London, Oxford University Press, 1966 (reprint of the ninth impression, authorized and corrected)/ 1893.
Octavo; dark grey cloth; an excellent copy with the price-clipped dustwrapper sunned and slightly marked, creased and torn.
'Bradleys most ambitious work, Appearance and Reality: A Metaphysical Essay (1893), was, in his own words, a critical discussion of first principles, meant to stimulate inquiry and doubt. The book disappointed his followers, who expected a vindication of the truths of religion. While reality is indeed spiritual, he maintained, a detailed demonstration of the notion is beyond human capacity' ('Encyclopaedia Britannica' website).