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‎HUMBERT, Pierre.‎

Reference : 19127

‎Philosophes et savants.‎

‎Paris, Flammarion (« Bibliothèque de Philosophie scientifique »), 1953. in-8°, 224 pp, figures in-t., biblio, broche, couv.‎


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‎HUYGENS, Christian & LEIBNITZ (LEIBNIZ) & L'HOPITAL. - UYLENBROEK, Petrus Joannes (1797-1844):‎

Reference : 53639aaf

‎Christiani Hugenii aliorumque seculi XVII virorum celebrium exercitationes mathematicae et philosophicae. ex manuscriptis in Bibliotheca Academiae Lugduno-Batavae. Fasciculus 1: Chr. Hugenii, Leibnitii et Hospitalii epistolas mutuas.‎

‎Hagae Comitum (The Hague, 's Gravenhage), ex typographia Regia, 1833, in-4to, 1 leaf + IV + 324 p. + 1 leaf (errata) + 2 folding plates, heavy foxing in places, light waterstaining to a few leaves and to bottom of both plates, upper corner of front endpaper cut off and repaired, half calf binding, marbled paper on covers, red title label on gold tooled spine, hinge of frontcover loose, slight rubbing.‎


‎» Important collection of 91 scientific letters «The correspondence of three of the greatest 17th century scientists. Some of these letters were very influencial to the development of certain aspects of mathematics.It is the first publication of Huygens' correspondence with Leibniz and L'Hopital translated from the Latin language into French and published by Petrus Joannes Uylenbroek. He was professor at the Dutch Academy of Physics and Astronomy in Leiden. This first part of this volume contains 56 letters between Leibniz (34) and Huygens (22) (LVI and not altogether LXXVI letters; printing error starting after letter number XLI: LXII-LXXVI), written between 1674 and 1694. The 2nd part (ff. 215ff.) contains 35 letters between the marquis Guillaume F.A. de L'Hopital (19) and Huygens (16), written between 1690 and 1695. Poggendorff II/1164 (Uylenbroek); DHBS VI/613 (Huygens), VIII/149-168 (Leibniz), VIII/304-305 (L'Hopital). ‎

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‎Jalabert Jacques‎

Reference : 4642

‎La théorie leibnizienne de la substance‎

‎ PUF, 1946, 282pp, in-8, pages jaunies, dos bien recollé avec un petit manque en pied ( port inclus pour la Fr. )‎


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‎Kiefl (Franz X.)‎

Reference : 1793

(1913)

‎Leibniz‎

‎Von Kircheim , Weltgeschichte in Charakterbildern Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1913 Book Condition, Etat : Très bon relié , reliure éditeur grand In-8 1 vol. - 146 pages‎


‎88 Abbild. 1ste Ausgabe Contents, Chapitres : wissenschaftliche Werke und Entwürfe - philosophische System des Leibniz - Leibniz und die europäische Politik - Leibniz und der europäische Kirchenfriede - die Weltgeschichtliche Bedeutung des Leibniz vielen und schönen Abbildungen‎

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‎Koyré (Alexandre), ed. - Colloque de Royaumont - Henri Michel - José-M. Millas Vallicrosa - Vasco Ronchi - A. Koyré sur Nicolo Tartaglia - Vassili P. Zoubov sur Vitruve - J.-O. Fleckenstein sur Petrus Ramus - Willy Hartner sur Tycho Brahe et Albumasar - Jean Pelseneer - Alexandre Birkenmajer sur Erasme Reinhold et Copernic - Girogio Abetti - I. Bernard Cohen - Boubaker Ben Yahia - Giorgio de Santillana sur Giordano Bruno et Leibniz - Paul-Henri Michel - Ernest Wickersheimer sur Michel Herr - R. Hooykaas sur Pierre de la Ramée - Frederic Simon Bodenheimer - Pierre Huard et Ming Wong sur Li Che-Tchen‎

Reference : 101609

(1960)

