Chicago: The University of Chicago Press (1978), 1978. First edition. Hardcover. 8vo. , vii-xii, 1-393,  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.