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      In-4 p., cartelletta edit. contenente un fascicolo, pp. (20), interamente illustrato in b.n. nel t. Vi sono riprodotte xerografie originali di: Aldo Codoni, Gianni Colombo, Silvio Coppola, James Fallon, Alan Fletcher, Colin Forbes, Mervyn Kurlansky, Bruno Munari (presente con 8 immagini), Esta Nesbitt, Joel Schwartz, Pino Tovaglia. Ediz. di 1000 esempl. numerati fuori commercio. Ben conservato. Si unisce una xerografia originale di Munari (mm. 209x287), applicata su cartone, con firma autografa. E? una delle 8 riprodotte nel vol. (in Indice col n. 5) e così descritta: ?Texturizzazione di una immagine fotografica con chiaroscuri fino a trasformarla per la riproduzione al tratto, per stampe speciali. Su Rank Xerox 4000?.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi]
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        Calder : Autobiographie / Traduction De Jean Davidson

      Paris : Maeght, 1972. 1st Edition. Description: 209 p. , [6] leaves of plates : ill. (some col. ) ; 29 x 30 cm. Bibliography: p. [205]-209. Subjects; Sculptors--United States--Biography. 3 double-page original lithographs produced exclusively by Calder for this edition and not for the US edition. Fine cloth copy in an equally fine dw. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        A Pictorial History of English Architecture (SIGNED LIMITED EDITION)

      John Murray Ltd, London, 1972.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. Signed by Author(s) Signed Limited Edition, number 90 of 100 numbered and signed copies. 112pp. Quarto. Buckram-backed marbled paper boards. Decorated endpapers. Top edge gilt. Numerous photographs, mainly in colour, some full-page, by various photographers including Margaret Harker, Edwin Smith, A F Kersting, Michael Holford, et al. A fine copy in original unprinted tissue wrapper with a couple of tears at spine panel. In original decorated slipcase, in fine state.

      [Bookseller: Clearwater Books]
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        A Republic, If You Can Keep It

      Earl Warren's first book-length work, its title based on Benjamin Franklin's epigrammatic reply (upon leaving the Constitutional Convention) whether we were to enjoy a republic or a monarchy--"a republic, if you can keep it". Presentation copy "For Robert Young Jr [?the biographer of Fatty Arbuckle] / with the best wishes of / Earl Warren"; a very good copy dustjacketed. Quadrangle Books, New York, 1972.

      [Bookseller:  Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.]
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      Friends of President Nixon Washington: Friends of President Nixon, (1972). First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine, as issued without dustwrapper. Quarto, pictorial boards. Illustrated with many photographs, most in color. Inspirational extracts from Nixon's writings and speeches, published before the Watergate debacle. An uncommon Nixon book, especially when SIGNED by the former President, as this copy is on the contents page. Additionally SIGNED and INSCRIBED by Pat Nixon to Chiquita Williams "with our appreciation/and best wishes" and dated "Christmas 1975." Chiquita Williams was apparently on the Nixon's staff at their "Western White House" in San Clemente, California.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, ABAA ]
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        Raphael Soyer

      Abrams NY: Abrams, 1972. First edition. Hardcover. Orig. beige cloth lettered in dark red. Fine in fine dust wrapper./No Dust Jacket. Soyer, Raphael. 349 pages. Folio, 39 x 31 cm. With an original drawing by Soyer on half title, 24 x 19 cm signed by Soyer, inscribed in Russian to Maria Solomon -- drawing in blue ink depicting male and female heads with the latter nude from the waist up. 290 illustrations including 77 in full color -- many plates tipped-in. Bibliography. Index. Fresh, clean copy.

