Bradley, F.H. The Principles of Logic. London: Oxford University Press, 1928. Second Edition. 8vo. Hardback. Good / No Jacket. Two volumes complete – Volume One – xxviii, 388pp and Volume Two – , 389-739pp, . Original cloth.
Slightly rubbed to extremities, pages lightly browned but clean. The second edition, ‘corrected impression’, the first being published in 1883, and the second in 1922.
Bradley (1846-1924), “makes it clear both in his ‘Principles of Logic’ (1883) and ‘Appearance and Reality’ that the thinking subjects he is concerned with are irreducibly sentient creatures, human and otherwise, living their lives in what he calls ‘our real world’: in other words, in the world of geographical space and historical time which a normal adult human being will be able to think of, at any waking moment, as containing its body and its activities present, past, and future, bodily and otherwise” (ODNB)