‎La science au seizième siècle - Colloque international de Royaumont, 1-4 juillet 1957 - (Astrolabistes, géographes et graveurs belges du XVIe, astrolabes - Nautique et cartographie de l'Espagne - L'Optique au XVIe siècle - La dynamique de Nicolo Tartaglia - Vitruve et ses commentateurs du XVIe siècle - Petrus Ramus et l'humanisme bâlois - Tycho Brahe et Albumasar, la question de l'autorité scientifique au début de la recherche libre en astronomie - La Réforme du XVIe à l'origine de la science moderne - Le commentaire inédit d'Erasme Reinhold sur le De Revolutionibus de Copernic - L'harmonie de la création au XVIe siècle - La découverte du Nouveau Monde et la transformation de l'idée de la nature - La science dans les pays musulmans - De Giordano Bruno à Leibniz - L'atomisme de Giordano Bruno - Le livre des quadrupèdes de Michel Herr, médecin strasbourgeois, 1546 - Pierre de la Ramée et l'empirisme scientifique - Towards the History of Zoology and Botany in the XVIth Century - Un savant chinois au XVIe siècle : Li Che-Tchen, 1518-1593)‎

‎Hermann , Histoire de la Pensée - Colloqsue de Royaumont Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1960 Book Condition, Etat : Bon broché, sous couverture imprimée éditeur verte et blanche grand In-8 1 vol. - 344 pages‎


‎2 planches hors-texte, quelques figures dans le texte dont une planche dans le texte représentant le pharmacologue chinois Li Che-Tchen 1ere édition, 1960 Contents, Chapitres : Alexandre Koyré : Avant-propos - Henri Michel : Astrolabistes, géographes et graveurs belges du XVIe, astrolabes - José-M. Millas Vallicrosa : Nautique et cartographie de l'Espagne - Vasco Ronchi : L'Optique au XVIe siècle - A. Koyré : La dynamique de Nicolo Tartaglia - Vassili P. Zoubov : Vitruve et ses commentateurs du XVIe siècle - J.-O. Fleckenstein : Petrus Ramus et l'humanisme bâlois - Willy Hartner : Tycho Brahe et Albumasar, la question de l'autorité scientifique au début de la recherche libre en astronomie - Jean Pelseneer : La Réforme du XVIe à l'origine de la science moderne - Alexandre Birkenmajer : Le commentaire inédit d'Erasme Reinhold sur le De Revolutionibus de Copernic - Girogio Abetti : L'harmonie de la création au XVIe siècle - I. Bernard Cohen : La découverte du Nouveau Monde et la transformation de l'idée de la nature - Boubaker Ben Yahia : La science dans les pays musulmans - Giorgio de Santillana : De Giordano Bruno à Leibniz - Paul-Henri Michel : L'atomisme de Giordano Bruno - Ernest Wickersheimer : Le livre des quadrupèdes de Michel Herr, médecin strasbourgeois, 1546 - R. Hooykaas : Pierre de la Ramée et l'empirisme scientifique - Frederic Simon Bodenheimer : Towards the History of Zoology and Botany in the XVIth Century - Pierre Huard et Ming Wong : Un savant chinois au XVIe siècle : Li Che-Tchen, 1518-1593 - Index des noms et des matières, liste des participants bel exemplaire, couverture impeccable, quelques rousseurs sur la tranche centrale n'affectant pas l'intérieur qui reste frais et propre, cela reste un bel exemplaire, bien complet des 2 planches hors-texte des actes de ce colloque de référence avec les plus grands spécialistes de l'époque de la science du XVIe siècle‎

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‎LA NOUVELLE REVUE FRANCAISE- N° 070- Roger Martin du Gard, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Nathalie Sarraute, Pierre Emmanuel, André Dhotel, A. de Vigny, Leibniz, Maurice Blanchot, Bernard Colin, Georges Salles, Jean Dutourd‎

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‎LA NOUVELLE REVUE FRANCAISE- N° 070-‎

