Renouard, . Quartrieme Edition Some rubbing to extremities but an attractive set, complete with the half titles. Notes in a neat contemporary hand penned on front blank of vol. Earlier editions 1st is issued under the title of Dictionaire Anti-Philosophique. Paris: Chez Dunod, Octobre Library bookplate, trace of pocket on rear endpaper, else text fine and unmarked. Paris A section of sheets creased at lower corner, text generally very good, tight and clean. Scarce early edition, apparently the fifth after the rare first edition of which was issued as part of an abortive edition of C.
The present work, together with another posthumously published , La Langue des Calculs see below , was the work of Condillac which exerted the greatest influence upon the succeeding generation of scientists see DSB. NUC records a single copy Indiana of this edition, along with the edition Yale only , a spurious?
Oeuvres de La Langue des Calculs. Paris: Ch. Houel, Early 19th c. Half title neatly pasted to preceding blank, otherwise very good. Probable first edition of this important, posthumous work: there is also a very scarce separate printing 2 vols. Someone has apparently pasted down the half title here in a misguided attempt to disguise the fact that this volume was issued as the final one Vol. The plates, comprising mostly geometrical figures, do not appear to be related to the text: there is no plate list and no reference to plates in the text has been found.
Paris: Moreau, A fine copy, mostly unopened. With a brief ms. BMC records only an edition. Touchant la Connaissance des Bestes Paris: Simon Bernard, The author was an important Aristotelian critic of Cartesianism. While the book contributed nothing new to the positive aspect of the Peripatetic doctrine, it was a powerful instrument in deriding and breaking down the hypothesis of the beast-machine. Pierre Bayle went so far as to term Gabriel Daniel 'the author who has best refuted Mr. Des Cartes on the soul of beasts. Tome I [-IV]. Paris: Alexis Emery [ et al.
Small 8vo. French half calf and marbled boards, spines gilt. Some minor rubbing and shelfwear, still an attractive set. Complete in itself, covering the period from the Pre-Socratics through Scholastic Philosophy; four further volumes, treating Modern Philosophy, were issued in Bruxelles: F. Hayez, Some spotty foxing otherwise text uncut and unopened. Offprint from the Memoires of L'Academie royale de Belgique Perhaps the most important thing that came out of [Delboeuf's work in psychophysics] was the new conception of the sense-distance, a conception that disposed of the objection to Fechner's measurement of sensation Delboeuf's notion of sense-distance contraste sensible is basic to all measurement of sensation.
Delboeuf met and corresponded with William James and is cited by Perry as a principal source of ideas for James' psychological work. Passiones Animae. Gallico ab ipso conscripta, nunc autem in extrorum gratian Latina civitate donate, Ab H. Amsterdam: Elizeum Weyerstraeten, Small 4to. Old panelled sheep, very worn, covers detached. Text lightly browned. With owner's signature and 19th c.
Guibert 15, giving the collation incorrectly as: 10, 63, 5 pp. G-M 1st ed. This is the fifth or sixth Latin edition. Bound with what appears to be the 4th edition of Descartes Opera Amsterdam: Elziver, ; Guibert pp. Comprises: Principia Philosophiae. Some prelims and other matter are misbound but text apparently complete, the correct pagination being: , ; , pp.
Some light browning, very slight worming to corner of early leaves, tear in title of Principia rather crudely repaired. The Philosophical Works Rendered Into English by Elizabeth S. Haldane and G. Cambridge: At the University Press, . Index in each volume.
I a bit "duller" but an excellent set, near fine. Premier [-Seconde] Partie.
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Paris: Daniel Horthemels, Thick, small 4to. Old half calf and marbled boards worn at corners. Some light browning, clean tear at pp. With two leaves of early ms. A serviceable copy, flaws notwithstanding. Sebba "Condescendingly treated by certain modern critics, the work remains the fountainhead of D.
Preserves much contemporary sources and information since lost. Paris: Auguste Durand, Later half cloth and marbled boards, preserving the orig. Shelf number stamped on verso of title and in margin of one leaf, otherwise unmarked. Some light soiling and foxing, but very good overall. A significant work, based on the correspondence between Descartes and Princess Elizabeth, believed lost, but unearthed by Foucher de Careil.
A full account of this "deeply interesting" correspondence, which lasted from until Descartes' death in , can be found in Haldane, Descartes: His Life and Times , Chapter IX. Descartes dedicated the Principles to Princess Elizabeth.
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In Four Parts. Of the Principles of Humane Knowledge. Of the Principles of Material Things. Of the Principles of the Earth. Done by a Gentleman. London: Printed by J. Binding rubbed with some wear to corners. Front blank removed, prelims and rear endpapers a bit browned and foxed and with some light, marginal stains, neat marginal notes in pencil in an old hand on a number of leaves. Wing H Desirable, despite the defects, as one of the earliest English-language monographs on Descartes.
