I am looking for the name of a series of philosophy books each volume of which introduced and summarized the work a well-known philosopher or other literary figure. I believe the series was published some time between the 60s through the 80s and is now out of print. The series featured covers which combined to form a larger design, similar to this in concept but more abstract in execution.


You may have in mind the Fontana 'Modern Masters' series in which Magee wrote on Popper, Wollheim on Freud, Pears on Wittgenstein ...

For example: https://www.abebooks.co.uk/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=30313067584&searchurl=pn%3Dfontana%26bi%3D0%26ds%3D30%26bx%3Doff%26sortby%3D17%26kn%3Dmodern%2Bmasters%26recentlyadded%3Dall&cm_sp=snippet--srp1--title6

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