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PHILOSOPHY Mass Market Paperback Books (Love of Wisdom; Study of the General and Fundamental Questions about Existence, Knowledge, Values, Reason, Mind, and Language); 

The Age of Ideology; The 19th Century Philosophers”; Selected, with Introduction and Commentary by Henry D. Aiken (Mentor Books MD 185);


*** “Aquinas”; by F.C. Copleston; An Introduction to the Medieval Thinker (Pelican Philisophy Series A 349);

*** “An Aquinas Reader; Selections from the Writings of Thomas Aquinas” Edited with an Introduction by Mary T. Clark (Doubleday Image Book);


*** “Ethics” Translated by J.A.K. Thomson (Penguin Classics L 55);

*** “The Politics” Translated with an Introduction by T.A. Sinclair (Penguin Classics);

*** “Aristotle” by Abraham Edel; A Biography and Selections of Writings (The Laurel Great Lives and Thoughts; Dell Books 0272);

*** “Aristotle for Everybody” by Mortimer J. Adler (Bantam Book 26776-0);

*** “Aristotle Selections” Edited by W.D. Ross (Charles Scribner's Sons);

*** “The Pocket Aristotle” Edited with Prefatory Notes by Justin D. Kaplan (Various Printings and Companys);

ARISTOTLE “Politics Books II-V; ST. THOMAS AQUINAS “Treatise on Law” (The Great Books Foundation);

AYER, A.J. “The Problem of Knowledge” An Enquiry into the Main Philosophical Problems that Enter into the Theory of Knowledge (Pelican Philosophy Series A 377);


*** “Francis Bacon; Philosopher of Industrial Science” by Benjamin Farrington; Study of His Life and Writings (Collier Books AS72);

BAILEY, FOSTER “Changing Esoteric Values” (Lucis Pub. Co.);

BARRETT, WILLIAM “Irrational Man; A Study in Existential Philosophy” (Doubleday Anchor A 321);

BENTHAM, JEREMY/ MILL, JOHN STUART ' The Utilitarians; Principles of Morals and Legislation by Jeremy Bentham/ On Liberty and Utilitarianism by John Stuart Mill” (Dolphin Book C 265);


*** “Berkeley” by G.J. Warnock; Introduction to the Writings of this Eighteenth Century Irish Philosopher (Pelican Philosophy Series A 286);

BERLIN, ISAIAH “The Age of Enlightenment; the 18th Century Philosophers” Selected, with Introduction and Commentary (Mentor Books MD 172);

BLACKHAM, H.J. “Humanism” (Pelican Book A 930);

BLACKHAM, H.J./ MARTIN, KINGSLEY/ HEPBURN, RONALD/ NOTT, KATHLEEN “Objections to Humanism” (Pelican Books A 765);

BRINTON, CRANE “The Portable Age of Reason Reader” Edited, with an Introduction (Penguin Books/ Viking Portable Library);

*** “The Shaping of the Modern Mind” History of Western Thought from Classical Times to the Present (Mentor Book M 98);


*** “Butler's Moral Philosophy” The Foundation of Ethics as Treated by the Eighteenth Century Bishop (Pelican Philosophy Series A 244);

CAMPBELL, KEITH “Body and Mind” (Doubleday Anchor PP2);

CASSIRER, ERNST “An Essay on Man; an Introduction to a Philosophy of Human Culture” (Doubleday Anchor Anchor A3);


*** “The Second Ring of Power”;

*** “A Seperate Reality; Further Conversations with Don Juan”;

*** “Tales of Power”;

*** The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge

CHILDS, MARQUIS W./ CATER, DOUGLASS “Ethics in a Business Society” The Nature of Moral Values in the Modern World (Mentor Book M 107);

CHRISTIE, STUART/ MELTZER, ALBERT “The Floodgates of Anarchy” An Exposition of Anarchist Theory (Sphere 23167);

COMMAGER, HENRY S. (Editor) “Selections from The Federalist; A Commentary on the Constitution of The United States” (Appleton-Century-Crofts);

COMMINS, SAXE/ LINSCOTT, ROBERT N. (Editors) “Man and Spirit; The Speculative Philosophers” (Washington Square Press W 965);

CORNFORD, F.M. “Before and After Socrates” (Cambridge University Press);


*** The Sayings of Confucius; The Teachings of China's Greatest Sage” a New Translation by James R. Ware (Mentor Book MD 151);

*** “A Short History of Confucian Philosophy” by Liu Wu-Chi (Pelican Book A 333);

CREEL, H.G. “Chinese Thought; from Confucius to Mao Tse-Tung” (Mentor Book MD 269);