      [Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc. ]
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        Time Between

      Entwhistle Books New York: Entwhistle Books. 1972. First. First edition. Quarto. Black cloth boards with gilt lettering without dustwrapper as issued. Corners a bit frayed, very good. A facsimile of the author's original manuscript. Copy number 103 of 500 copies Signed by Williams. Additionally Inscribed by Williams with a rather come hither sentiment: "For Martha, many feelings not yet expressed from Paul. Someday soon... NYC 4/73." A hippie journal from William, a music critic and the founder of Crawdaddy!, the first nationally published magazine of rock music criticism, and the literary executor of Philip D. Dick's estate. A much later paperback edition published in 2000 was subtitled: "A Hippie Journal, in the Commune & on the Road, December 1969-February 1970." Very scarce. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Sail. The Romance of the Clipper Ships. Pictured by J. Spurling. Storied by Basil Lubbock, Edited by F.A. Hook. With an Introduction by Alan Villiers.

      London: Patrick Stephens [ 1972 ].. Three volumes. No 19 of only 50 sets bound in full blue goatskin gilt, all edges gilt. Silk endpapers. Coloured plates throughout, folding map at end of volume 1. Pages: 153; 152; & 102. Each volume 12 x 10 inches and contained within individual double slipcases, these with blue leather title labels. One coloured plate in volume 1 partially detached on inner margin; some scuffing to slipcases. A fine set in excellent condition. Signed by Alan Villiers on the title of volume 1.

      [Bookseller: Bristow & Garland]
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        On Turning Eighty

      Capra Press Santa Barbara: Capra Press. 1972. First. First edition, paperbound issue (published simultaneously with a hardbound issue of 200 copies). Light offsetting to one page, one small correction in the text in an unknown hand, else just about fine in wrappers. Inscribed by the author to his second wife, June Mansfield: "For June from Henry 10/31/72 My books are getting smaller and smaller now. Soon I will shut up completely!" A wonderful association. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Naming and Necessity. [In: Semantics of Natural Language. Edited by Donald Davidson and Gilbert Harman].

      Dordrecht, (1972). The entire volume offered here. 8vo. Orig. full blue cloth w. gilt lettering to spine. Very minor wear to extremities. Orig. blue and white printed dust-jacket in excellent condition w. only very minor bumping to a few corners. Two single very small brown spots. Internally nice and clean, w. marginal annotations, in light pencil only, to parts of "Naming and Necessity" and w. an inlaid leaf w. cont. notes to the same. A crease to pasted down front endpaper. An excellent, nice and clean copy of this thick book, which is difficult to find in good condition. Pp. (251) - 355. [Entire volume: X, 769, (3) pp.]. The rare first printing of Kripke's seminal main work, which restructured philosophy of language. The work is based on three lectures from 1970, which constitute an attack on Fregean and Russellian theories of reference with respect to proper names. It was originally published, as it is here, in Davidson and Harman's "Semantics of Natural Language", and it only appeared in the second edition, which is the first separate edition, eight years later, in 1980. The first printing of this groundbreaking work is difficult to come by in good condition, and Kripke's works in general are rare. Many of them remain unpublished and are only known in privately circulated manuscripts. The American philosopher Saul A. Kripke (born 1940) is an exceedingly important logician and philosopher of language and one of the most powerful and influential thinkers of analytic and Anglo-American philosophy. He is considered the greatest living philosopher and perhaps the greatest since Wittgenstein. In 2001 he was awarded the Schock Prize in Logic and Philosophy, which is considered the philosopical equivalent of the Nobel Prize. His main work, "Naming and Necessity," is doubtlessly among the most influential books of philosophy published within the last 50 or hundred years. Before the publication of Kripke's "Naming and Necessity" analytic philosophy was moving in the direction of linguistic idealism, which propounded the theory that man is trapped in language and that language is not "tuned" to the world. Almost on his own, practically only aided by the publication of his "Naming and Necessity", Kripke changed this entire direction of philosophy and, according to most logicians, brought the philosophy of language back on track. In 1980, when the second edition of this most influential work appeared, "London Review of Books" write the following about the influence of the first edition: "When these lectures were first published eight years ago, they stood analytic philosophy on its ear. Everybody was either furious, or exhilarated, or thoroughly perplexed. No one was indifferent." And it is true, there can be no doubt about the impact that this book made on the world of philosophy of language and logic.Kripke's work leads an attack on descriptivist theories of proper names that brings it a status comparable to that of the main works of Wittgenstein, Russell and Frege. It is also these three giants of philosophy that he criticizes, attributing to each of them variants of descriptivist theories that he then rejects. These descriptivist theories have that in common that they claim that names of individuals and properties function like definite descriptions. They are either synonymous with descriptions, or they get their reference by being associated with a description or a bunch of descriptions that an object satisfies uniquely. Kripke disproves this theory, claiming that it goes against our modal intuitions. The validity of our modal intuitions, again, are proven by the hugely influential notion of "possible worlds", which is traditionally used to systematize the semantics of modal statements. As opposed to definite descriptions, names rigidly refer to their referents, and they do so in every possible world in which the referent exists. Kripke here also establishes his "causal theory" of reference, according to which names refer to their referents by being appropriately causally connected to them. Thus, Kripke provides numerous examples that renders descriptivism implausible as a theory of how names get their reference determined at the same time as he provides the solution through his causal theory of reference, stating firmly that the meaning of a name is simply the object that it refers to.This work provides several groundbreaking theories for the fields of philosophy of logic and language, which it has seminally come to change. The work almost single-handedly changed the fate that phiilosophy stood to fall with within the analytic tradition, -that it was nothing more than the analysis of language. As such, it now ranks as one of the most important works of 20th century philosophy. It is even, by some, regarded as one of the most important works of philosophy ever, and it is difficult to overestimate the importance of this seminal work

