8x11 inches, 59 typed pages bound in. The typed thesis pages are in VERY GOOD condition, bright and clean. The covers and endpapers are also…

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    IMMANUEL KANT AND THE ARISTOTELIAN TRADITION, by James W. Syfers. Original Master of Arts Thesis in the Department of Philosophy in the Graduate College of the State University of Iowa, February 1961. Presented to the Chairman of the Philosophy Department: Professor Robert Turnbull. Original Typescript, with the type tangible on the backside of all the pages. Typed on one side only, Bound in Library Hardcovers, title printed on the spine, shelving number on spine, library label and partial "Date Due" slip on the front endpapers, a couple other library stamps and marks here and there, 8x11 inches, 59 typed pages bound in. The typed thesis pages are in VERY GOOD condition, bright and clean. The covers and endpapers are also in VERY GOOD condition, but are ex-lib, as noted above. Unique PHILOSOPHY THESIS on KANT and ARISTOTLE.

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  • 1982 PhD Thesis LOCUS OF CONTROL IN BATTERED WOMEN Psychology Dissertation by Linda Ann Lewis 1982 PhD Thesis LOCUS OF CONTROL IN BATTERED WOMEN Psychology Dissertation
    Linda Ann Lewis

    INTERNAL-EXTERNAL LOCUS OF CONTROL IN BATTERED WOMEN. An Original PhD Thesis by Linda Ann Lewis.

    Dissertation submitted to The Fielding Institute (Santa Barbara, California) in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology.

    Self published, 1982.

    Hardcovers, blue cloth covered boards, gilt lettering on the front cover and spine, 8.5x11 inches, 145 pages, pages printed on one side only.

    NEAR FINE condition, previous owner's signature and date (1982) on the front free endpaper, otherwise sharp, tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

    Fielding Graduate University is a private university in Santa Barbara, California. It offers postgraduate and doctoral studies mainly in psychology, education, and organizational studies.

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  • 1985 PhD Psych Thesis ASSERTIVENESS and ANXIETY in PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT MEDICAL STUDENTS by Betty H. Briggs 1985 PhD Psych Thesis ASSERTIVENESS and ANXIETY in PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT MEDICAL STUDENTS
    Betty H. Briggs

    A STUDY OF THE CORRELATION BETWEEN ASSERTIVENESS AND ANXIETY AS EXPERIENCED BY PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDENTS. An Original PhD Thesis by Betty H. Briggs.

    Dissertation submitted to The Fielding Institute (Santa Barbara, California) in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, with an emphasis in Clinical Psychology.

    Self published, 1985.

    Hardcovers, blue cloth covered boards, gilt lettering on the front cover and spine, 8.5x11 inches, 139 pages, pages printed on one side only.

    NEAR FINE condition, the covers are sharp and bright, inner pages are lightly toned at the margins, overall tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. A solid, very presentable copy.

    Fielding Graduate University is a private university in Santa Barbara, California. It…

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    A STUDY OF THE CORRELATION BETWEEN ASSERTIVENESS AND ANXIETY AS EXPERIENCED BY PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDENTS. An Original PhD Thesis by Betty H. Briggs.

    Dissertation submitted to The Fielding Institute (Santa Barbara, California) in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, with an emphasis in Clinical Psychology.

    Self published, 1985.

    Hardcovers, blue cloth covered boards, gilt lettering on the front cover and spine, 8.5x11 inches, 139 pages, pages printed on one side only.

    NEAR FINE condition, the covers are sharp and bright, inner pages are lightly toned at the margins, overall tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. A solid, very presentable copy.

    Fielding Graduate University is a private university in Santa Barbara, California. It offers postgraduate and doctoral studies mainly in psychology, education, and organizational studies.

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  • 71 Volumes ANTONIANUM: PERIODICUM PHILOSOPHICO-THEOLOGICUM TRIMESTRE / Journal of PHILOSOPHICAL THEOLOGY - A Complete 71 Year Run 1926-1996 71 Volumes ANTONIANUM: PERIODICUM PHILOSOPHICO-THEOLOGICUM TRIMESTRE / Journal of PHILOSOPHICAL THEOLOGY - A Complete 71 Year Run 1926-1996