Rene Descartes: His Life and Meditations. London: Frederic Norgate, This would appear to be the fourth translation of Meditations into English, preceded by those of Molyneux and Veitch and Walker both The translation occupies pp. Studies in the Cartesian Philosophy. Scarce first book by the author of classic commentaries on Descartes, Hume and Kant. De la Liberte et des Lois de la Nature. Discussion des Theories Pantheistes et Positivistes sur la Volunte. These Presentee a la Faculte des Lettres de Paris. Paris: Ernest Thorin, Dark stain in upper and lower margin throughout with negligible effect on text.
Par Mr. Londres: Jean Nourse, Very good. There are also 3 vols and 4 vols eds. Rameau's Nephew and Other Works Translated Wilfrid Jackson with an Introduction by Compton Mackenzie. One of 1, numbered copies printed at the Curwen Press. Torrey, in EP. Au pays libre, pour le bien public, Together, 2 vols in 1.
Moderate shelfwear, paper label affixed to foot of spine. Tight, internally clean, an attractive copy. Collector's bookplate. It is one of Diderot's most important philosophical works, being "both a plea for strict adherence to the scientific method and an exposition of the results of that method, including definite evidence in support of evolutionary transformations. While one scholar [Jean Luc] has compared it to Descartes' seminal Discourse on Method , Wilson Diderot: The Testing Years says a more accurate comparison is with Bacon's Novum Organum : "Both in structure and in approach Diderot modeled his book on Bacon, whom he had been carefully studying for ten years Diderot was consciously making himself a transmitter of the form and content of the Baconian philosophy of science.
The second title, sometimes attributed to La Mettrie, is Stoddard no Elie Luzac, the publisher of La Mettrie's highly controversail L'Homme Machine here defends, on general grounds, its publication. The Essai "was a crisp and well-reasoned work, which contended Diderot's Early Philosophical Works. Translated and Edited by Margaret Jourdain.
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Jeunesse de Diderot de a Traduite de L'Italien par J. Skira . A nice copy, unopened. Tome Premier [-Troisieme]. Amsterdam: J. Schneider, A few signatures browned, but generally crisp internally and a handsome set overall. Nicely made French edition of Diogenes' Lives , titles printed in red and black with engraved vignettes and with decorative head- and tail-pieces throughout.
The first Schneider edition was Des Methods dan les Sciences de Raisonment. Paris: Gauthier-Villars, Binding a bit rubbed and scuffed. Tight, text clean. From the library of American mathematical economist Henry L. Moore not signed , with a number of neat penciled marginal notes in his hand. A total of 5 parts of the present work were issued between and Le Parole Interieure. Essai de Psychologie Descriptive. Paris: Garner, Balliere et Cie, Small shelf label at foot of spine. Portion of spine missing, internally tight and clean.
Nicely printed French edition of Epictetus' Enchiridon with a lengthy preliminary essay by M.
Complete in itself;? Paris: Gabon, . Altogether, of the first volumes, plus the index volume to Series I. Some fldg. A fine and handsome run. Louis, H. Lombard, Lagneau, Jacques Bertillon, and others. There are scores of substantial papers on various aspects of forensic medicine and chemistry by Orfila, J. Chevallier, Tardieu, Brouardel, Charles Robin, and others. Later volumes include three seminal papers by Pasteur on rabies, part of a series of papers which laid the foundation for the modern study of immunology.
A full description is available on request. Par M. Amsterdam: R. Wetstein, and G. Smith, Spine ends partly perished. Text crisp, fore- and bottom margins uncut. A fairly attractive copy. An early printing, complete in itself issued separately in Paris, , here apparently comprising vol. III of a larger work. Avignon: Seguin et fils, Some wear to edges and corners, old stamps on titles.
Internally quite crisp and a very good set. SOLD A major work by an eminent physician best known for works on medical jurisprudence, public health and "idiocy" see G-M. The present work, dedicated to Fourcroy, contains lengthy section on psychology III: Paris: Levy Freres, Paris: Hachette et Cie. Spines and corners very worn, but hinges still intact.
Faint browning on two title-pages otherwise internally clean and quite crisp. With the original front printed wrap to volume I bound in, bearing a signed presentation inscription from the author. Small wear to tips and ends. Par Le Baron de Grimm et par Diderot. Spines very worn and abraded, most covers detached. Text excellent throughout. Three parts in 16 volumes, plus the scarce Supplement.
