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12mo - 17.5 x 12 cm.; vi - 225 - 39 pp. Dark brown cloth over boards with gold lettering on spine. A collection of 3 'hypothetical' dialogues concerning the nature of personal religious inquiry. Library markings consist of a call number on spine, pocket on the back paste down end paper, and library stamps on blank pages at front and back. The back end paper hinge is gone with the mull showing and the binding is shaken. Wear to the externals with rubbed and bumped corners and a worn spine crown and heel. The binding is cocked. The last 39 pages are publisher's adverts. Uncommon in this edition though reprints of one of the individual dialogues are seen upon occassion.
Title: The Wish To Believe: A Discussion Concerning The Temper Of Mind In Which A Reasonable Man Should Undertake Religious Inquiry.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: London, UK., Kegan Paul, Trench & Co.: 1885
Book Condition: Fair with no dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 11059
Keywords: Catholic, Philosophy, Personality, Theology, Church Catechetics Tractarian Natural Law