CURTIS, MICHAEL (Editor) “The Great Political Theories; From Plato and Aristotle to Locke and Montesquieu” Edited, with Introduction and Commentary (Avon V-2036);

DA VINCI, LEONARDO “Philosophical Diary” (Wisdom Library 53);

DE GEORGE, RICHARD T. (Editor) “Ethics and Society; Original Essays on Contemporary Moral Problems” (Doubleday Anchor A 512);

DEWEY, JOHN “Reconstruction in Philosophy” (Mentor Book M53);

DURANT, WILL “The Story of Philosophy; The Lives and Opinions of the World's Greatest Philosophers from Plato to John Dewey”;

EDWARDS, JONATHAN “Basic Writings” Selected, Edited, amd with a Foreword by Ola Elizabeth Winslow (Signet Classic CT297);


*** “Emerson; A Modern Anthology” Edited by Alfred Kazin and Danial Aaron (Dell Laurel Edition LC116);

EMMETT, E.R. “Learning to Philosophize” Application of Logic and Philosophy in Daily Life (Pelican Book);

FEIBLEMAN, JAMES K. “Understanding Philosophy; A Popular History of Ideas” (Dell 8218);

FLUGEL, J.C. “Man, Morals and Society; A Psycho-Analytical Study” (Pelican Book A 324);

FRANK, PHILIPP “Modern Science and its Philosophy” Scientific Thought and it's Implication to Modern Man (Collier Books BS45);

FRAMKFORT, HENRI/ FRANKFORT, MRS. H.A./ WILSON, JOHN A./ JACOBSON, THORKILD “Brfore Philosophy; The Intellectual Adventure af Anciet Man” Pelican Book A 198);

FREMANTLE, ANNE “The Age of Belief; The Medieval Philosophers” Selected with Introduction and Commentary (Mentor Book MD 126);

*** “This Little Band of Prophets; The British Fabians” (Mentor Book MT266);

GALBRAITH, JOHN KENNETH “The New Industrial State” (Signet Book Y3637);

GALLIE, W.B. “Peirce and Pragmatism” Theories of the American Thinker (Pelican Book A 254);

GASSET, ORTEGA Y “The Revolt of the Masses”(Mentor Book M49);

GELLNER, ERNEST “Words and Things” Introduction by Bertrand Russell (Pelican Book A926);

GHISELIN, BREWSTER (Editor) “The Creative Process” 38 Essays (mentor Book MT717);

GURDJIEFF, G.I. “Beelzebub's Tales to his Grandson; An Objectively Impartial Critism of the Life of Man” (E.P.Dutton D 348);


*** “The Basic Ideas of Alexander Hamilton” Edited by Richard B. Morris (Pocket Library PL-33);

HAMPSHIRE, STUART “The Age of reason; The 17th Century Philosophers” Selected, with Introduction and Commentary (Mentor Book MD 158);

HANNA, THOMAS “The Thought and Art of Albert camus” (Gateway 6053);

HAWTON, HECTOR “Philosophy for Pleasure; An Adventure in Ideas” (Premier Book d75);

HERRIGEL, EUGEN “Zen in the Art of Archery” Vintage Book V-663);

HEESE, HERMANN “My Belief; Essays on Life and Art” Edited and with an Introduction by Theodore Ziolkowski (Triad Panther);


*** “Hobbes” A Critical Exposition by Richard Peters (Pelican Philosophy Series A367);

*** “Leviathan” Political Philosophy (Various);

HOFFER, ERIC “The True Believer” (Mentor Book MP434);

HOFSTADTER, RICHARD “The Age of Reform; From Bryan to F.D.R.” (Vintage Book V-95);


*** “The Holmes Reader” Selected and Edited by Julius J. Marke (Oceana's Docket Books);

HUXLEY, ALDOUS “The Doors of Perception and Heaven and Hell” (Granada);

HUXLEY, JULIAN “Knowledge, Morality, and Destiny” (Mentor Book MD 303);

HYDE, WILLIAM DE WITT “The Five Great Philosophies of Life” (Collier Books 06599);

JAMES, WILLIAM “Pragmatism and Four Essays from The Meaning of Truth” (Meridian Books M 16);


*** “The Living Thoughts of Thomas Jefferson” Presented by John Dewey (Premier Book d61);

*** “Thomas Jefferson on Democracy” Edited by Saul K. Padover (Pelican Books P13);

JOAD, C.E.M. “Guide to Modern Thought” Pan Books GP 4);


*** “Kant” Introduction to the Philosophy of One of the Greatest Thinkers of the Modern World by S. Korner (Pelican Philosophy Series A338);

