540 g.; VIII, 9-276 pages, introduction by author and index. Tan coloured cloth covered boards with gilt titles to the backstrip. Bumping to the backstrip edges to the book corners. Browning and dust marks to the top text block edge with browning and handling marks to the other text block edges. A previous owner has marked paragraphs and underlined sentences in black ink throughout the text. Plain text dustwrapper with orange background with black titles to the front panels and black-and-white titles to the backstrip. Rubbing and chipping to the dustwrapper corners. A 0.5 " tear is present to the top edge of the front dustwrapper panel, with associated creasing. The dustwrapper edges are slightly rubbed and creased. There is a tear that runs 1.5 " down the front spine the gutter edge and then has a horizontal component of 2 inches (towards the back dustwrapper panel) then there is a tear that runs 5 inches down the rear spine gutter edge. The backstrip is faded and the rear dustwrapper panel shows browning and foxing. " In this extremely important book, the distinguished philosopher offers an individual approach to moral philosophy and to the problem of the freedom of the will. His argument involves a reconsideration of the philosophy of mind, and an enquiry in to the relation between knowledge and action." -- from the front fold over panel blurb. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. We are happy to provide pictures of this book on request Quantity Available: 1. Category: Philosophy ; Inventory No: 0108959.