Catalog Record: A new era of thought | Hathi Trust Digital Library


A new era of thought. By Charles Howard Hinton ...

Main Author: Hinton, Charles Howard, 1853-1907.
Related Names: Falk, H. John. , Stott, Alicia Boole.
Language(s): English
Published: London, S. Sonnenschein & co., 1888.
Subjects: Fourth dimension.
Note: "The MSS. which formed the basis of this book were committed to us by the author ... It was his wish that we should construct upon them a much more complete treatise than we have effected ... Part I [has been printed] almost exactly as it came from his hands ... Part II has been written from a hurried sketch ... Chapter XI of this part [and Appendix E have] been entirely re-written by us ... Appendix H, and all the exercises have ... been written solely by us." From the Preface signed: Alicia Boole, H. John Falk.
Physical Description: xvi, 216 p. 31 pl., diagrs. 19 cm.
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