Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton University Press.: 1977
Seller ID: 20263
Condition: Very Good in Very Good dust jacket
8vo - 21 x 13.5 cm.; 343 pp. "The book begins with a discussion of the metaphysical and epistemological bases of Godwin's philosophy and then analyzes the nature of his ethical theory and the application of his philosophical principles to social and political issues . . then his place in the history of anarchist theory is clarified." Footnotes, bibliography, index. Clark was Associate Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University in New Orleans. Purple cloth-covered boards lightly soiled with light soiling on head of text block edges; a clean, tight text. Dust jacket has minor wear. View More...