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Essays of the powers of the human mind. To which is prefixed an account of the life and writings of the author by Dugald Stewart. In three volumes
Edinburgh, printed for Bell & Bradfute 1803 - Three volumes in 8vo.; pp. (6) incl. frontispiece, CLXIV, XX, 520; pp. VII, (1), 567, (1); pp. VIII, 614; later brown half calf over grey boards, corners strengthened, no rubbing or bumping, gilt lettering (Reid's Works, volume 1,2,3) to spines, sprinkled edges, endpapers a bit foxed, front fly leaf of volume I with closed tear, minor foxing in volume I, else clean and crisp, a very good set. First collected edition of the works of the great Scottish common sense philosopher. Volume I starts with a 164-pages account of the life and writings of Thomas Reid by his most famous student Dugald Stewart. Volume I and II contain "Essays on the intellectual powers of man". Volume III contains "Essays on the active powers of man". [Attributes: Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Stecher]
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