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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1931. First Edition, First Printing. The author contends that in their insistence upon absolute values, the “new humanists” have more in common with the severities of Calvinism than with the humanist movement of the Renaissance and represent the last stand of the “genteel tradition” in America. Concludes that truth and morality do not require a supernatural sanction. Hardcover with dust jacket. 74 pages.

8vo., 74 pp., VG/VG; dust jacket green with blue text; shelfwear to edges of dust jacket, e.g., rubbing to hinges of spine, two small tears to bottom edge of back cover of dust jacket and to bottom edge of back flap, slight age-toning to spine; dust jacket protected by mylar; hardcover, maroon cloth-covered spine and boards with gilt lettering; bumping to tail of spine; cocking to spine; age-toning to top and bottom edge of text-block; beckled fore-edge to text-block; age-toning and spotting throughout interior, particularly to endpapers; stamp to recto of back free endpaper; shelved Philosophy.

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