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The Journal of Speculative Philosophy. Vol. I, no. 4.

Harris, Wm. T. [William Torrey].

Published by George Knapp & Co. Printers and Binders, St. Louis, MO, 1867
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10" x 6.25". 62pp. Green printed wrappers. Very nice, near fine condition. This publication was the first scholarly journal in the English language without a specific theological agenda. This issue includes articles on the philosophy of nature, Hegel's philosophy of art, music, Schopenhauer's doctrine of the will, William Shakespeare, Goethe's essay on Da Vinci's Last Supper, and Paul Janet and Hegel. With an advertising circular for the journal laid in. Bookseller Inventory # 18105


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Title: The Journal of Speculative Philosophy. Vol. ...

Publisher: George Knapp & Co. Printers and Binders, St. Louis, MO

Publication Date: 1867

Binding: Paperback

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