Chicago: The University of Chicago Press (1978), 1978. First edition. Hardcover. 393 pp. Bound in blue cloth with silver lettering on the spine. First printing of the first edition. This is Gewirth's best-known work, in which he attempts to provide a rational foundation for ethics; in particular, he argues that rationality logically confers fundamental rights and that morality is rationally required. Near Fine / Good. Item #00008111
A Near Fine book with a few spots of fading to the cloth in a Good edge-worn dust jacket with a few tiny chips and creases and a scratch to the front panel.