Sante Fe, New Mexico: Bennett Books, 1993.
Paperback. 9" X 6". 116pp. Mild rubbing to edges of paperback binding. Very light foxing to endpapers. Binding is tight and sound. Contents are clean and unmarked. From rear cover: "One important theme for both Gurdjieff and Ouspensky was the symbolic significance of numbers. As a mathematician, Bennett became interested in reconciling the quantitative, materialist approach to number in moder western science with the qualitative, intuitive apporach of the world's spiritual traditions." A nice copy of this collection of six lectures given by scientist, philosopher, and mathematician J. B. Bennett in 1963 at the Institute for the Comparative Study of History, Philosophy, and the Sciences in London. Very good. Item #964