File 4-12 - Spinoza's "Ethics" - 2nd edition

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Spinoza's "Ethics" - 2nd edition

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  • 1898-1912 (Creation)

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In 1899, Duckword & Co. Publishers published these two books. The Spinoza's "Ethics" first edition had been published by Thomas Fisher Unwin Publishers. In 1909, White wanted to publish a new edition of the "Ethics", which Duckworth declined. However, they continued to carry the "Tractatus" until 1912. This file consists of correspondence between W.H. White and Thomas Fisher Unwin Publishers and Duckworth Publishers. It also contains a draft of the memorandum of agreement between White and Duckworth, and White's Duckworth account statements.

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