Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 1987.
Hardcover. 9 1/4" X 6". x, 230pp. Book presents nicely in protective archival sleeve. Very mild shelf wear to covers, corners, and edges of unclipped dust jacket. Blue faux leather over boards with spine lettered in silver. Dust-spotting to top edge of text block. Stamp to front free end paper. Very occasional penciled notation to pages. Binding is sound.
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
One of the most engaging areas of interest for contemporary psychology is that of the imagination. SLow in coming to the forefront of knowledge, the subject was intimated and hesitantly advanced over the centuries by philosophers of the stature of Vico, Descarte, Kant, Nietzche, Sartre, and Heidegger. But even among this group of distinguished thinkers the question of truth-claims was seldom raised; for the most part the emphasis was placed on the imagination's contribution to methodology.(Publisher). Very good / very good. Item #7310