Ends and Means — An Enquiry into the Nature of Ideals and into the Methods Employed for their Realisation - Aldous HuxleyChatto & Windus, 1969, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good — in Very Good Dust Wrapper. Price Clipped. Gently faded at the spine of the dust wrapper with a small nick to the head of the lower panel. Very slight bow to both boards. A nice copy overall.
First in this, Collected Works of Huxley, edition. From the cover: “For some thirty centuries there has existed a general agreement about the ideal goal of human effort. In the Golden Age to which mankind looks forward there will be liberty, peace, justice and brotherly love. But instead of advancing towards this ideal goal the peoples of the world have tended to move away from it in this century. Real progress is progress in charity, and the modern world for all its technological progress has regressed in respect of charity. How can this regression be halted and reversed?
Size: 8" x 5¼"
Number of Pages: 335
Cover Art By: John Woodcock
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