    ANTONIANUM: PERIODICUM PHILOSOPHICO-THEOLOGICUM TRIMESTRE 1926-1996. A COMPLETE RUN of the 71 ANNUAL VOLUMES of this IMPORTANT JOURNAL of RELIGIOUS PHILOSOPHY, published in ROME. Each volume contains numerous articles by scholars on religion, religious philosophy, church history, etc., with an emphasis on the FRANCISCAN ORDER.. Each article is written in the language that the author chose, often in Latin, but also in Italian, French, English, etc. Published by Directio et Administratio Antonianum, ROMA (ROME, ITALY), 1926-1996. SEVENTY-ONE VOLUMES (Volumes 1-71). 6.5x9.5 inches (17x24 cm). Pages numbered by volume (i.e. numbered consecutively when there are several parts to a single volume). Approximately 400-600 pages per volume, less to earlier volumes, more to later volumes. Volumes 1-51 are bound in HARDCOVERS, with the…

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    ANTONIANUM: PERIODICUM PHILOSOPHICO-THEOLOGICUM TRIMESTRE 1926-1996. A COMPLETE RUN of the 71 ANNUAL VOLUMES of this IMPORTANT JOURNAL of RELIGIOUS PHILOSOPHY, published in ROME. Each volume contains numerous articles by scholars on religion, religious philosophy, church history, etc., with an emphasis on the FRANCISCAN ORDER.. Each article is written in the language that the author chose, often in Latin, but also in Italian, French, English, etc. Published by Directio et Administratio Antonianum, ROMA (ROME, ITALY), 1926-1996. SEVENTY-ONE VOLUMES (Volumes 1-71). 6.5x9.5 inches (17x24 cm). Pages numbered by volume (i.e. numbered consecutively when there are several parts to a single volume). Approximately 400-600 pages per volume, less to earlier volumes, more to later volumes. Volumes 1-51 are bound in HARDCOVERS, with the complete annual issues bound within. Some of the original wrappers / paper covers are bound in, most are not, otherwise every annual volume is complete. Most of the hardcover volumes have black leather covered spines and corners with matching black pebbled cloth, 4 raised spine bands, and gilt spine titles; some of the hardcover volumes have cloth covered spines and marbled paper covered boards. Volumes 52-71 are in wrappers, most published in three parts per Volume. The previous owner has put thin plastic bands around the three issues of each of the softcover annual volumes, presumably to keep them safe and in proper order while stored, perhaps deep in a Vatican vault. Though single volumes (or one part of a three part annual volume) can sometimes be found for sale, this UNBROKEN SET OF 71 VOLUMES has become almost impossible to find. While most volumes do not show any previous ownership names, some show a variety of previous owners, including Adolf Ledwolorz O.F.M., b. 1892 d. 1973, a Polish Franciscan Catholic Scholar, author of a few works on the history of Franciscans and on Polish Catholics; Franziskaner Konvent in Hannover (a Franciscan Monastery in Hannover, Germany), and others. Accordingly, there are some ink stamps and handwritten names, mainly to the prelim pages, of the volumes that show a previous owner. Nothing major. Apparently this complete set had a varied provenance. GOOD CONDITION: Various degrees of rubbing and scrapes to the covers, mostly minor but some more significant including fraying at the spine ends; internally, there is light toning to the pages, some signs of handling, some creases and wear here and there, overall still tight, bright, clean and clear. There are no marks or marginalia that I can find, except the previous owner's stamps and written names as noted above, however there are MANY volumes and MANY pages that I have not closely examined and there well could be some notes, underlining, annotations, etc. that I did not come across in volumes I did not examine (e.g. I did not cut open the straps that hold the softcover volumes together) or missed in my examination. A solid, very presentable, complete set of 71 Volumes with All Parts. Would look great on and off the shelf. No good Catholic library should be without it, God knows. Will be shipped in FIVE or more HEAVY BOXES. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This 71 Volume Set will be extremely expensive to ship internationally and will require massive additional shipping charges. If you are nonetheless interested, after placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • CHILD CUSTODY & VISITATION MEDIATION Original MASTERS THESIS in PSYCHOLOGY 1984 by MAMIE JEAN WALTERS CHILD CUSTODY & VISITATION MEDIATION Original MASTERS THESIS in PSYCHOLOGY 1984
    MAMIE JEAN WALTERS

    A STUDY of CLIENT SATISFACTION in CHILD CUSTODY and VISITATION MEDIATION.

    An Original MASTERS THESIS in PSYCHOLOGY submitted to the faculty of San Francisco State University. By MAMIE JEAN WALTERS.

