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ESSAYS:

MORAL, POLITICAL AND ÆSTHETIC.

BY

HERBERT SPENCER.

AUTHOR OF

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"ILLUSTRATIONS OF UNIVERSAL PROGRESS, 46 FIRST PRINCIPLES OF PHILOSOPHY
“EDUCATION,"

19 66
BOCIAL STATICS,"

," “ ELEMENTS OF BIOLOGY," “. ELEMENTS
OF PSYCHOLOGY,

," “ CLASSIFICATION OF THE SCIENCES,"

ETC., ETC., ETC.

NEW AND ENLARGED EDITION.

NEW YORK :
D. APPLETON AND COMPANY,

443 & 445 BROADWAY.

1868.

..

U. CA

B 1653 E41 | 1868

9505

WORKS BY HERBERT SPENCER.

PUBLISHED BY D. APPLETON & CO.

Miscellaneous Writings.
EDUCATION-INTELLECTUAL, MORAL, AND PHYSICAL.

1 vol., 12mo. 283 pages. Cloth.
ILLUSTRATIONS OF UNIVERSAL PROGRESS. 1 vol., large

12mo. 470 pages. Cloth.
ESSAYS-MORAL, POLITICAL, AND ÆSTHETIC. 1 vol.,

large 12mo. 418 pages.
SOCIAL STATICS; or, the Conditions Essential to Human Happi-

ness Specified, and the first of them Developed. 1 vol., large 12mo. * 623

pages.
THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE SCIENCES : to which is added

Reasons for Dissenting from the Philosophy of M, Comte. A pamphlet of
50 pages. Fine paper.

System of Philosophy.
FIRST PRINCIPLES, IN Two Parts—I. The Unknowable; II.

Laws of the Knowable. 1 vol., large 12mo. 508 pages. Cloth.
PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY. Vol. I. large 12mo. 475 pages.

Vol. II. large 12mo. 566 pages.

Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1864,

By D. APPLETON & CO.,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the

Southern District of New York,

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THE miscellaneous writings of Herbert Spencer, originally published in various English periodicals, were collected by the Author and reissued in London in two volumes, under the title of “ Essays Scientific, Political, and Speculative," first and second series—the former appearing in 1857, and the latter in 1863. Neither of these volumes has been printed in this country, though a small edition of the second series was imported in sheets, bound and sold in a few weeks. The increasing demand for these works on this side of the Atlantic, and the impracticability of obtaining them from England, owing to the high rate of exchange, made it desirable to republish them here. Accordingly, a portion of the Essays, selected from both series, were recently reissued under the title of " Illustrations of Universal Progress." This collection embraced the more strictly scientific articles, and those which bore most directly upon the gen

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