Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1982. First edition. Hardcover. 8vo. , viii, , 2-311,  pp. Bound in navy blue cloth with lettering and publisher's device stamped in gold on the spine. A volume in the long-running Clarendon Library of Logic and Philosophy series. In this book, Bealer explores two traditional approaches to properties, relations, and propositions and develops a unified theory combining these approaches. A nice copy of Bealer's best-known book. Near Fine / very near Fine. Item #00009635
The usual toning to the textblock, else Fine in a very near Fine dust jacket with a bit of toning to the flaps.