    Self Published, San Francisco, 1984. Hardcovers, blue cloth covered boards, white titles to the spine, 8.5x11 inches, 107 pages, pages printed on one side only.

    Laid in are 12 photocopied typescript pages titled Interpersonal Diagnosis in Child Custody Conflicts: A Means of Distinguishing Adversarial Styles Among Parents, by Mamie Walters. Pages printed on one side only, held together with a paper clip at the top.

    The hardcover thesis is in NEAR FINE condition, tight, bright, clean and clear; the laid in paper is in GOOD condition, there is a horizontal…

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    A STUDY of CLIENT SATISFACTION in CHILD CUSTODY and VISITATION MEDIATION.

    An Original MASTERS THESIS in PSYCHOLOGY submitted to the faculty of San Francisco State University. By MAMIE JEAN WALTERS.

    Self Published, San Francisco, 1984. Hardcovers, blue cloth covered boards, white titles to the spine, 8.5x11 inches, 107 pages, pages printed on one side only.

    Laid in are 12 photocopied typescript pages titled Interpersonal Diagnosis in Child Custody Conflicts: A Means of Distinguishing Adversarial Styles Among Parents, by Mamie Walters. Pages printed on one side only, held together with a paper clip at the top.

    The hardcover thesis is in NEAR FINE condition, tight, bright, clean and clear; the laid in paper is in GOOD condition, there is a horizontal crease where it was folded in half, otherwise just light general signs of handling.

    About Mamie Walters (from an online Obituary): ******Mamie Jean Walters (b. 1947 d. 2018), born in Washington, D.C., and a long-time resident of Crockett, CA, died on July 29, age 71. Walters graduated with a M.S. degree in clinical psychology from San Francisco State University in 1984. She was known by colleagues and hundreds of clients as a distinguished and effective marriage and family counselor. Walters developed her career in counseling while employed with the Marin County Mediation Services and Catholic Charities.******

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  • EVOLUTION of the NEO-CONFUCIAN CONCEPT of LI as PRINCIPLE Asian Philosophy 1964 by WING-TSIT CHAN EVOLUTION of the NEO-CONFUCIAN CONCEPT of LI as PRINCIPLE Asian Philosophy 1964
    WING-TSIT CHAN

    THE EVOLUTION OF THE NEO-CONFUCIAN CONCEPT OF LI AS PRINCIPLE, by WING-TSIT CHAN. A separately bound reprint from the Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Studies, February 1964. Booklet, paper wrappers, staple bound, 7.5x10.5 inches, 27 pages (pages numbered 123 to 149). GOOD condition, upper corner creased, signs of light handling and use, red ink check marks in the blank margin beside quite a number of paragraphs, else solid, bright, clean and clear. An interesting and hard to find work from the philosopher Wing-Tsit Chan. About Wing-Tsit Chan (from Wikipedia): ******Wing=tsit Chan, b. 1901 d. 1994, was a Chinese scholar and professor best known for his studies of Chinese philosophy and his translations of Chinese philosophical texts. Chan was born in…

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    THE EVOLUTION OF THE NEO-CONFUCIAN CONCEPT OF LI AS PRINCIPLE, by WING-TSIT CHAN. A separately bound reprint from the Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Studies, February 1964. Booklet, paper wrappers, staple bound, 7.5x10.5 inches, 27 pages (pages numbered 123 to 149). GOOD condition, upper corner creased, signs of light handling and use, red ink check marks in the blank margin beside quite a number of paragraphs, else solid, bright, clean and clear. An interesting and hard to find work from the philosopher Wing-Tsit Chan. About Wing-Tsit Chan (from Wikipedia): ******Wing=tsit Chan, b. 1901 d. 1994, was a Chinese scholar and professor best known for his studies of Chinese philosophy and his translations of Chinese philosophical texts. Chan was born in China in 1901 and went to the United States in 1924, earning a PhD. from Harvard University in 1929. Chan taught at Dartmouth College and Chatham University for most of his academic career. His 1963 book A Source Book in Chinese Philosophy was highly influential in the English speaking world, and was often used as a source for quotations from Chinese philosophical classics.******

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  • RESEARCH IN PARAPSYCHOLOGY 1988 Over 30 Abstracts & Papers Montreal Convention by Linda A. Henkel, Rick E. Berge, et al RESEARCH IN PARAPSYCHOLOGY 1988 Over 30 Abstracts & Papers Montreal Convention
    Linda A. Henkel, Rick E. Berge, et al

    RESEARCH IN PARAPSYCHOLOGY 1988 : Abstracts and Papers from the Thirty First Annual Convention of the Parapsychological Association, 1988. Edited by Linda A. Henkel and Rick E. Berger.