‎ 1° Octobre 1958-N R F - La nouvelle Nouvelle Revue Française - Revue mensuelle de littérature-Au sommaire : Annonce du décès de Roger Martin du Gard- Alain Robbe-Grillet, Nature, Humanisme, Tragédie- Nathalie Sarraute, La rencontre- Pierre Emmanuel, Eve ou Isis- André Dhotel , L' Arc-en-ciel- A. de Vigny, Mémoires inédits- Leibniz, Une drole de pensée- Maurice Blanchot, L' étrange et l' étranger- Bernard Colin, Centre de vous- Georges Salles, la chambre noire- Jean Dutourd, le propriétaire errant- etc...- Excellent état-‎


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‎LA NOUVELLE REVUE FRANCAISE- N° 096- Marcel Jouhandeau, Audiberti, Mandiargues, Gisèle Prassinos, Marcel Arland, Etiemble, Aragon, Claudel, Maurice Blanchot, Michel Deguy, Paul Morand, Leibniz, Descartes, E.-M. Cioran, Saint- John Perse, Rouault, Suares, Jean Duvignaud‎

Reference : 292096

‎LA NOUVELLE REVUE FRANCAISE- N° 096-‎

‎ 1° Décembre 1960-N R F - La nouvelle Nouvelle Revue Française - Revue mensuelle de littérature-Au sommaire : Marcel Jouhandeau, Journaliers ( IV )- Audiberti, Rouge- Mandiargues, La voix basse- Gisèle Prassinos, L' Homme aux questions- Paul Morand, Portrait de Nicolas Fouquet ( I )- Marcel Arland, Deux figures- Etiemble, Aragon et Claudel ( Fin )- Maurice Blanchot, La question la plus profonde ( I )- Michel Deguy, Leibniz, critique de Descartes- E.-M. Cioran, Saint- John Perse- Jean Duvignaud, Le Bolchevisme et la N.R.F.- Lettres de Rouault et de Suarès, etc..-Excellent état-‎


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‎Laurent (Gaston), ed. - Copernic - Képler - Galilée - Harvey - Descartes - Pascal - Huygens - Newton - Leibniz - Buffon - d'Alembert - Condorcet - Lavoisier - Laplace - Cuvier - Lamarck - Ampère - Arago - J.B. Dumas - Le Verrier - Darwin - Claude Bernard - Tisserand - Pasteur - Joseph Bertrand - Berthelot‎

Reference : 85654

(1912)

‎Les grands écrivains scientifiques de Copernic à Berthelot - Extraits, introduction, biographies et notes par Gaston Laurent - Programme de 1902, seconde et première D (Science)‎

‎Librairie Armand Colin Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1912 Book Condition, Etat : Bon relié , pleine toile noir moderne, simili-cuir, plats conservés, titre au dos In-8 1 vol. - 395 pages‎


‎ 4eme édition revue, 1912 Contents, Chapitres : Introduction, xi, Texte, 384 pages - Coperni, 1473-1543 - Képler, 1571-1630 - Galilée, 1564-1642 - Harvey, 1578-1657 - Descartes, 1596-1650 - Pascal, 1623-1662 - Huygens, 1629-1695 - Newton, 1642-1726 - Leibniz, 1646-1716 - Buffon, 1707-1788 - d'Alembert, 1717-1783 - Condorcet, 1743-1794 - Lavoisier, 1743-1794 - Laplace, 1749-1832 - Cuvier, 1769-1832 - Lamarck, 1744-1829 - Ampère, 1775-1836 - Arago, 1786-1853 - J.B. Dumas, 1800-1884 - Le Verrier, 1811-1877 - Darwin, 1809-1882 - Claude Bernard, 1813-1878 - Tisserand, 1845-1896 - Pasteur, 1822-1895 - Joseph Bertrand, 1822-1900 - Berthelot, 1827 - Index alphabétique reliure récente en bon état bien qu'ordinaire, en simili-cuir noir, reliure très légèrement empoussiérée sur le plat inférieur, plats conservés, intérieur propre mais papier un peu jauni, cela reste un bon exemplaire de lecture - reliure moderne ordinaire‎