KAUFMANN, WALTER “Existentialism from Dostoevsky to Sarte” (Meridian Books M 39);


*** “The Jounals of Kierhegaard 1834-1854” Edited and Translated by Alexander Dru (Fontana Books 279);

KING, MARTIN LUTHER JR. “Stride toward Freedom” (Ballantine Books U2208);

KOCKELMANS, JOSEPH J. (Editor) “Contemporary European Ethics; Selected Readings” (1972; Doubleday Anchor A830);

LANGER, SUSANNE K. “Philosophy in a New Key; A Study in the Symbolism of Reason, Rite and Art” (Mentor Book M25);


*** “The Way of Life According to Lao Tzu” Translated by Witter Bynner (Capricorn Illustrated Edition CAP 72);

*** “The Way of Life Lao Tzu; Wisdom of Ancient China” Transtated by R.B. Blakney (Mentor Book M129);

LEFF, GORDON “Medieval Thought; From Saint Augustine to Ockham” (Pelican Book A 424);

LIPPMANN, WALTER “The Public Philosophy” (Mentor Book M 174);


*** “Essay Concerning Human Understanding” Preface by Russell Kirk (Gateway Editions 6016

*** “John Locke” A Critical Introduction to The Seventeenth Century Empiricist by D.J.O'Connor (Pelican Book A 267);

*** “Two Treatises of Government” (Dent Dutton 1751);

LUCRETIUS “On the Nature of the Universe” (Penguin Classics);

MANNHEIM, KARL “Ideology and Utopia” (Harvest Book HB 3);

MARITAIN, JACQUES “A Preface to Metaphysics” (Mentor Omega Book MP 403);.


*** “Basic Writings on Politics and Philosophy” Edited by Lewis S. Feuer (Doubleday Anchor A185);

*** “An Introduction to Marxism” by Emile Burns (Little New World Paperbacks LNW-9);

*** “Manifesto of the Communist Party” (Progress Publishers);

MCLUHAN, MARSHALL “McLuhan; Pro and Con” Edited by Raymond Rosenthal (Pelican Book);

MEHTA, VED “Fly and the Fly-Bottle” Encounters with Contemporary British Philosophers and Historians (Pelican Book A 723);

MENCIUS “The Sayings of Mencius” Confucian Disciple a New Translation by James R. Ware (Mentor Book MD 307);


*** “John Stuart Mill” An Introduction to the Life and Teachings by Karl Britton (Pelican Philosophy Series A 274);

*** “On Liberty” Edited by Alburey Castell (Crofts Classics);

*** “Utilitarianism; On Liberty; Essay on Bentham” Edited with an Introduction by Mary Warnock (Meridian Books M140);

MILLS, C. WRIGHT “The Marxists” (Dell Laurel Edition LX141);


*** “The Selected Essays of Montaigne” Edited with an Introduction by Lester G. Crocker (Pocket Library PL 520);

*** “Selections from the Essays of Montaigne” Translated abd Edited by Donald M. Frame (Crofts Classics);

MOORE, THOMAS “Utopia” (Penguin Classics);

MUMFORD, LEWIS “The Transformations of Man” (Collier Books AS141X);

MUNITZ, MILTON K. “Space, Time and Creation; Philosophical Aspects of Scientific Cosmology” (Collier Books AS27);


*** “Joyful Wisdom” Introduction by Kurt F. Reinhardt (Frederick Ungar Pub. Co.);

*** “The Philosophy of Nietzsche” Edited with an Introduction by Geoffrey Clive (Mentor Book MQ657);

*** “Twilight of the Idols and The Anti-Christ” (Penguin Classics);

NOWELL-SMITH, P.H. “Ethics” A Study of the Words and Concepts we Use (Pelican Book A 293);

NUCHO, FUAD “Berdyaev's Philosophy; The Existential Paradox of Freedom and Necessity” Introduction by Richard Kroner (Doubleday Anchor A539);


*** “The Living Thoughts of Tom Paine; John Dos Passos Presents” (Premier Book R222); (Fawcett Premier Book T394);

*** “The Rights of Man” (Everyman Paperback 1718);

PASCAL, BLAISE “Pensees” Translated with an Introduction by A.J. Krailsheimer (Penguin Classics);

PASSMORE, JOHN “A Hundred Years of Philosophy” (Pelican Book);

PETERSON, HOUSTON (Editor) “Essays in Philosophy” From David Hume to Bertrand Russell (Pocket Library PL-518);


