Has Man a Future? Bertrand Russell.

Has Man a Future?

London: George Allen & Unwin LTD (1961), 1961. First printing. Hardcover. Small 8vo. [6], 9-136 pp. Black cloth with silver lettering on the spine and a dark blue topstain. Includes the errata slip. Price on the dust jacket, obscured by two publisher's stickers on the front flap. Russell's essay on nuclear weapons and why humanity ought to eschew them. Honderich 781-784. Russell was the most politically active philosopher, working to advance human rights and world peace. He made important contributions to mathematics, to ethics, and to the philosophy of language. Very Good+ / Near Fine. Item #00008325

A Very Good+ book with a tiny stray mark to the bottom textblock and two small bumps to the extremities; dust jacket is Near Fine with a few spots of rubbing and a tiny spot of toning on the front panel.

Price: $100.00

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