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‎"LEIBNITII, GODOFREDI GUILIELMI. (GOTTFRIED WILHELM LEIBNIZ) & BERNOULLII (IACOBI). (JACOB BERNOULLI) & BERNOULLII (IOHANNIS). (JOHANN BERNOULLI).‎

Reference : 42860

(1695)

‎Specimen Dynamicum (+) Notatiuncula Constructiones Lineae in qua Sacoma aequilibrium cum pondere moto faciens incedere debet. Et quaedam de Quadraturis (+) Resposio ad nonnullas Difficultates a Bern. NieuwentÃŒt circa Methodum differentialem motas (+) ... - [FIRST PUBLICATION OF THE ""BERNOULLI EQUATION"".]‎

‎Leipzig, Grosse & Gleditsch, 1695. 4to. Contemp. full vellum. Faint handwritten title on spine. A small stamp on titlepage and pasted library label to pasted down front free end-paper. In: ""Acta Eruditorum Anno MDCXCV"". (2), 560, (52) pp. + 10 plates. As usual with various browning to leaves and plates. The entire volume offered. Leibniz's papers: pp. 145-57" 184-185 310-316 369-372 493-495. Jacob Bernoulli's paper: pp. 537-553 + one folding table 65-66. Johann Bernoulli's: pp. 59-65" 374-376.‎


‎First printing of a series of influential papers by Leibniz, Jacob Bernoulli and Johann Bernoulli.First publication of Jakob Bernoulli's famous and influential ""Bernoulli Equation"". In ""Notatiuncula Constructiones Lineae"" Bernoulli proposed a solution to non linear equations which today is one of the most common used solutions of the general fluid. Bernoulli equations are significant because they are nonlinear differential equations with known exact solutions. In the ""Specimen dynamicum"" Leibniz presents a conception of body and force which distinct between primitive and derivative forces and between active and passive forces. This article is regarded as being the clearest exposition of Leibniz' dynamics. (DSB VII, 151b).""The first attempt at a detailed account of the dynamics was a long dialogue, the ""Phoranomus seu de potentia et legibus naturae,"" written in July 1689 while Leibniz was in Rome. This was quickly followed be the composition of the massive Dynamica de potential et legibus naturae corporeae (1689-90) [...]. Though it was written with the intention of publication, and though Leibniz work at publishing it, he never considered it entirely finished and it remained unpublished during his lifetime.The later [...] he finally revealed some of the metaphysical foundations of the project in an essay [the present paper]."" (Garber, Daniel. Leibniz: body, substance, monad. 2009. 132 p.)""Its title suggests a summary of or a selection from the earlier work [...]. However, it actually contains something in a way rather more interesting: a careful exposition of the metaphysical foundations of the new science, something that is hard to find in the old Dynamica or any of the more Technical pieces."" (Garber, Daniel. Leibniz: Body, Substance, Monad. 2009. 133 p.)‎

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‎Leibnitz (God. Guil.)‎

Reference : 50052

‎La monadologie publiée d'après les manuscrits, Et accompagnée d'éclaircissements par Boutroux E.‎

‎Delagrave, Nouvelle collection classique d'ouvrages philosophiques, 1938 12 x 19, 231 pp., broché, Très bon état‎


‎Notice biographique et philosophique sur Leibnitz - Philosophie de Leibnitz - La monadologie - Extraits des uvres philosophiques de Leibnitz‎

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‎LEIBNITZ, GOTTFRIED WILHELM. [THE LEIBNIZ CALCULATOR]‎

Reference : 28333

(1735)

‎Theodicaea, Oder Versuch und Abhandlung, Wie der GÃŒte und Gerechtigkeit Gottes, In Ansehung Der Menschlichen Freyheit, und des Ursprungs des BÃsen, zu vertheidigen" Aus dem FrantzÃsischen ÃŒbersetzt, Bei diesen dritten Auflage an vielen Orten verbesser...‎

