The Moral and Intellectual Diversity of Races

The Moral and Intellectual Diversity of Races

(Lippincott, Phila, PA, 1856),

by Count Joseph Arthur de Gobineau,

with Addendum by Dr. Josiah C. Nott, M.D. (famous for his medical research)

and Analytical Introduction and scientific notes by Henry Hotze;

Nott interjects his thoughts refuting on both scientific and Biblical grounds Gobineau's notion that all races descend from Adam (pages 461-512);

Gobineau mistakenly believed all came from Adam, but he clearly did not believe they were equal. 

Gobineau's work was later retitled, "The Inequality of the Human Races" in 1915 when reprinted by various publishers, G. P. Putnam's Sons; William Heinemann; Thurland & Thurland. 

This edition is reprinted from the 1856 edition.

512pp.; with addendum / appendix by R.A.Balaicius and brief biographies and a photo of Gobineau, Nott, and Hotze,

584pp. total;

the original text was a little small, so the text was enlarged 13% 

paperback, 28.00 + P&H.

ISBN 1-58840-533-8