London: C.W. Daniel Co., 1927. First Thus. Best-known work by Isbyam (1887-1949), a British civil engineer and philosopher. The work is said to touch "on themes, particularly Relativity, that were not explored until the 1980s and 1990s" (see finding aid to Western's papers at IISH). Western was chairman of the London Branch of the Association of Scientific Workers and a prominent Labour Party figure; he committed suicide in 1949. Octavo. Green buckram (hardcover); dustjacket; xv, 494pp. Half-title toned, perhaps from a laid-in clipping; scattered foxing to foredge of text block , else a tght, near fine copy in attractive, VG or better dustwrapper. Collects three previously published works: The Ego and Physical Force (1925); The Ego and Spiritual Truth (1926); and The Self-Seeker and His Search (1926).