The Human Condition
Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1969.
Collector's edition. vi, 333 pp. Bound in publisher's illustrated boards, housed in matching slipcase. Fifth impression of the first edition with a dramatically redesigned binding and matching slipcase not present in prior or later printings. Near Fine with slightly toned spine, in Near Fine slipcase with light shelf wear, a few tiny creases. A surprisingly rare, beautifully-designed edition of a philosophical history of what it means to be human. Item #140944374
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