    Published by The Scarecrow Press, Metuchen, N.J., & London, 1989. ISBN 10: 0810822148.

    Hardcovers, no dustjacket as issued, green cloth covered boards, gilt titles on front cover and spine, 5.5x8.5 inches, 186 pages.

    NEAR FINE condition, a bit of rubbing to the front edge of the front cover, otherwise looks and feels unread, tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

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    ******The thirty first annual convention of the Parapsychological Association, held in Montreal, Quebec, included over 30 original presentations representing various aspects of contemporary parapsychological thought and activity. These previously…

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    RESEARCH IN PARAPSYCHOLOGY 1988 : Abstracts and Papers from the Thirty First Annual Convention of the Parapsychological Association, 1988. Edited by Linda A. Henkel and Rick E. Berger.

    Published by The Scarecrow Press, Metuchen, N.J., & London, 1989. ISBN 10: 0810822148.

    Hardcovers, no dustjacket as issued, green cloth covered boards, gilt titles on front cover and spine, 5.5x8.5 inches, 186 pages.

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    ******The thirty first annual convention of the Parapsychological Association, held in Montreal, Quebec, included over 30 original presentations representing various aspects of contemporary parapsychological thought and activity. These previously unpublished papers, abstracted in this volume, deal with such issues as emerging PK paradigms, psychic signatures, REG and EEG experiments, psychometrics and free response studies, observational theories, poltergeists, remote viewing, and Ganzfeld studies. One symposium examined gender related issues in parapsychology, and another addressed GESP targets in psi research. Published in full are two invited addresses: 'The Healer Phenomenon: Implications for Parapsychology' by Bernard Grad and 'Psi Phenomena and Temporal Lobe Activity: The Geomagnetic Factor' by Michael Persinger. The Presidential Address by Dean Radin (The Tao of Psi) is also reproduced in full.******

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  • TWO PHOTOGRAPHS of JACK LONDON - 1 Boxing in Underwear - For FILM of MARTIN EDEN by Jack London TWO PHOTOGRAPHS of JACK LONDON - 1 Boxing in Underwear - For FILM of MARTIN EDEN
    Jack London

    TWO PHOTOGRAPHS OF JACK LONDON, used as aids for developing the character of Jack London in the film THE ADVENTURES OF MARTIN EDEN. Each photo has the following typed statement attached to its backside: : "AN EARLY PHOTOGRAPH OF JACK LONDON which served as an aid to Glenn Ford in his title characterization in Columbia's 'The Adventures of Martin Eden.' The photographs were borrowed from the London estate prior to production of the picture." There is also an identification number typed on each slip, and an identification number handwritten in pencil on the top of the backside of each photograph. The photographs are 8x10 glossy b&w prints. They are original prints from the Jack London Estate, but may be prints…

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    TWO PHOTOGRAPHS OF JACK LONDON, used as aids for developing the character of Jack London in the film THE ADVENTURES OF MARTIN EDEN. Each photo has the following typed statement attached to its backside: : "AN EARLY PHOTOGRAPH OF JACK LONDON which served as an aid to Glenn Ford in his title characterization in Columbia's 'The Adventures of Martin Eden.' The photographs were borrowed from the London estate prior to production of the picture." There is also an identification number typed on each slip, and an identification number handwritten in pencil on the top of the backside of each photograph. The photographs are 8x10 glossy b&w prints. They are original prints from the Jack London Estate, but may be prints of a photo of a photo, or prints from old negatives. Though I am not certain what generation the photographs are, they clearly are early, certainly pre 1942 which was when the film The Adventures of Martin Eden was released. These photographs were obviously taken during Jack London's short life (b 1876 d. 1916) with the originals becoming part of Jack London's Estate upon his death in 1916. The photographs are in Good condition with some light creases and bends from handling and use. About MARTIN EDEN the novel, and THE ADVENTURES OF MARTIN EDEN the film: ******Originally published in 1909, Jack London's novel MARTIN EDEN tells the story of a self-taught member of the Proletariat struggling to become a writer. The novel provided the basis for the 1942 movie THE ADVENTURES OF MARTIN EDEN starring Glenn Ford and Claire Trevor and distributed by Columbia Pictures.******

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