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‎Leibniz G-W.‎

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‎Opuscula philosophica selecta ‎

‎ Boivin & Cie, 1939, in-8, texte revu par Paul Schrecker, bon état‎


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‎LEIBNIZ G.W.‎

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(1939)

‎OPUSCULA PHILOSOPHICA SELECTA - TEXTE LATIN‎

‎BOIVIN. 1939. In-12. Broché. Bon état, Coins frottés, Dos abîmé, Intérieur frais. 140 pages - quelques annotations au crayon à papier en marges dans le texte -. . . . Classification Dewey : 470-Langues italiques. Latin‎


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‎LEIBNIZ G. W. ‎

Reference : 74972

(1939)

‎Opuscula philosophica selecta. Texte latin.‎

‎Couverture souple. Broché. 144 pages. Couverture légèrement défraîchie. Dos jauni. Inscriptions au stylo en marge sur plusieurs pages.‎


‎Livre. Texte revu par Paul Schrecker. Editions Boivin et Cie (Collection : Bibliothèque de philosophie), 1939.‎

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‎LEIBNIZ G. W.‎

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(1965)

‎OPUSCULES PHILOSOPHIQUES CHOISIS‎

‎Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin. 1965. In-8. Broché. Etat d'usage, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur bon état. 154 pages. Traces de scotch en pages de garde. Nombreuses annotations dans les marges du texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎


‎Bibliothèque des textes philosophiques, dir. H. Gouhier. Trad. du latin par Paul Schrecker. Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎

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‎LEIBNIZ G.-W.‎

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‎OPUSCULES PHILOSOPHIQUES CHOISIS.‎

‎Paris, Librairie philosophique J. Vrin, 1962. In-8, broché.‎


‎Traduits du latin par Paul Schrecker. [7298]‎

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‎Leibniz G. W. .‎

Reference : 9076

‎Opuscules philosophiques choisis‎

‎. Hatier-Boivin Paris, 1954, in-8 br., coll. Bibliothèque de Philosophie. Traduits du latin par Paul Schrecker. 154pp.-table. Rares annotations au bic. Traces de scotch en bas du dos. Bon état.‎


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‎LEIBNIZ G W‎

Reference : M162354

(1962)

‎OPUSCULES PHILOSOPHIQUES CHOISIS.‎

‎ 1962 Vrin Couverture souple Paris 1962 In-8 broché, 154 pp . Quelques surlignages. . ‎


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‎LEIBNIZ G.W.‎

Reference : 46492

‎Opuscules Philosophiques Choisis‎

‎Vrin.1978.In-8,couv.souple.154 p.‎


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‎Leibniz G.w‎

Reference : 224776

(1954)

‎Opuscules philosophiques choisis‎

‎Hatier-boivin 1954 155 pages in8. 1954. Broché. 155 pages.‎


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‎Leibniz G.W.‎

Reference : fj693

(1962)

‎Opuscules philosophiques choisis (2 volumes)‎

‎Librairie philosophique Vrin Bibliothèque des textes philosophiques Broché 1962 Deux volumes in-12 (14x22.5 cm), brochés, 154-148 pages, un volume du texte en latin revu par Paul Schrecker, un volume traduit du latin par Paul Schrecker ; pliures aux dos jaunis, coiffes, mors et coupes frottés, une petite pliure au premier plat du volume I, taches d'encre sur les tranches du volume I, exemplaires annotés, assez bon état. Livraison a domicile (La Poste) ou en Mondial Relay sur simple demande.‎


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‎LEIBNIZ G.W.‎

Reference : R320058604

(1962)

‎"OPUSCULES PHILOSOPHIQUES CHOISIS / BIBLIOTHEQUE DES TEXTES PHILOSOPHIQUES""."‎

‎LIBRAIRIE PHILOSOPHIQUE J. VRIN. 1962. In-8. Broché. Etat d'usage, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 154 pages - 1 petite etiquette collée en coiffe en tete -. . . . Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎


‎TRADUITS DU LATIN PAR PAUL SCHRECKER / COLLECTION DIRIGEE PAR HENRI GOUHIER. Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎

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‎LEIBNIZ G. W.‎

Reference : 13198

‎Opuscules philosophiques choisis. Texte latin et traduction par P. SCHRECKER.‎

‎Paris, Vrin (" Bibliothèque des Textes philosophiques "), 2001. in-16 (poche), 321 pages, 2 index, broche, couv. plast.‎


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‎LEIBNIZ (G. W.)‎

Reference : 3960

‎Opuscules philosophiques choisis. Traduits du latin par Paul Schrecker‎

‎Paris, librairie philosohique J. Vrin, 1966, in-8, 158 pp, br., non rogné‎


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‎LEIBNIZ (G.-W.)‎

Reference : 569250

(1978)

‎Opuscules philosophiques choisis. Traduits du latin par Paul Schrecker. Bibliothèque des textes philosophiques.‎

‎P., Libr. philosophique J. Vrin, 1978. In-8 br., 145 pp., Ex-libris manuscrit. Bonne condition.‎


‎. Sommaire : Introduction. Médiations sur la Connaissance, la Vérité et les Idées. Remarques sur la Partie générale des Principes de Descartes. De la Réforme de la Philosophie première et de la notion de Substance. De la Production originelle des choses prises à sa racine. De la Nature en elle-même, ou de la force inhérente aux choses créées et de leurs actions. La cause de Dieu. Notes du traducteur.‎

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‎LEIBNIZ (G. W.)‎

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‎LEIBNIZ (G. W.) - [JACQUES (A.)].-‎

Reference : 62773

‎Oeuvres de Leibniz, nouvelle édition, collationnée sur les meilleurs textes, et précédée d'une introduction, par M. A. Jacques. Première Série : Nouveaux Essais sur l'Entendement. Opuscules divers. Deuxièime Série : Essais de Théodicée. Monadologie. Lettres entre Leibniz et Clarke.‎

‎ P., Charpentier, 1842, 2 volumes in 12 reliés demi-basane tabac, dos lisses ornés, tranches marbres, LV-492 et XXIV-495 pages ; quelques rousseurs ; dos légèrement et uniformément éclaircis, manque de cuir en queue des dos (petit au tome 1, large au tome 2) ‎


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‎LEIBNIZ G. W., Par H. LESTIENNE‎

Reference : RO40095166

(1990)

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‎DISCOURS DE METAPHYSIQUE‎

‎Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin. 1990. In-12. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur bon état. 94 pages. Quelques annotations dans le texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 110-Métaphysique‎


‎Bibliothèques des textes philosophiques, dir. J.F. Courtine. Ed. collat. avec le texte autographe. Intro. par André Robinet. Avant-propos de H. Gouhier. Classification Dewey : 110-Métaphysique‎

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‎LEIBNIZ G. W., Par P. SCHRECKER‎

Reference : RO40211619

(1939)

‎OPUSCULA PHILOSOPHICA SELECTA‎

‎Boivin et Cie. 1939. In-12. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos fané, Intérieur acceptable. 140 pages. Texte en latin. Petites annotations en page de garde. Annotations au crayon dans le texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 470-Langues italiques. Latin‎


‎'Bibliothèque de Philosophie'. Texte revu par Paul Schrecker. Classification Dewey : 470-Langues italiques. Latin‎

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‎LEIBNIZ G. W., Par Y. BELAVAL‎

Reference : RO40236221

(1961)

‎CONFESSIO PHILOSOPHI, LA PROFESSION DE FOI DU PHILOSOPHE‎

‎Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin. 1961. In-8. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 144 pages. Quelques rousseurs sur la tranche.. . . . Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎


‎'Bibliothèque des Textes Philosophiques', dir. par Henri GOUHIER. Texte, Trad. et Notes par Yvon BELAVAL. Avec le CNRS. Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎

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‎LEIBNIZ (G.-W.) - SCHRECKER (P.)‎

Reference : 28582

‎Opuscula philosophica selecta‎

‎Paris, Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin, Bibliothèque des textes philosophiques, 1959. In-8 (225x140mm) broché, 148 p. Bon état.‎


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‎LEIBNIZ (G.-W.) - SCHRECKER (P.)‎

Reference : 28581

‎Opuscules philosophiques choisis‎

‎Paris, Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin, Bibliothèque des textes philosophiques, 1962. In-8 (225x140mm) broché, 154 p. Soulignures. Bon état.‎


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‎LEIBNIZ (G.W.) - Trad. par Y. Belaval‎

Reference : 20027

‎Confessio Philosophi - La profession de foi du philosophe‎

‎Paris, Librairie Vrin, bibliothèque des textes philosophiques, 1961. In-8 (225x140mm) broché, 144 p. Quelques petites marques au crayon de papier (très facilement effaçables). Très bon état général.‎


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‎LEIBNIZ (HENRI LESTIENNE)‎

Reference : R320052972

(1970)

‎DISCOURS DE METAPHYSIQUE / BIBLIOTHEQUE DES TEXTES PHILOSOPHIQUES.‎

‎LIBRAIRIE PHILOSOPHIQUE J. VRIN. 1970. In-8. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 94 oages.. . . . Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎


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‎"LEIBNIZ (LEIBNITZ), G.F. - CHRISTIAAN HUYGENS - JOHANN BERNOULLI - JACOB BERNOULLI ET AL. - THE DISCOVERY OF THE ""CATENARY CURVE"" , THE ""LOGARITHMIC CURVE"" AND THE ""POLAR COORDINATES"".‎

Reference : 41859

(1691)

‎1. De Linea in quam Flexile se pondere proprio curvat, ejeuque usu insignia adinveniendi quotcunque medias proportionales & Logarithmos. - 2. De Solutionibus Problematis Catenarii vel Funicularis in Actis A. 1691, aliisque a Dn. I.B. propositis. (1-2:...‎

‎Leipzig, Grosse & Gleditsch, 1691. 4to. Contemp. full vellum. Faint handwritten title on spine. a small stamp on titlepage. In: ""Acta Eruditorum Anno MDCLXXXXI"". (8),590,(6) pp. and 13 (of 15) folded engraved plates. The 2 first plates lacks, but they do not belong to the papers listed.Leibniz' papers: pp.277-281 a. 1 plate, pp. 435-439. Johann Bernoulli: pp. 274-276 a. 1 plate. Huygens: pp. 281-282. - Jacob Bernoulli: pp. 282-290 a. 1 plate.‎


