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: The Open court
: Carus, Paul, 1852-1919 Open Court Publishing company, Chicago
: Religion Religion and science
: Chicago : The Open Court Pub. Co.
: Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
: CARLI: Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois
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Eros andPsyche A Fairy Tale olAncient Greece. Retold After Apu-leius. By Dr. PaulCarus. Half-tonereproductions, withornamental bor-ders, of the famousillustrations of PaulThumann. Printedfrom pica type onStrathmore deckle-edge paper, ele-gantly bound, andwith classic coverdesign by E. Bied-e rmann. One ofthe quaintest storiesof the worlds folk-lore. Pp. XV, 108.Souvenir editionwith 41 beautifulpen-and-ink draw-ings and elevenhalf-tone pla t es .Strathmore paper,gilt top. $1.50 net.(6s. net.)
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THE OPEN COURT PUBLISHING CO . 1522 Wabash Ave.. Chicago Essay on the CreativeImagination. By Prof. Th. Ribot. Translated from theFrench by A. H.N. Baron, Fel-low in Clark Universit}-. 1906.Cloth, gilt top. Pp. 357. $1.75net. (7s. 6d. net.) Imagination is not the possessiononly of the inspired few, but is a func-tion of the mind common to all men insome degree; and mankind has displayedas much imagination in practical life asin its more emotional phases—in mech-anical, military, industrial, and commer-cial.nventions, in religious, and politicalinstitutions as well as in the sculpture,painting, poetry and song. This isthe central thought in the new book ofTh. Ribot, the well-known psychologist,modestly entitled An Essay on theCreative Imagination. It is a classical exposition of a branchof psychology which has often been dis-cussed, but perhaps never before in athoroughly scientific manner. Ahhoughthe purely reproductive imagination has been studied with considerable enthusiasm fromt
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