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‎BERKELEY GEORGE‎

Reference : R320044121

(1971)

‎SIRIS / BIBLIOTHEQUE DES TEXTES PHILOSOPHIQUES.‎

‎LIBRAIRIE PHILOSOPHIQUE J. VRIN. 1971. In-8. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 164 pages - Nombreux soulignements au stylo et aznnotations au crayon a papier i ntexte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎

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‎BERKELEY GEORGE‎

Reference : R320044119

(1973)

‎SIRIS - NOTES COMPLEMENTAIRES DE PIERRE THILLET / EDITION ANGLAISE DE A.C. FRASER (1871).‎

‎LIBRAIRIE PHILOSOPHIQUE J. VRIN. 1973. In-8. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 174 pages - Nombreux soulignements au crayon a papier en début d'ouvrage.. . . . Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎


‎OUVRAGE EN ANGLAIS. Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎

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‎BERKELEY George‎

Reference : 100597

‎Three dialogues between Hylas and Philonous‎

‎ The Open Court Publishing Company, collection Philosophical Classics religion of Science Library N° 49 - 1935 - petit In-8 broché - 136 pages - texte en anglais‎


‎Bon état, coins émoussés, pliures de collage sur le dos, tampon sur la page de grand titre et la première page - ‎

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‎"BERKELEY, GEORGE.‎

Reference : 55993

(1713)

‎Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous. The Design of which Is plainly to demonstrate the Reality and Perfection of Humane Knowledge, the Incorporeal Nature of the Soul, and the Immediate Providence of a DEITY: In Opposition to Sceptics and Athei... - [THE PERCEPTUAL RELATIVITY]‎

‎London, Printed by G. James, for Henry Clements, 1713. 8vo. Contemporary marbled full calf boards, prettily rebacked in period style with gilt title-label, raised bands and gilt ornamentations to spine. During the re-backing, new end-papers have been inserted, but the original front end-paper , containing old owners' inscriptions, has been preserved and is still withbound. Three old owners' names to title-page, two of them crossed out. The title-page had been repaired at the outer margin, affecting three letters in the last three lines of the subtitle (To open a Method for rendering the/ SCIENCES more easy, useful, and/ compensious), namely the ""he"" in ""the"" and the ""d"" in ""and"" as well as part fo the double-ruled border, which has been drawn up again. The final leaf with a somewhat crode repair causing loss of some words towards the hinge. A small hole in A3, not repaired. A bit of brownspotting, mostly at beginning and end. With its flaws, still and overall acceptable copy of this extremely rare title. (10), 166 pp.‎


‎The very scarce first edition of Berkeley's other magnum opus, his great work of metaphysics, second in importance only to his ""Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge"" (1710). The present work is not only a popularized version of the ""Treatise"", though it is a fact that it was more widely studied and more easily understood - being written as an almost Platonian dialogue between Hylas (Greek for ""matter"" - thought to be the representative for John Locke) and Philonous (Greek for ""the lover of reason"" - Berkeley's spokesman) - it also constitutes a thorough and elaborated explanation of Berkeley's central ideas and the emergence of many of the principal thoughts that we now associate with him and his anti-materialist philosophy.""In this Treatise, which does not presuppose in the Reader, any Knowledge of what was contained in the former (i.e. the ""Treatise""), it has been my Aim to Introduce the Notions I advance, into the Mind, in the most easy and familiar manner" especially, because they carry with them a great Opposition to the Prejudices of Philosophers, which have so far prevailed against the common Sense and natural Notions of Mankind.If the principles, which I here endeavour to propagate, are admitted true" the Consequences which, I think, evidently flow from thence, are, that Atheism and Scepticism will be utterly destroyed, many intricate Points made plain, great Difficulties solved, several useless Parts of Science retrenched, Speculation referred to Practise, and Men reduced from Paradoxes to common Sense"" (Preface, pp. (7-8)).In the present work, Berkeley, one of the greatest thinkers of early modern philosophy, sets out to alter the direction of philosophy and set straight the boundaries of man's knowledge of himself and the world around him. He seeks to bring back man to common sense and to bring back science and knowledge to that which is essential and factual. In the present work he famously defends the idealism, because of which he is still considered one of the greatest metaphysicians ever. As his ""Treatise"" is remembered today for the famous phrase ""Esse est percipi"" - to be is to be perceived - so his ""Dialogues"" is remembered for the introduction of the perceptual relativity argument (stating that the same object can have different characteristics, e.g. shape, colour, etc., depending on the perspective of the observer, e.g. distance, angle, light, etc.). Furthermore, as Berkeley had used God in the ""Principles"" as the CAUSE or originator of our ideas of sense, in the ""Dialogues"" he brings God a very important step further, stating that our ideas must EXIST IN God when not perceived by us, thus seeing this as the warrant for the continuity of our ideas (God being unchanging). This leap (from claiming that God must cause our ideas to claiming that our ideas must exist in God) that Berkeley thus takes in the ""Dialogues"" is among the most important within his philosophy, guaranteeing continuous existence to physical objects. The work is considered the foremost representative of Berkeley's phenomenalism.""George Berkeley, Bishop of Cloyne, was one of the great philosophers of the early modern period. He was a brilliant critic of his predecessors, particularly Descartes, Malebranche, and Locke. He was a talented metaphysician famous for defending idealism, that is, the view that reality consists exclusively of minds and their ideas. Berkeley's system, while it strikes many as counter-intuitive, is strong and flexible enough to counter most objections. His most-studied works, the Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge (Principles, for short) and Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous (Dialogues), are beautifully written and dense with the sort of arguments that delight contemporary philosophers. He was also a wide-ranging thinker with interests in religion (which were fundamental to his philosophical motivations), the psychology of vision, mathematics, physics, morals, economics, and medicine. Although many of Berkeley's first readers greeted him with incomprehension, he influenced both Hume and Kant, and is much read (if little followed) in our own day."" (SEP).Berkeley published his first important philosophical work, ""Essay Toward a New Theory of Vision"" in 1709, aged 24. The book was well-received and a second edition came out later that same year. The following year he published ""A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge"" , in which he sought to lay out a complete philosophical system based on the idea that the only existing entities in the world are ideas and the mind that perceives them. The work was not very well received, however. This did not affect his search for truth, though, and he continued the outlay of his philosophical system in his ""Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous"", which was printed in 1713. Though neither of the two works were well received and appeared in small numbers, they are by far the most important and enduring of all of his works. The view that he presents in the ""Dialogues"" is that which he called ""immaterialism"" (now ""idealism""). He considered this anti-materialism the perfect answer to and refutation of skepticism and atheism, and his theories later became the foundation of much idealistic philosophy.""Upon the common Principles of Philosophers, we are not assured of the Existence of Things from their being perceived. And we are taught to distinguish their real Nature from that which falls under our Senses. Hence arise Scepticism and Paradoxes. It is not enough, that we see and feel, that we taste and smell a thing. Its true Nature, its absolute external Entity, is still concealed. For, tho it be the Fiction of our own Brain, we have made it inaccessible to all our Faculties. Sense is fallacious, Reason defective. We spend our Lives in doubting of those things which other Men evidently know, and believing those things which they laugh at and despise..."" (Preface, p. (6)).The first edition of this important work is very difficult to find. It was published in an edition together with the ""Treatise"" in 1734, which, though also scarce, is the edition of the work that most libraries and institutions have in their holdings, seeing that the first editions of both works are of even greater scarcity. We have only been able to locate three copies in libraries worldwide.‎