‎Hannover, Zu finden bey Nicolai FÃrsters und Sohns sel. Erben, 1735. 8vo. Cont.full vellum w. author and title in old hand on back. Bdg. a bit soiled. Internally a bit of brownspotting., title-page w. professionally repaired tear. Inner front-hinge starting to crack, but bdg. and bookblock tight. Overall a good and fairly well preserved copy. With engr. portrait, woodcut vignettes and one folded engr. plate depicting an early calculating machine. (28), 64, 1030 pp.‎


‎Rare third German edition. Last Richter-edition. First published in French in 1710. It is the only larger philosophical work, Leibnitz himself published and it is a work of immense importance to philosophy, theology and mathematics. In this work Leibniz represents his excellent calculating machine, which has served as the basis for what we now call a computer, as he presents the binary arithmetic, ""Rechnen mit Null und Eins"" (""calculating with zero and one"") in the Beylage (p. 926), which forms the basis for the much later developed computer science (see PMM 177). This work contains ""Anmerkungen"" by Richter and ""Lebens=Beschreibung"" by Fontenelle, followed by ""Beylage"". In these ""Beylage"" we find the method of converting numbers into the binary system, which here is said to be ""etwas recht neues, welches der Herr Leibnitz zu Hanover erfunden"" (""something brand new, which Mr. Leibnitz von Hanover has discovered"") as well as ""Eine Schrift. In welcher klar gezeiget wird/ dass nicht Herr Neuton,sondern der Herr von Leibnitz Erfinder des CALCULI DIFFERENTIALIS sey."" (A Treatise. In which it is clearly shown/ that Mr. Leibniz and not Mr. Newton is the inventor of the CALCULI DIFFERENTIALIS"").All early editions of the Theodicee are rare. See D.S.B.: VIII, pp. 161-166.‎

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‎"(LEIBNITZ, G.W.) G.G.L. [= GOTTFREDUS GUGLIELMUS LEIBNITZ/LEIBNIZ].‎

Reference : 56350

(1710)

‎Brevis description Machinae Arithmeticae, cum Figura. [In: Miscellanea Berolinensia ad Incrementum Scientiarum...]. (Bound with: Frederic Ruysch: Adversariorum anatomico-medico-chirurgicorum... cui adjuncta est Michaelis Ernesti Mulleri Apistolae Prob... - [LEIBNITZ' CALCULATING MACHINE]‎

‎Berlin, Papen, 1710. 4to. Very nice contemporary full calf with five raised bands to richly gilt spine. All edges of boards gilt. A bit of wear to extremities, corners bumped, and capitals professionally restored. Occasional light brownspotting, and printing weak on some leaves (including the text for the Leibnitz-paper). Overall in very nice condition. Pp. 317-19 + folded engraved plate (bound with the plates at the back of the volume - Fig. 73 - in excellent condition). [Entire volume: (22), 394 pp, 1 blank + 31 folded, engraved plates [+ Ruysch: (4), 32, (2) + 2 engraved plates + 18 pp.] ]. The frontispiece is not present.‎


‎Scarce first edition of this milestone in computing history, namely Leibnitz' description of his groundbreaking calculating machine, including his stepped-drum gear, which constitutes one of the greatest advances in the early history of computing. This paper became extremely influential in the development of the calculating machine, and the stepped-drum that Leibnitz here presents constituted ""the greatest advance in calculating-machine technology until 1875."" (Hook & Norman). ""(1673-74): Leibnitz creates a drawing of his calculating machine mechanism. Using stepped drum, this calculator mechanizes multiplication as well as addition by performing repetitive additions. In 1674 Leibnitz hires a Parisian clockmaker to build one copy of his machine. This copy is eventually lost until 1879, when it is found in an attic at GÃttingen University. However, because of descriptions published from 1710 onward, is well-enough known to have great influence. The stepped-drum gear is the only workable solution to calculating machine problems until ab. 1875."" (Hook & Normn, Origins of Cyberspace). The machine that Leibnitz presents in the present paper is the first machine to be able to do not only addition and subtraction fully automatically, but also multiplication and division. As such, it completely revolutionized the history of calculation and computing and dominated calculator design for the next two centuries.Erwin Tomasch: L69‎