‎All papers first apperance. All 5 of extreme importence in the development of the Calculus. Leibniz' 2 papers on the catenary curve (paper 1-2 offered here) was written at the instigation of Jacques Bernoulli. Following the example of Blaise Pascal, who had initiated, in 1658, a contest for the construction of the cycloid, Leibniz also provoked the geometers of his time, by challenging them to submit, at the fixed date of mid-1691, their geometric method for the construction of the catenary curve. Leibniz later provided the answer, followed by Johann Bernoulli and Huygens.'These two papers are a historical account of the origin of the study of this transcendental curve, and, at the same time, the first physical-geometric construction showing the species-relationship between the catenary and the logarithmic curves, as two companion curves" one arithmetic, the other geometric. All of the differentials of the catenary curve, are arithmetic means of corresponding differentials of the logarithmic curve" and, all of the differentials of the logarithmic curve, are geometric means of the catenary.'""The Catenary is the form of a hanging fully flexible rope or chain (the name comes from ""catena"", which means 'chain'), suspended on two points. The interest in this curve originated with Galileo, who thought that is was a parabola. Young Christiaan Huygens proved in 1646 that this cannot be the case. What the actual form was remained an open question till 1691, when Leibniz, Johann Bernoulli and the then much older Huygens sent solutions to the problem to the ""Acta"" (Jakob Bernoulli, 1690, Johann Bernoulli 1691, Huygens 1691 and Leibniz 1691), - these 4 1691-papers offered here - in which the previous year Jakob Bernoulli had challenged mathematicians to solve it. As published, the solutions did not reveal the methods, but through later publications of manuscripts these methods have been known. Huygens applied with great ( paper 4) virtuosity the by then classical methods of 17th century infinitesimal mathematics, and he needed all his ingenuity to reach a satisfactory solution. Leibniz ( the papers 1-2) and Bernoulli (paper 3), applying the new Calculus, found the solutions in a much direct way. In fact, the catenary was a test-case between the old and the new style in the study of curves, and only because the champion of the old style was a giant like Huygens, the test-case can formally be considered as ending in a draw."" (Grattan-Guiness in ""From the Calculus to Set Theory, 1630-1910."").The paper by JACOB BERNOULLI ( no. 5 offered here) is a milestone papers as it marks the invention of the ""SYSTEM OF POLAR COORDINATES"" with points located by reference to a fixed point and a line through that point. Although newton had earlier also devised such a coordinate system (in 1671), his work was not known, so that the credit for the discovery generally goes to Bernoulli. (Parkinson, Breakthroughs (1691).Further papers contained in this volume of Acta Eruditorum:DENYS PAPIN: Mecanicorum de Viribus Motricibus sententia, asserta a D. Papino adversius C.G.G. L. (Leibniz) objectiones. pp. 6-13. The plate lacks. - and Dion. Papini Observationes quaedam circa materias ad Hydraulicam spectantes. Pp. 208-213 a. 1 plate. This importent paper is part of the LEIBNIZ-PAPIN-CONTROVERSY.JACOB BERNOULLI: Specimen Calculi Differentialis in dimensione ParabolÊ helicoidis, ubi de flexuris curvarum in genere, carundem evolutionibus. Pp. 13-22. The plate lacks. - and J.B. Demonstratio Centri Oscillationis ex Natura Vectis, reperta occassione eorum, quÊ super hac materia in Historia Literaria Roterodamensi recensentur, articulo...Pp.317-321.LEIBNIZ: O.V.E. Additio ad Schediasma de Medii Resistentia publicatum in Actis mensis Febr. 1889. Pp. 177-178. and O.V.E. Quadratura Arithmetica Communis Sectionum Conicarum quÊ centrum babent,...Pp. 178-182 a. 1 plate.TSCHIRNHAUS: Singularia Effecta Vitri Caustici bipedalis, quod omnia magno sumtu hactenus constructa specula ustoria virtute superat, per D.T. Pp. 517-520‎

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‎LEIBNIZ (LEIBNITZ), G.F. - DENYS PAPIN - JAKOB BERNOULLI.‎

Reference : 41661

(1689)

‎De Lineis Opticis, et alia" Excerpta ex literis ad--- (+) Schediasma de Resistentia Medii, & Motu projectorum gravium in medio resistente. (+) Tentamen de Motuum Coelestium causis. (+) De Linea Isochrona, in qua grave sine acceleratione descendit, & d... - [THE WAR OF THE GIANTS NEWTON AND LEIBNIZ ON THE WORLD SYSTEM]‎

‎Leipzig, Grosse & Gleditsch, 1689. 4to. Contemporary full vellum. Faint hand-written title to spine. A small stamp on title-page. In: ""Acta Eruditorum Anno MDCLXXXIX"". (8), 653, (7) pp. and 15 engraved plates. As usual with various browning to leaves and plates. The entire volume offered. Leibniz's papers: pp. 36-38 a. 1 engraved plate" pp. 38-46 pp. 82-89 a. 1 engraved plate" pp. 195-198.‎


