Good. A used copy from a another bookseller's collection, his name inside front cover, and with an index card pocket at rear. Tape residue on jacket and black cloth. Some underlining marks to the text, here and there. Still, a useful reading/ reference copy. Author later was Philosophy Chair at Brooklyn College. Was Libertarian candidate for President in, I believe, 1976.
Good in Good jacket. Used. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. A reading copy from the library of the family of a local Port Orchard WA bookseller (ink name, and that owner's "pocket" attached to rear endpaper. Brittle yellowed scotch tape attaches jacket to boards (tape easy to remove). Tape stains, some pencil underlinings to text, shelfwear to bottom edge. Hospers had many interests as a professor of philosophy, and art and aesthetics were of key importance to him. May be of associative interest to libertarians, as Hospers was a colleague of Rand, and was the L. P's first candidate for the Presidency of the USA.
VG- Not ex-lib. Softcover in white wraps with red and brown design to front, small 8vo. viii + 252pp. Index, bibliography, footnotes throughout. VG-. Moderate scuffing to white background of wraps, stronger over front design. Toning to white background, strongest along spine with titles unaffected. Binding strong and square with front wrap slighly pulled back before title page. Pages clean and unmarked.
Very Good. Very Good 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. pp.252 with index and bibliography. clean tight copy frontpiece/inside cover spine taped with masking tape same backpiece. minuscule edgewear with slight soiling to covers.
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