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    BACHELARD, Gaston.
    $125.00
    NY: Orion Press (1968). First printing of this edition. xii + 123 pp. Two small stamps to bottom edge, else near fine in very good dust jacket with overall edgewear, a closed tear with creases to the rear jacket flap fold. Translated from the original French by G.C. Waterston with his preface.
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    BACHELARD, Gaston.
    $20.00
    Indianapolis & NY: Library of Liberal Arts/Bobbs-Merrill (1971). First edition. xxxvii + 111 pp w/index. Very good plus in illustrated wrappers. Translated from the original French by Colette Gaudin, with her introduction.
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    BACHELARD, Gaston.
    $20.00
    Boston: Beacon (1971). First US trade paperback printing. vii + 212 pp. Very good plus in illustrated wrappers. Translated from the original French by Daniel Russell, with his preface.
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    BARTHES, Roland.
    $20.00
    NY: Hill & Wang (1987). First US edition. 226 pp w/chronological outline. Fine in fine dust jacket. Translated from the original French by Richard Howard.
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    BARTHES, Roland.
    $15.00
    Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press (1987). First US edition. 104 pp w/index. Light foxing to page edges, else near fine in near fine dust jacket. Translated from the original French by Philip Thody, with his introduction.
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    BATAILLE, Georges.
    $35.00
    NY: Paragon House (1992). First US edition. xxxiv + 199 pp w/index. Fine in fine dust jacket with spine lettering faded. Translated by Bruce Boone. Introduction by Sylvère Lotringer.
  • BAUDRILLARD, Jean and Jean Nouvel.
    $45.00
    Minneapolis: University of Minnesota (2002). First US edition. xv + 80 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Translated from the original French by Robert Bononno, with a foreword by K. Michael Hays. Two long interviews.
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    CASSIRER, Ernst.
    $100.00
    NY: Harper & Brothers (1946). First US edition. x + 103 pp w/index. Very near fine in like dust jacket with lightly toned spine. Translated from the original German by Susanne K. Langer.
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    CAVELL, Stanley.
    $75.00
    Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1976). First printing of this edition (originally published in 1969). xxix +365 pp w/index. Near fine in full red cloth. No dust jacket.
  • CAVELL, Stanley.
    $12.50
    San Francisco: North Point, 1984. First edition. xiv + 268 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Cavell contributes a preface to this collection of twelve essays on various aspects of American media and culture.
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    DANI, Michael.
    $45.00
    NY: Vantage Press (1986). First edition. 38 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Review slip laid in. Observations by this Yugoslavian-born, Australia-residing, fitter-welder and part-time stamp dealer.
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    DEBORD, Guy.
    $150.00
    Detroit: Black & Red/Radical America, 1970. First US edition. [120 pp]. Ink owner’s name to first leaf, wear along spine, a bit musty. In all, very good in illustrated wrappers. First English translation of Debord’s landmark text- one of the key works to emerge from the Situationist International. Most reprints eliminate the illustrations that appear in this text (but do not appear in the original French edition). Co-published with Radical America, as their issue Vol. IV, No. 5.
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    GANICK, Peter.
    $40.00
    Charlottesville: xtantbooks, 2001. First edition. 207 pp. Fine in illustrated wrappers. Dated (01.29.01) and INSCRIBED by Ganick.
  • GASS, William H.
    $25.00
    Manchester: Carcanet New Press (1979). First UK edition. 91 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers; a trade paperback original in the UK. A tour de force, Gass considers all aspects of the color.
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    HALLYN, Fernand.
    $25.00
    NY: Zone Books, 1990. First US edition. 367 pp w/index. Light foxing along top edge, else near fine in like dust jacket. Translated from the original French by Donald M. Leslie.
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    HUGHES, H. Stuart.
    $40.00
    Middletown: Wesleyan University Press (1987). First edition. 304 + 293 pp/w/indexes. Very near fine in like dust jacket. The two books combined into one volume, adding a new introduction.
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    KRISTEVA, Julia.
    $50.00
    NY: Columbia University Press (1989. First US edition. 366 pp w/index. Fine in near fine dust jacket with light edgewear. Translated from the original French by Anne M. Menke.
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    LENIN, V.I.