*** “Dialogues of Plato” Selected with Prefatory Notes by J.D. Kaplan (Various Publishers and Editions);

*** “Great Dialogues of Plato” Modern Translation by W.H.D. Rouse (Mentor Classic);

*** “The Last Days of Socrates” (Penguin Classics);

*** “The Republic” (Penguin Classics);

*** “The Symposium” (Penguin Classics);

*** “Timaeus” (Penguin Classics);

*** “The Wisdom and Ideas of Plato” by Eugene Freeman and David Appel (Premier Book s28);

RADHAKRISHNAN, SARVEPALLI “Selected Writings on Philosophy, Religion, and Culture” Edited by Robert A. McDermott (Dutton Paperback D268);

RAND, AYN “Anthem” (Signet; Various Printings);

*** “Atlas Shrugged” (Signet Q1702);

*** “Capitalism; The Unknown Ideal” (Signet);

*** “For the New Intellectual” (Signet);

*** “Night of January 16th” (Signet);

*** “The Romantic Manifesto” (Signet);

*** “We the Living” (Signet);

*** “Who is Ayn Rand ?” An Analysis of Ayn Rand's Works by Nathaniel Branden with a Biographical Study by Barbara Branden (Paperback Library 53-286);

REICHENBACH, HANS “The Rise of Scientific Philosophy” (University of California Press);

REPS, PAUL (Compiler) “Zen Flesh, Zen Bones” Zen and Pre-Zen Writings (Various);

RITCHIE, A.D. “Civilization, Science and Religion” (Pelican Book A 135);


*** “The Confessions of Jean-Jacques Rousseau” Translated by J.M. Cohen (Penguin Classics L 33 with Dust Jacket);

*** “The Confessions of Jean-Jacques Rousseau” Edited, Revised and Prefaced by Lester G. Crocker (Pocket Library P.L. 56);

*** “The Social Contract” Translated and Introduced by Maurice Cranston (PenguinClassics);

RUCKER, RUDY “Infinity and the Mind; The Science and Philosophy of the Infinite” (Bantam Books);

RUNES, DAGOBERT D. “A Dictionary of Thought; From My Writings and My Evenings” (Philosophical Library)

RUSSELL, BERTRAND “Bertrand Russell Speaks His Mind” (Avon G 13 Bard 13);

*** “The Conquest of Happiness” (Bantam Books Q6986);

*** “Marriage and Morals” (Unwin Books 13);

*** “Mysticism and Logic” A Collection of Essays (Pelican Books A 270);

SAMUEL, VISCOUNT HERBERT LOUIS “Belief and Action; An Everyday Philosophy” Revised Edition (Pan Books 261);

SANTAYANA, GEORGE “Character and Opinion in the United States” (Doubleday Anchor A 73);

SARTRE, JEAN-PAUL “The Psychology of Imagination” Translated by Bernard Frachtman (Washington Square Press);

SCHWEITZER, ALBERT “Out of My Life and Thought” (Mentor Book MD83);

SEELY, CHARLES S. “Modern Materialism” (Wisdom Library 64);

SHEROVER, CHARLES M. (Editor) “The Development of the Democratic Idea; Readings from Pericles to the Present” Introductions and Postscript (Mentor Book ME1303);

SHERRINGTON, SIR CHARLES “Man on His Nature” Expression of a Biologist's Philosophy (Pelican Book A 322);

SMITH, ADAM “The Wealth of Nations; An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes Book 1” (Gateway Editions 6001);

SNYDER, LOUIS L. “The Age of Reason” (Anvil Books 0006);


*** “Socrates; The Man and His Thoughts” by A.E. Taylor (Doubleday Anchor A9);

SOHL, ROBERT/ CARR, AUDREY (Editors) “The Gospel According to Zen; Beyond the Death of God” (Mentor Book MQ1001);

SOMERVILLE, JOHN/ SANTONI, RONALD E. (Editors) “Social and Political Philosophy” An Anthology of Basic Statements (Doubleday Anchor A 370);

SOROKIN, P.A. “The Crisis of Our Age” A prophetic View of the Future (Dutton Paperback D10);


*** “Spinoza” A General Introduction to the Seventeenth Century Philosopher (Pelican Philosophy Series A253);

STAPLEDON, OLAF “Philosophy and Living Volume 1” (Pelican Book A53);

*** “Philosophy and Living Volume 2” (Pelican Book A54; With Dust Jacket);

STEBBING, L. SUSAN “Philosophy and the Physicists” (Pelican Book A145);

STEVENS, WALLACE “The Necessary Angel; Essays on reality and Imagination” (Vintage Book V 278);

