The Stereograph and the Stereoscope: With Special Maps and Books Forming a Travel System - What They Mean for Individual development, What They Promise for the Spread of Civilization

By: Osborne, Albert E.

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288 pages including index. Illustrated with line drawings. Chapters include: Introductory; Different Ends for Which Pictures Have Been Used; The Different Kinds of Pictures; Stereographs and the Stereoscope; Experiences of Travel with Stereographs; The Importance of Environment; The Limitations of Language; The Wide Environment The Stereograph Travel System Gives. Part II includes the following chapters: What are the Necessities of Life; Life is the Purpose of Our Existence; What is the Life We Are Here to Develop?; Happiness vs. Pleasure; The Different Needs of Our Life; The Fundamental Conditions for the Development of the Intellect; The Fundamental Conditions for the Development of the Aesthetic Nature; Fundamental Conditions for the Development of the Moral Nature; Fundamental Conditions for the Development of the Religious Life; Summary and Conclusion. Small dab of liquid paper upon front endpaper. Minimal markings to text. Some pencil markings have been erased. Lettering worn from spine. Above average wear to boards. Hinges intact. Minor lean to spine. Average soiling. Moderate yellowing to contents.

Title: The Stereograph and the Stereoscope: With Special Maps and Books Forming a Travel System - What They Mean for Individual development, What They Promise for the Spread of Civilization

Author Name: Osborne, Albert E.

Categories: Science & Technology,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Underwood & Underwood: 1909

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 35608896

Keywords: The Stereograph and the Stereoscope: With Special Maps and Books Forming a Travel System - What They Mean for Individual development, What They Promise for the Spread of Civilization 288 pages including index. Illustrated with line drawings. Chapters include: Introductory; Different Ends for Which Pictures Have Been Used; The Different Kinds of Pictures; Stereographs and the Stereoscope; Experiences of Travel with Stereographs; The Importance of Environment; The Limitations of Language; The Wide Environment The Stereograph Travel System Gives. Part II includes the following chapters: What are the Necessities of Life; Life is the Purpose of Our Existence; What is the Life We Are Here to Develop?; Happiness vs. Pleasure; The Different Needs of Our Life; The Fundamental Conditions for the Development of the Intellect; The Fundamental Conditions for the Development of the Aesthetic Nature; Fundamental Conditions for the Development of the Moral Nature; Fundamental Conditions for the Development of the Religious Life; Summary and Conclusion. Small dab of liquid paper upon front endpaper. Minimal markings to text. Some pencil markings have been erased. Lettering worn from spine. Above average wear to boards. Hinges intact. Minor lean to spine. Average soiling. Moderate yellowing to contents.,