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        Watership Down.

      London: Rex Collings (1972).. First edition, 8vo, viii, 413, (1) pp. Pasted on to the fly leaf is a piece of paper with the Author's signature below a typed "Yours sincerely", clearly removed from a letter. Coloured folding map at the end. Cloth, d.w., not price clipped, one minor mark to the upper wrapper, joint ends with very slight rubbing, a fine bright copy.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop, ABA, ILAB]
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        (Hamburg 1929 - 1995 ebda.). Geburtstagsstrauss für Philip. Radierung von 1972. Signiert und datiert. 27,6 x 20,5 cm.

      Frielinghaus 72,16.- Einer von 10 Probedrucken. In der Platte bezeichnet '6.5.72 1 Geburtstagsstrauss für Philip'.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm]
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        Atlas van de foto's en schetsen. Hedendaagse Kunst-Utrecht 1-30 december 1972. Organisatie: Wouter Kotte.

      (20,5 x 14 cm); 8°; unpaginiert und 339 Abbildungen in Schwarzweiss. Orig.-Broschur. Beiliegend: ein loses Blatt (19,7 x 13,4 cm)"Werbeblatt der Hedendaagse Kunst-Utrecht für 2 Gerhard Richter Ausstellungen "expositie I: atlas van de foto's en schetsen, 2t/m 30 december 1972; expositie II: 48 portretten, 6 t/m 28 januari 1973." "Gerhard Richters Motivsammlung Atlas, die Fotografien, Skizzen und Zeitungsausschnitte umfasst, wurde im Laufe der Jahre verändert und kontinuierlich erweitert.In dieser ersten Ausstellung des Atlas wurden ca. 340 Blätter des Kompendiums gezeigt. Einige dieser Blätter wurden später vom Künstler wieder aus der Sammlung ausgeschlossen." "Künstlerbuch mit 144 Seiten und 339 Abbildungen, mit einem kurzen, unbetitelten Text von Wouter Kotte auf der Umschlagrückseite, ohne Paginierung, Broschur aus hellgrauem Karton, Offsetdruck in Schwarz.Das von Richter gestaltete Buch erschien anlässlich der Austellung seines Atlas in der Heedendagse Kunst in Utrecht, Niederlande im Jahr 1972.Unbekannte Anzahl von Exemplaren.Quelle:( -Broschur und Kopfschnitt mit kleineren Stockfleckchen.-[2 Warenabbildungen bei]

      [Bookseller: Heinrich Heine Antiquariat Lustenberger ]
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