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Referência : 88210

‎BUTLER (Charles)‎

‎HORAE BIBLICAE OU RECHERCHES LITTERAIRES SUR LA BIBLE. Son texte original, ses éditions et ses traductions les plus anciennes et les plus curieuses -- PREMIERE EDITION FRANCAISE (1810)‎

‎P., Garnery & Leblanc, 1810, un volume in 8 relié en demi-chagrin marron, dos orné de fers dorés (reliure de la deuxième moitié du XIXe siècle), (3), 310pp.‎

‎---- EDITION ORIGINALE ---- BON EXEMPLAIRE‎

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‎FOGAZZARO (Antonio)‎

‎Les ascensions humaines. EVOLUTIONNISME et CATHOLICISME -- Traduit par Robert LEGER‎

‎P., Perrin, 1901, un volume in 8 relié en demi-chagrin bleu marine, dos orné de filets dorés (reliure de l'époque), 32pp., 219pp., (1)‎

‎EDITION ORIGINALE ---- BEL EXEMPLAIRE ---- Sur une récente comparaison des théories de S. Augustin et de DARWIN au sujet de la création - Pour la beauté d'une idée - L'origine de l'homme et le sentiment religieux‎

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‎LEA (Henry Charles)‎

‎Materials toward a HISTORY OF WITCHCRAFT collected by Henry Charles Lea, arranged and edited by Arthur C. HOWLAND with an introduction by George Lincoln BURR -- EDITION ORIGINALE -- 3 VOLUMES (COMPLETE SET) -- EXEMPLAIRE DE HENRY CHARLES LEA (HENRY CHARLES LEA 's COPY) avec son ex-libris contrecollé au verso du premier plat de couverture du tome 1 -- BEL EXEMPLAIRE‎

‎Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1939, 3 VOLUMES in 8 reliés en pleine toile éditeur, T.1 : 43pp., 1pp., 434pp., T.2 : (1), pp. 435/1038, T.3 : (1), pp. 1039/1548‎

‎---- EDITION ORIGINALE ---- EXEMPLAIRE DE HENRY CHARLES LEA (HENRY CHARLES LEA's COPY) avec son ex-libris contrecollé au verso du premier plat de couverture du tome 1 ---- BEL EXEMPLAIRE ---- The powers of Evil - Satan - Hebrew Demonology - Magic and sorcery (the Christian inheritance, early christian belief in sorcery, lter medieval beliefs, penalties for corcery) - Popular beliefs accepted by churchmen - How the witch theory developed (assimilation of sorcery to heresy, pact with Satan, heretical conventicles and the Sabbat, growing emphasis on the heretical element in sorcery, papal bulls dealing with sorcery) - Witch trials to the middle of the sixteenth century - Treatises on witchcraft to 1550 - Views of the protestant reformers - Mysticism and witchcraft - The delusio at its height - Writers South of the Alps - Writers North of the Alps - Witchcraft as viewed by the secular law - The german jurists - Notes on procedure - Notes on the crimes of witches - Witchcraft literature of the roman inquisition - Demoniacal possession - Exorcists and exorcisms - Witchcraft by regions (Span and Portugal, Italy, Cental Europe, Netherlands, North German lands, Lands to the East and North, Hungary, Transylvania, Poland, Boehmia, Sweden, France, England, Scotland) - The decline of witchcraft - Witchcraft and the philosophers - Witchcraft and the moral theologians - Skeptics and believers - Witchcraft and disease - Survivalls into later times‎

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‎LEVI (Sylvain)‎

‎L'INDE et le monde ---- EDITION ORIGINALE -- PRECIEUX EXEMPLAIRE NUMEROTE ET DEDICACE par Sylvain LEVI A SON EDITEUR, Edouard CHAMPION ET CONTENANT EN OUTRE 6 LETTRES DE Sylvain LEVI A CE DERNIER reliées en tête de l'ouvrage -- TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE‎

‎P., Honoré Champion, 1926, un volume petit in 4 relié en DEMI-MAROQUIN ROUGE A COINS SIGNEE CANAPE, couvertures imprimées conservées, non rogné (reliure de l'époque), (2), 175pp.‎

‎---- EDITION ORIGNALE ---- PRECIEUX EXEMPLAIRE NUMEROTE ET DEDICACE PAR Sylvain LEVI A SON EDITEUR, Honoré CHAMPION ainsi libellé "A mon cher ami Edouard Champion. En témoignage des vieux (?) qui m'attendent à sa maison. Je dédie ce livre qui lui dit tant. signé Sylvain LEVI - 27 Mars 1926". Cet exemplaire contient en outre 6 LETTRES reliées en tête de l'ouvrage de Sylvain LEVI à Edouard CHAMPION ---- TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE ---- Sylvain LEVI (1863-1935), linguiste, indologue, fut professeur au Collège de France de 1894 à 1935‎

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‎PALEY (William)‎

‎A view of the evidences of christianity in three parts. Part I : of the direct historical evidence of christianity and wherein it is distinguished from the evidence alleged for other miracles. Part II : Of the auxiliary evidences of christianity. Part III : A brief consideration of some popular objections -- LONDON, 1811 -- 2 VOLUMES -- COMPLETE SET‎

‎London, Faulder, 1811, 2 VOLUMES in - reliés en pleine basane marbrée, dos orné de fers et filets dorés (reliure de l'époque), T.1 : 12pp., 362pp., T.2 : 7pp., 396pp.‎

‎---- BON EXEMPLAIRE ---- Ex- LIBRIS James Robert DALTON contrecollé au verso des premiers plats de couvertureS ---- "PALEY's significance in the history of science is twofold. His writings on natural theology clearly reveal the changed framework of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries as opposed to the late seventeenth century. The purely physical universe no longer could suffice to furnish proof for God's existence, but emphasis had turned to biological evidence to show the beneficence of the deity's workings... As an undergraduate at Cambridge, Charles DARWIN read much of PALEY's writings : "The logic of this book and of his Natural theology gave me as much delight as did Euclid. The careful study of these works, without attempting to learn any part by rote, was the only part of the academical course which, as I then feld and as I still believe, was of the least use to me in the education of my mind... I was charmed and convinced by the long line of argumentation (Charles Darwin's autobiography)...". (DSB X pp. 277/280)‎

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‎PALEY (William)‎

‎Natural theology ; or, evidences of existence and attributes of the deity collected from the appearances of nature‎

‎London, Faulder and son, 1807, un volume in 8 relié en plein veau glacé, dos orné de fers dorés, filets dorés sur les plats, tranches jaspées, 11pp., 595pp.‎

‎BEL EXEMPLAIRE ---- "Paley's significance in the history of science is twofold. His writings on natural theology clearly reveal the changed framework of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries as opposed to the late seventeenth century. The purely physical universe no longer could suffice to furnish proof for God's existence, but emphasis had turned to biological evidence to show the beneficence of the deity's workings... As an undergraduate at Cambridge, Charles Darwin read much of Paley's writings : "The logic of this book and of his Natural theology gave me as much delight as did Euclid. The careful study of these works, without attempting to learn any part by rote, was the only part of the academical course which, as I then feld and as I still believe, was of the least use to me in the education of my mind... I was charmed and convinced by the long line of argumentation (Charles Darwin's autobiography)...". (DSB X pp. 277/280)‎

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