The Meaning of Meaning. A Study of the Influence of Language Upon Thought and of the Science of Symbolism

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Hardcover, black cloth lettered in gold on spine, lacking dust-jacket. 355 pages. Supplementary essays by B. Malinowski and F.G. Crookshank. Index of Subjects and Index of Names. Tenth edition, fourth impression thus. Ex-library copy, most probably a private research collection, as the spine number is a simple “100”. Evidence of small labels removed from end-papers, else no other ex-libris markings. A title in the “International Library of Psychology, Philosophy and Scientific Method.” No previous ownership marks. No underlining, high-lighting or marginalia. Very small black dot from errant marker to fore-edge. Book shows spine cant from shelving and light toning to page margins from age. A tight, sound, and internally unmarked copy. Good.

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Weight 1.93 lbs
Book Author

Ogden, C. K.; Richards, I. A.

Publisher

Routledge & Kegan Paul LTD

Publish Year

Publish Place

London

Size

8vo – over 7¾ – 9¾" tall

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Binding Type

Hardcover

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