By Alfred North Whitehead
Later printing of author's paintings which used to be first released in 1925. Mr. Whitehead used to be the co-author of the landmark "Principia Mathematica". --- In complete military cloth-covered hardcovers w/gilt-stamped backbone titling. Jacket with overview excerpts from periodicals of the day.
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Science and the modern world: Lowell lectures, 1925 by Alfred North Whitehead