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‎"(LEIBNITZ, G.W.) G.G.L. [= GOTTFREDUS GUGLIELMUS LEIBNITZ el. LEIBNIZ].‎

Reference : 41371

(1702)

‎Specimen Novum Analyseos pro Scientia Infiniti, circa Summas & Quadraturas. [In: Acta eruditorum anno MDCCII publicata]. - [THE INTEGRATION OF RATIONAL FUNCTIONS]‎

‎Lipsiae [Leipzig], Gross, Frisch and Groschuf, 1702. 4to. Entire volume present. Bound in a nice contemporary full vellum with handwritten year and an old library-label to spine. A bit of soiling. Internally evenly brownspotted throughout, occasionally with heavier brownspotting (not the Leibnitz-article). Discreet stamp ti title-page and to first leaf of text. Pp. 210-219 + one folded plate (""Regulae universales pro fractionibus numeratoris indeterminati...""). [Entire volume: (2), 566 pp. + 9 folded engraved plates.‎


‎First edition of Leibnitz' important work on the integration of rational fractions, the ""New specimen of the Analysis for the Science of the infinite about Sums and Quadratures"", in which Leibnitz investigates the factorization of real polynomials and thus comes close to the ""fundamental theorem of algebra"" (the theorem that states that every non-constant single-variable polynomial with complex coefficients has at least one complex root, and that field of complex numbers is algebraically closed), which was not attempted proven until 1746 (by d'Alembert, whose proof was incomplete), and which was not actually proven before the 19th century (by Argand, and more fully by Gauss).The present work constitutes the first printing of Leibniz' new examples of calculating with infinite numbers, a most fundamental work for the further development within algebraic equations and integral formulae.Apart from Leibnitz' ""Scientia infiniti"", the present volume also includes an essay by Halley on Hooke's barometer (pp. 180-83, one engr. Plate depicting a barometer).‎

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‎(LEIBNITZ, G.W.) G.G.L. [= GOTTFREDUS GUGLIELMUS LEIBNITZ el. LEIBNIZ].‎

Reference : 44416

(1820)

‎Leibnitzens System der Theologie. Nach dem Manuskripte von Hannover (den lateinischen Text zur seite) ins deutsche ÃŒbersetzt von Andreas RÀss un Nikolaus Weis, mit einer Vorrede von Lorenz Doller. Zweite Auflage.‎

‎Mainz, Simon MÃŒller'schen Buchh., 1820. Contemp. full mottled calf. Titlelabel with gilt lettering. VI,CXXVI,346,(2) pp. A faint dampstain to lower right corners of thelast ca. 40 lvs. Clean and printed on good paper. German-Latin paralelltext.‎


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‎"LEIBNITZ (LEIBNIZ), GOTTFRIED WILHELM.‎

Reference : 42999

(1759)

‎Lettres de M. de Leibnitz á M. Herman. Part I-II. (I.No. I-III - II. No. 1-26).‎

‎(Berlin, Haude et Spener, 1759). 4to. No wrappers as issued in ""Memoires de l'Academie Royale des Sciences et Belles Lettres"". tome XIII, 1757. Titlepage (Classe de Philosophie SpÃculative) and pp. (451-)522.‎


‎First appearance of this remarkable, mathematical correspondance, comprising 29 letters mostly of mathematical content, and after the death of Herman leading to some controveries in relation to priorities.Ravier ""Bibliographie des Oeuvres de Leibniz"" No. 465.‎

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‎LEIBNITZ (LEIBNIZ), GOTTFRIED WILHELM. - A NEW PHILOSOPHY.‎

Reference : 46329

(1720)

‎Essais de TheodicÃe sur la Bontà de Dieu, la Libertà de L'Homme, et L'Origine du Mal + Appendices sux Essais de Theodicee sur la Bontà ...2 Vols.‎

‎A Amsterd., D.Mortier, 1720. Bound in one cont.full calf. Spine richly blindtooled. XLI,(3),520 pp. + 1 fold. table. A fine clean copy.‎


