Meditations on Hunting
This is the classic treatise on hunting, written by Spain's leading philosopher of the 20th century. Reprinted with permission from Scribner, this edition features handsome new illustrations. The author explains the reason why humans hunt, as well as the ethics of hunting.
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Hunting as Diversion
Hunting and Happiness
Polybius and Scipio AEmilianus
The Essence of Hunting
The Scarcity of Game
Suddenly We Hear the Sound of Barking
The Ethics of Hunting
Hunting and Reason
Vacations from the Human Condition
The Hunterthe Alert Man
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