    $20.00
    London & NY: Verso (2002). First edition. viii + 344 pp w/index. Fine in fine dust jacket. Edited by Slavoj Zizek who also contributes an introduction and afterword to this collection
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    LOTRINGER, Sylvère and Paul Virilio.
    $15.00
    Los Angeles: Semiotext(e) (2005). First US edition. 119 pp w/notes & index. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers; a trade paperback original. Translated from the original French by Michael Taormina.
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    LOWENTHAL, Leo.
    $25.00
    San Francisco: Greenwood Press, 1989. First edition. [16 pp]. Very near fine in illustrated wrappers. Wrap-around cover photograph by Dennis Letbetter. Translated from the original German by Steven Stoltenberg. A commemorative speech delivered on the 150th anniversary of Goethe’s death. One of 500 copies on Mohawk Supefine text.
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    LUKACS, John.
    $45.00
    NY: Ticknor & Fields 1990. First edition. 328 pp. Small stain on front free endpaper, else very near fine in like dust jacket. Dated (16 May 1993) and INSCRIBED by Lukacs with a short holograph notecard laid in as well.
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    MacDIARMID, Hugh.
    $20.00
    Edinburgh: Paperback Booksellers (nd). First edition. 19 pp. Very near fine in oblong stapled wrappers. Transcript of a lecture given by MacDiarmid at Edinburgh University, April 1961.
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    MARITAIN, Jacques.
    $125.00
    NY: Scribner’s, 1941. First US edition. xii + 322 pp w/index of names. Very near fine in near fine, price-clipped dust jacket with shallow chipping to crown, four short edge tears, and some wear along the top edge of the rear panel. Translated from the original French by Harry Lorin Binsse.
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    NADDAFF, Ramona. ed.
    $85.00
    NY: New Press (1995-2001). First US editions. Three volumes, each near fine in near fine dust jacket. Volume I: Historie: French Constructions of the Past. Volume II: LIterary Debate: Texts and Contects. Volume III: Antiquities. For the set:
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    PODGORECKI, Adam.
    $25.00
    London: Poets' and Painters' Press (1975). First edition. 40 pp. Sunning to spine, trivial soiling to covers, and rust from a paperclip on the inside front cover, else near fine in wrappers. Podgorecki--for most of his life a Polish exile--is known internationally as a progressive thinker and author of books concerning sociology, morality and law, especially 'global ethics.' This book is one of his many volumes concerning the thought of a fictional Chinese philosopher, Si-Tien. Dated (Jan 7th 1976) and INSCRIBED by Podgorecki.
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    VIRILIO, Paul.
    $40.00
    London: Paul Virilio (2000). First UK edition. 103 pp. Very near fine in glossy illustrated boards. No dust jacket, as issued. Translated from the original French by Patrick Camiller.
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    VON BERTALANFFY, Ludwig.
    $45.00
    NY: Braziller (1975). First US edition. 183 pp w/index. Fine in very near fine dust jacket. Edited by Edgar Taschdjian with forewords by Maria Von Bertalanffy and Ervin Laszlo.
  • WEIL Simone.
    $125.00
    Iowa City: Stone Wall Press, 1973. First printing of this edition. 44 pp w/note on Simone Weil. Near fine in full red cloth with printed spine label. No dust jacket, as issued. Preface by George P. Elliott. Translated by Mary McCarthy. One of 150 copies on Crown & Sceptre handmade paper. Berger 57.
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    WIKSE, John R.
    $25.00
    University Park & London: Pennsylvania State University Press (1977). First edition. 169 pp w/index. Near fine in near fine dust jacket that is lightly rubbed.
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    WITTGENSTEIN, Ludwig.
    $40.00
    NY: Barnes & Noble Import Division/Harper & Row (1975). First US edition. 357 pp w/corrigenda for German text. Corner crease to one leaf, else near fine in boards. Lacks dust jacket. Edited from Wittgenstein’s posthumous writings by Rush Rhees, translated into English by Raymond Hargreaves and Roger White.
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    [ANONYMOUS].
    $25.00
    Los Angeles: Buffalo Ghost Dance Productions (nd). First edition. [44 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. One of an unstated limitation numbered on the front cover.
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    [BOETHIUS]. O’Daly, Gerard.
    $25.00
    Chapel Hill & London: University of North Carolina Press (1991). First edition. xii + 252 pp w/index. Near fine in near fine dust jacket.