‎First printing of these extremely important papers, in which Leibniz claimed that he independently of Newton had discovered the principal propositions of his ""Principia"" and which present us with Leibniz's fundamental physico-mathematical theory, his dynamics, his concepts of force, space and time. The ""Tentamen..."" constitutes Leibniz's response to Newton's theories about the motion of the celestial bodies. Leibniz can be said to have anticipated the modern mathematical principle of relativity, as it is his idea of individual co-ordinate systems and his practical rejection of the Galilean co-ordinate system that Newton adopted. Leibniz opposes Newton's ideas of attractions (gravitational forces) and calls them ""occult qualities"". The task of the ""Tentamen..."" was to attain a theory mathematically equivalent to Newton's in accounting for planetary motion and especially for the inverse-square law of Kepler's laws, but physically sound and capable of explaining the causes of phenomena.Newton attacked Leibniz's claim of priority in his anonymously published paper ""Commercium epistolicum"" (Phil. Transactions 1714), and states that ""in those tracts the principal propositions of that book are composed in a new manner, and claimed by Mr. Leibniz as if he had found them himself before the publishing of the said book. But Mr. Leibniz cannot be a witness in his own cause. It lies upon him either to prove that he had found them before mr. Newton, or to quit his claim."" The features of Leibniz's mathematical representation of motion as put forward in ""Tentamen..."" are, (see D.B. Meli: Equivalence and Priority. Newton versus Leibniz. pp. 90-91):- Empty space does not exist. The world is filled with a variety of fluids which are responsible for physical actions, including gravity.- Living force and its conservation are the fundamental notion and principle respectively, in the investigation of nature, however, they do not figure prominently in the study of planetary motion.- Finite and infinitesimal variables are regularly employed in the study of motion and of other physical phenomena. Living force and velocity are finite" solicitation and conatus are infinitesimal.- Accelerated motion, whether rectilinear or curvilinear, is represented as a series of infinitesimal uniform rectilinear motions interrupted by impulses. I call this 'polygonal representation'. Usually the polygon is chosen in such a way that each side is traversed in an equal element of time dt. In polygonal representations accelerations are reduced to a macroscopic phenomenon.- Propositions are often used to safeguard dimensional homogeneity. Constant factors - such as numerical factors, mass, and the element of time - are usually ignored in the calculations.Denys Papin's papers:1. Descriptio Torcularis, cujus in Actis Anni 1688 pag. 646 mentio facta a suit... and 1 plate. Pp. 96-101.2. De Gravitatis Causa et proprietatibus Observationes. Pp. 183-188.3. Examen MachinÊ Dn. Perrault. Pp. 189-195 a. 1 plate.4. Rotatilis Suctor et Pressor Hasciacus, in Serenissima Aula Cassellana demonstratus & detectus. Pp. 317-322 a. 1 plate.5. In J.B. Appendicem Illam Ad Perpetuum Mobile, Actis Novemb.A. 1688 p. 592...Pp. 322-324 a. 1 plate.6. Excerpta et Litteris Dn. Dion Papini ad --- de Instrumentis ad flammam sub aqua conservandam. Pp. 485-489 a. 1 plate.With the paper describing and depicting Papin's famous invention of the CENTRIFUGAL PUMP. ( Rotatilis Suctor et Pressor Hasciacus, in Serenissima Aula Cassellana demonstratus & detectus. - The paper offered (no.4).Jakob Bernoulli's papers:1. De Invenienda Cujusque Plani Declinatione, ex unica observatione projectÊ a flylo umbrÊ. Pp. 311-316 a. 1 plate.2. Vera Constructio geometrica Problematum Solidorum & Hypersolidorum, per rectas lineas & circulos. Pp. 586-588 a. 1 plate.3. Novum Theorema Pro Doctrina Sectionum Conicarum. Pp. 586-588 a. 1 engraved plate.‎

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