Philosophy is the journal of the Royal Institute of Philosophy, which was founded in 1926 to build bridges between specialist philosophers and a wider educated public. The journal aimed to fulfil a dual role: as one of the leading academic journals of philosophy, but also to serve the philosophical interests of specialists in other fields (law, language, literature and the arts, medicine, politics, religion, science, education, psychology, history) and those of the general reader.
The 4 journals here were published in 1930:
Vol V. No 17. January 1930 - 156 pages. On pages 46, 48 and 49 there is some, minimal, underlining and margin notes in red ink.
Vol V. No 18. April 1930 - 328 pages.
Vol V. No 19. July 1930 - 500 pages. Small stain to the front cover.
Vol V. No 20. October 1930 - 658 pages. The half-title, full-title and detailed contents pages are loose within the journal.
Aside from the specific issues stated above, the covers and spines have some shelf wear, rubbing and tanning. Internally, the pages are clean and the binding is tight.