‎The scarce third edition of Leibnitz' importent treatise on the goodnes of God, the free will of man and the causes of evil in the world, The principal subject of the work being the problem of liberty and free will. It is the only larger philosophical work published by Leibnitz himself.Ravier No 67 (the first ed. from 1710) - PMM: 177 (1710-edition).‎

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‎"LEIBNITZ, Mr. de (GOTTFRIED WILHELM LEIBNIZ).‎

Reference : 38096

(1765)

‎Oeuvres philosophiques latines & francoises de feu. TirÃes de ses manuscrits qui se conservent dans la bibliotheque royale a Hanovre et publiÃes par Mr. Rud. Eric Raspe. Avec une PrÃface de Mr. Kaestner. [Nouveau essais sur l'entendement humain, -New ... - [FIRST PRINTING OF ""NEW ESSAYS ON HUMAN UNDERSTANDING""]‎

‎Amsterdam et Leipzig, Chez Jean Schreuder, 1765. 4to. Uncut in the original marbled boards. Professionally rebacked preserving almost all of the original back. The fragile orginal binding is here preserved in its entirety, and it has quite a bit of overall wear. Apart from a small hole to two leaves in the index, affecting ab. one work on each of the four pages, it is internally nice and clean. Title-page printed in red and black. Beautiful eng. title-vignette and a few other woodcut vignettes and initials. (4), XVI, (2), 540, (18) pp.‎


‎First edition thus, being the first collected edition of Leibnitz' philosophical works in French and Latin, and containing the FIRST PRINTING of one of Leibnitz' most important philosophical works, his ""Nouveaux essays sur l'entendement humain"" (New Essays on Human Understanding), in which he attacks and refutes Locke and his ""Essay on Human Understanding"" and gives important testimony to his own philosophical ideas. With its 496 pages, this extensive work takes up most of this collection of philosophical works, and it also constitutes one of his largest and most important of his philosophical works. As explained by Raspe, the editor, in his preface to this publication, ""LES NOUVEAUX ESSAIS SUR L'ENTENDEMENT HUMAIN, qui sont la partie principale de recueil, sont connûs trÃs imparfaitement par l'histoire de la Philosophie de Leibnitz, que Mr. Ludovici a publiÃe"" (p. X), and the reason why the work was known, even though it had not been published, is because of a letter that Leibnitz had written in 1714, in which he explains why he did not wish to publish the work. Raspe quotes the letter (p. X), from which it becomes clear that Leibnitz had not wished to publish an attack on Locke and his work, because Locke had died in 1704 (the same year that Leibnitz had actually written the work), and because Leibnitz was against publishing refutations of dead authors: ""Mais je me suis degoutà de publier des refutations des Auteurs morts, quoiqu'elles dissent paroitre Durant leur vie & Ãtre communiquÃs à eux memes"". Raspe points to the nobleness of this decision, but he also points to what could be other reasons for Leibnitz not wishing to publish his seminal work, one of them being that towards the end of his life (he died in 1716), he did not wish to enter into any more controversies with the British, since he was already engaged in two very important ones that occuopied much of his time and energy: The first concerned the invention of the differential calculus, the second was against Mr. Clarke on liberty and important metaphysical and theological questions. Another reason could also be that he did not want to begin controversies with the friends of Locke, who at that time were many and important.Locke's ""An Essay Concerning Human Understanding"", which is the work here being refuted by Leibnitz, became the crucial groundwork for the future empiricists with David Hume in the foreground, and thus Leibnitz' work, though published posthumously, probably came to play a bigger role in the history of philosophy than it would have done had it been published just after he wrote it. Few philosophers of his time were susceptible to Leibnitz' ideas and his application of logic to the problems of metaphysics, as most of them were far more receptive to Locke's empiricism. However, when Leibnitz' ""Nouveaux essays..."" was finally published here in his ""Oeuvres philosophiques"" in 1765, it became hugely influential and was also an important factor in the development of Kant's transcendental philosophy.The hugely famous work by Locke, in which he stated his famous theory that the mind of the newborn is like a blank slate (tabula rasa) and concluded that all ideas come from experience and that there are no such things as innate principles, was generally sharply criticized by the rationalists, the most important of them being Leibnitz. Leibnitz' response, his ""Les nouveaux essays sur l'entendement humain"" constitutes the most important of the rationalist responses and it is written in the form of a chapter-by-chapter refutation. He refutes the major premise of Locke's work, that the senses are the source of all understanding, primarily by adding to this ""except the understanding itself"", thus going on to distinguish between his three levels of understanding, which are part of the centre of his philosophy.For Leibnitz as well as for Locke the great inspiration was Descartes, but they chose two fundamentally different directions, Locke the materialistic one and Leibnitz the idealistic one. The present work represents the greatest clash between the two giants of late 17th century philosophy. The effect of Leibnitz' work was enormous, and among the Germans he invoked a great passion for philosophical studies. Leibnitz represents a striking contrast to both Locke with his empiricism and Spinoza. One earlier collection of some of Leibnitz' works had been printed before this one, but it did not contain his ""New Essays on Human Understanding"", and only consisted of his ""Smaller Philosophical Works"". This is the German 1740-edition ""Kleinere philosohische Schriften"". The other writings contained in this publication are ""Examen du sentiment du P. Malebranche que nous voyons tout en Dieu"", """"Dialogus de connexione inter res & verba"", ""Difficultates quaedam Logicae"", ""Discours touchant la methode de la certitude & de l'art d'inventer"", ""Historia et commendatio charactericae universalis quae simul sit ars inveniendi"".Graesse IV:152. ‎

