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Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. "This book discusses the intersection between philosophy and literature during the British Enlightenment. Its primary focus is the work of moral philosophers during the first half of the eighteenth century, but its larger interest is in understanding how the writing of philosophical fictions relates to the rise of the novel, and the emergence of philosophical aesthetics. Novelists such as Fielding, Sterne, Johnson and Austen are placed in a philosophical context, and philosophers of the empiricist tradition in the context of English literary history." (Publisher)
Fine in Near Fine Plus jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed by Author Cloth, hard cover in dust jacket., some sun-fading to dj background color-rather artfully if i may say so. no other flaws or wear, clean, no markings, bumps, tears. strong binding.; this copy has an inscription from the author to the late john silber, dated 1997.; xiv-282pp., this is the original book, not any sort of contemporary echo.
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