Berkeley: University of California Press, 1975. First Edition. Octavo. Item #025410
453 pages includes major articles on Galileo; Medieval Logic and Nominalism with an important study of William of Ockham. This book has scholar Neal Gilbert's name penned on front endpaper. Gilbert was known for his work on Renaissance Concepts of Method and his many articles on the Renaissance. The work also includes William f Auvergne's "De anima" which is essential in a study of his work. Bound in black cloth, spine lettering gilt. Near fine in a good dust jacket with wear to corners and some light chipping to spine ends, rubbed along the edges, some light soiling, short tear to upper corner.