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‎BIBLIOTHEQUE POPULAIRE N°158 : ENTRETIENS FAMILIERS, Dialogues entre Théophile et Philatète,pensées choisies‎

‎HENRI GAUTIER. NON DATE. In-8. En feuillets. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Quelques rousseurs. 32 pages.. . . . Classification Dewey : 830-Littératures des langues germaniques‎


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‎DISCOURS DE METAPHYSIQUE.‎

‎ Paris, Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin, 1929, format 198x145mm, broché, 94 pages, couverture légèrement usagée sinon bon exemplaire.‎


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(1952)

‎DISCOURS DE METAPHYSIQUE - BIBLIOTHEQUE DES TEXTES PHILOSOPHIQUES / 2e EDITION.‎

‎LIBRAIRIE PHILOSOPHIQUE J. VRIN. 1952. In-12. Broché. Etat d'usage, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 94 pages - Quelques soulignements au stylo in texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 110-Métaphysique‎


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‎DISCOURS DE METAPHYSIQUE / ESSAIS DE THEODICEE / MONADOLOGIE.‎

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(2008)

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‎DISCOURS DE METAPHYSIQUE + ESSAIS DE THEODICEE + MONADOLOGIE - LE MONDE DE LA PHILOSOPHIE N°18.‎

‎FLAMMARION. 2008. In-12. Relié. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 839 pages. Emboîtage illustré en noir et blanc.. . Sous Emboitage. . Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎


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‎"DISCOURS DE METAPHYSIQUE, ESSAIS DE THEODICEE, MONADOLOGIE - COLLECTION ""LE MONDE DE LA PHILOSOPHIE"" N°18."‎

‎FLAMMARION. 2008. In-12. Relié. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. XX+839 pages. Emboitage cartonné souple en noir et blanc satisfaisante. Un signet.. . Sous Emboitage. . Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎


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Reference : 1865

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‎Discours de Métaphysique.‎

‎ 1939 Paris, J. Vrin, 1939. Un volume broché de format in 12° de 94 pp. ‎


‎Edition préparée et commentée par Henri Lestienne. Bon état. ‎

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(1962)

‎Discours de métaphysique.‎

‎Paris Vrin, coll. "Bibliothèque des Textes Philosophiques" 1962 1 vol. broché Quelques traits à l'encre noire dans les marges. Exemplaire du philosophe Bernard Sichère, avec son tampon d'ex-libris. Petit in-8, broché, 94 pp. Edition présentée et annotée par Henri Lestienne. 3e édition. Traits dans les marges, sinon en bon état.‎


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