XVII, A complete set of one of the most important primary sources on the French Enlightenment. Raynal's letters, Nouvelle Litteraires , ceased early in With the aid of friends, especially Diderot and Mme. Grimm himself carried on the correspondence, which consisted of two letters a month The correspondence It embraces nearly the whole period from to , but the later volumes, to , were chiefly the work of his secretary, Jakob Heinrich Meister. At first he contented himself with enumerating the chief current views in literature and art His notices of contemporaries are sometimes severe, and he exhibits the foibles and selfishness of the society in which he moved, but he was unbiased in his literary judgments, and time has only served to confirms his criticisms.
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Tome Premier [-Second]. Paris: Pagnerre, One of the earliest "modern" monographs on the subject. La Logique de Hegel. Paris: Germer Balliere et Cie, Tall 8vo. Melanges Philosophiques. Paris: Librairie Philosophiques de Ladrange. Later plain wraps, somewhat chipped and worn, with the text portion of original printed wraps mounted. Light, spotty foxing throughout, text cracked at page Steinhauer Vera was very influential in the spread of Hegelianism in France and Italy.
A Posthumous Work Translated from the French, with Additional Notes, by W. Hooper, M. London: Printed for B. Robinson, Library bookplate, stamps on front blanks, text unmarked. Some light browning and foxing, but text very good, with good margins, complete with the half title in each volume. This work, first published in , reaffirmed the extreme materialism and utilitarianism of Helvetius' earlier, more famous De L'Espirit.
His works were widely criticized in France, even by his fellow philosophes , but they were widely influential. His psychology was sensationalist in the sense of Locke and Condillac rather than La Mettrie, emphasizing the importance of education and social influences on the development of mind. Helvetius was almost alone among the philosophes is his skepticism of the idea of the innate goodness of human nature.
Le Bonheur, Poeme, en Six Chants. Avec Fragments de quelques Epitres. Londres [i. Paris] Text fine, complete with the half title. With the signature of one Dumont translator of Bentham? This posthumously published poem "extolled the extreme pleasures of the intellectual life. The lengthy Preface is an account of Helvetius' life and works by C. De Saint-Lambert Londres Attractive cont. Library bookplate in each volume with perforation stamp on each title, otherwise text very good.
Second collected edition of H. Amsterdam: Marc Michel Reyl] La Haye] Together, 3 vols in 2. Extremities rubbed and a bit worn with several corners showing, still a fairly attractive set, internally fresh.
Kress PMM Tchemerzine III, this issue. It was suppressed by judicial decree, and among the flood of refutations were those of Voltaire The soul, or spiritual substance, is an illusion; the moral and intellectual attributes of man are simply his organic machine considered in certain of its special, less visible operations.
Histoire de la Philosophie. Les Problems et les Ecoles. Paris: Delagrave, Thick 8vo. Short tear in title without loss. Paris: Paullin, Mai Some light damp-marking along gutter margin of endpapers, otherwise a lovely copy, fore and bottom margins uncut. Paris: Chez Leclerc, Wear to corners and spine ends, but a solid, clean copy. With separate title-page and pagination for the Reflexions. Essai Critique sur L'Esthetic de Kant.
Paris: Felix Alcan, Some wear to extremities, hinges tender, endpapers browned. La Philosophie de Kant. Paris: J. Vrin, Private ownership stamp on title. Posthumously published, edited by E. La Philosophie Practique de Kant.
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Sheets rather browned, as usual, otherwise very good. Paris: Chez Abel Ledoux, Some foxing and light soiling, but very good overall, uncut. Signature of author certifying copy on verso of title. Amsterdam Maritain's works in the many other languages into which his writings have been rendered. A small number of his works which originally appeared in Spanish are included in the bibliography. The second part of the bibliography lists articles and other works about M. Maritain for the same period.
The arrangement of this part of the bibliography is alphabetical according to the names of the authors. This part of the bibliography also includes only with a few exceptions articles in French and English. Book reviews written by M. Maritain and reviews of his books by others are not included in either section of the bibliography. Likewise, newspaper reports of addresses by M. Maritain are not included in the bibliography nor are statements which he signed as a member of a committee or as one of a group of signers.
Every reasonable effort was taken to make both sections of the bibliography complete and accurate. Nearly all of the books and nearly all of the articles listed were examined personally by the compiler. In some cases it was not possible, at this time, to secure a copy for examination. However, in spite of this effort, it is likely-because of the many difficulties in completing a bibliography such as this one-that there are omissions and errors in this Maritain bibliography. Readers who discover omissions or errors are requested to send a notation of the missing items or the mistakes to the compiler of the bibliography.
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Revue de Philosophie. La premiere des quatre conferences donnees sous ce titre en avrilmai , , a l'Institut Catholique de Paris. Paris: Riviere, See item 74, below. In Antimoderne, See item 22, below, pp.