THAYER, H. STANDISH (Editor) “Pragmatism; The Classic Writings” With Introduction and Commentary (Mentor Book MW1006);

THOREAU, HENRY DAVID “The Best of Walden and Civil Disobedience” (Campus Classic/Scholastic TK680);

*** “The Portable Thoreau” Revised Edition; Edited by Carl Bode (Viking Portable Library P 31);

*** “Walden” With Wood-engravings by Ethelbert White (Penguin Illustrated Classics C 4);

*** “Walden, or, Life in the Woods” (Signet Book 747);

*** “Walden and Civil Disobedience” (Airmont CL 83);

*** “Walden and the Famous Essay on Civil Disobedience” (Signet Classic CD32);

*** “Walden; and Other Writings” Edited by Brooks Atkinson (Modern Library T 35);

*** “Walden and Other Writings” Edited by Joseph Wood Krutch (Bantam Books 11585-5);

Three Philosophical Voyages; Cyrano De Bergerac 'Les Etats et Empires de la Lune' and Voltaire 'Candide' and 'Micromegas' in the Original French” Introduction and Notes by Julian Eugene White, Jr. (Dell 8851);

TOYNBEE, ARNOLD J. “Greek Historical Thought” (Mentor Book M72);

TROTSKY, LEON “The Living Thoughts of Karl Marx” Foreword by Sidney Hook (Premier Book d186);

VAN OVER, RAYMOND (Editor) “Taoist Tales” (Mentor Book MJ1250);

WALKER, KENNETH “Meaning and Purpose” Analysis of Scientific Theories ot the Last Hundred Years and Their Impact on Religious Thought and Belief (Pelican Book A 211);

WARNER, REX “The Greek Philosophers” (Mentor Book MD226);

WATTS, ALAN “Does it Matter ? Essays on Man's Relation to Materiality” (Vintage Book V-665);

WATTS, ALAN W. “Nature, Man and Woman” Man's Place in the Natual World (Vintage Book V-592);


*** “The Daniel Webster Reader” Selected and Edited by Bertha Rothe (Docket Series No.5);

WHITE, MORTON “The Age of Analysis; 20th Century Philosophers” Selected with Introduction and Commentary (Mentor Book MD 142);

WHITEHEAD, ALFRED NORTH “Adventures of Ideas; A Brilliant History of Mankind's Great Thoughts” (Mentor Books MD 141);

*** “Dialogues of Alfred North Whitehead” As Recorded by Lucien Price (Mentor Book MD 180);

*** “Modes of Thought” (Capricorn Books CAP 5);

WILSON, JOHN/ WILLIAMS, NORMAN/ SUGARMANN, BARRY “Introduction to Moral Education” (Pelican BookA921);

WYLIE, PHILIP “An Essay on Morals” A Bold and Provocative Indictment of Our Modern World (Giant Cardinal Ediot GC-93);



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Please allow 7-10 DAYS for your Snail Mail LETTERS to arrive since you are sending to Canada. (MOST arrive in 7 days average); We ship Mail orders within 24 hours of Payment

(except weekends), but usually SAME DAY. [Unlike many eBay sellers & our competitors, who can take as long as 2-4 weeks to ship]; >>> [ FED-EX, UPS & other COURIER PARCELS are expensive from Canada = US$100.00 Minimum and UP Required; IF you have a FED-EX or UPS account, we can have charged billed to that account, if you provide the account number. Please triple check the account number]; >> I am a STRICT and accurate CONDITION grader; I do NOT Over-Grade or Under-Grade. I just try to grade as ACCURATELY as the current Professional Dealer market dictates. Unfortunately most sellers DO NOT know how to grade accurately especially when dealing with comic books (which has been my main specialty since 1971). >> I also pack all shipments VERY WELL , to avoid damage in transit;  SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED; RETURN anything you are NOT happy with; Superb Service for OVER 45 years; For the last 20 Years, our average RETURN RATE is Lower than One-Quarter of ONE PERCENT (most of those were CUSTOMER Errors);  

Returned items Must be Postmarked BACK in the Mail within 7 days of the day you received the parcel. Wrap well & clearly, in large letters, on outside of parcel, put Returning Goods to Sender = This is REQUIRED, to avoid Customs Hassles & Long Delays; (The ONLY exception for Returns, is CGC professionally graded comics, these are NOT returnable, as with CGC you know in advance, what you will be getting);  WE HAVE an eBay 99.99% SATISFACTION RATE, with over 5000 Positive Feedbacks on eBay;

MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 30,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 300,000 completed Orders; THANK YOU! ..... Douglas W. Sulipa