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XVIII.—RELIGI(>N AND PHILOSOPHY IN GERMANY: A Fragment. By Hein-
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XX.—ENIGMAS or LIrE. By W. R. Greg. Fifteenth Edition, with a
XXI.—E'I‘HIC DEMONSTRATED IN GEOMETRICAL ORDER AND DIVIDED INTO
XXII.—TI'IE WORLD As WILL AND IDEA. By Arthur Schopenhauer. Trans-
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN PHILOSOPHICAL LIBRARY—continued.
XXV. to XXVII.—THE PHILOSOPHY or THE UNCosscIOUS. By Eduard Von Hartmann. Speculative Results, according to the Inductive Method of Physical Science. Authorised Translation, by William C. Couplaml.M.A. 3vols. pp. xxxii.—372; vi.-368; viii.-360. 1884. 31s. 6d.
XXVIII. to XXX.—THE GUIDE or THE PERPLEXED or MAIMONIDES. Translated from the Original Text and Annotated by M. Friedlander,
Ph.D. 3 vols., pp. .
I. and II.—LESSING: His Life and Writings. By James Sime, M.A. Second Edition. 2 vols., pp. xxii. and 328, and xvi. and 358, with portraits. 1879. 21s.
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FA.LKE.—AR'l‘ IN THE HOUSE. Historical, Critical, and Esthetical Studies on the Decoration and Furnishing of the Dwelling. By J. von Falke, Vice-Director of the Austrian Museum of Art and Industry at Vienna. Translated from the German. Edited, with Notes, by C. C. Perkins, M.A. Royal 8vo, pp. xx: 356, cloth. With Coloured Frontispiece, 60 Plates, and over 150 Illustrations. 1878. £3.
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