Oxford: Basil Blackwell (1987), 1987. First edition. Hardcover. 8vo. , ix-xii, , 2-386,  pp. Black cloth with silver lettering on the spine. Honderich 919. Eleven essays by Crispin Wright defending and exploring the implications of a version of anti-realism according to which whatever is true must in some sense be knowable. An atttractive example of this book, and uncommon thus. Near Fine / very near Fine. Item #00008997
A Near Fine book with a touch of foxing to the textblock and a name "Bell" on the half-title page; dust jacket is very near Fine.