Hopousia or the sexual and economic foundations of a new society ... With an introduction by Aldous Huxley. Preface by Y. J. Lubbock. J. D. Unwin.
Hopousia or the sexual and economic foundations of a new society ... With an introduction by Aldous Huxley. Preface by Y. J. Lubbock

Hopousia or the sexual and economic foundations of a new society ... With an introduction by Aldous Huxley. Preface by Y. J. Lubbock

New York: Oskar Piest, 1940. First American edition, 8vo, pp. 475, [3]; original full red cloth, red stained top edge; a touch of toning to spine, else fine. The English and American editions were published the same year. Published posthumously from an incomplete manuscript. Hopousia is a sequel of sorts to his Sex and Culture (1934), which proposed a causation between the strictness of sexual mores and the success of civilizations. With an introduction by Aldous Huxley, who considered Sex and Culture to be "a work of the highest importance." Item #58332

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