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‎Berkeley George‎

Reference : RO60148632

(1979)

ISBN : 0915144611

‎Three dialogues betweens Hylas and Philonous the defign of which is plainlyto desmonstrate the Reality and Perfection of Humane Knowledge, the Incorporeal Nature of the soul and the Immediate Providence of a Deity in opposition to Sceptics and Atheists‎

‎Hackett publishing company. 1979. In-4. Broché. Etat passable, Coins frottés, Dos fané, Intérieur acceptable. 105 pages. Texte en anglais. Notes à l'encre hors texte. Quelques rousseurs. Légères pliures. Dos frotté.. . . . Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon‎


‎Introduction par Robert Merrihew Adams. Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon‎

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‎Berkeley, George‎

Reference : 109857

(1979)

‎Viaggio in Italia‎

‎Berkeley, George: Viaggio in Italia. 1979. 370 pages. Hardback. 23 x 16cms. Text in Italian.‎


‎Text in Italian‎

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‎BERKELEY (George) - [DUBOIS (PIerre)].-‎

Reference : 46769

‎Siris. 1744. Introduction, traduction et notes de Pierre Dubois.‎

‎ P., Vrin, 1971, in 8° broché, 164 pages ; quelques rares annotations au crayon ou au stylo rouge. ‎


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‎Berkeley (George) - G. Beauvalon et D. Parodi (Trad.)‎

Reference : 74177

(1925)

‎Dialogues entre Hylas et Philonous - Traduction de Georges Beauvalon et Dominique Parodi‎

‎Librairie Félix Alcan Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1925 Book Condition, Etat : Bon broché , sous couverture imprimée éditeur crème, illustrée d'une gravure en noir et blanc In-8 1 vol. - 266 pages‎


‎ 1ere édition de cette traduction Contents, Chapitres : Notice biographique, La philosophie des Dialogues, Note sur les traductions des Dialogues, LXV, Texte, 201 pages - Les dialogues : Préface - 3 dialogues. legeres pliures aux coins du plat supérieur, ainsi qu'aux coins des premieres pages, infime petite tache sur le plat supérieur, legere dechirure sur le haut du mors du plat supérieur, intérieur en bon état, papier legerement jauni, quelques annotations tres propres à l'encre sur une dizaine de pages, principalement dans les marges, signature de l'ancien propriétaire sur le haut des deux premières pages et sur la dernière, cela reste un bon exemplaire de lecture‎

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‎BERKELEY GEORGE (PUCELLE Jean)‎

Reference : 88558

‎Berkeley ou l'itinéraire de l'âme à Dieu. Collection : Philosophes de tous les temps, N° 35.‎

‎Paris, Seghers, 1967. 13 x 16, 191 pp., quelques illustrations broché, bon état.‎


‎Présentation, choix de texte, bibliographie par Jean Pucelle.‎

Librairie Ausone - Bruxelles

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‎BERKELEY (Georges)‎

Reference : 39400

‎Recherches sur les vertus de l'eau de goudron où l'on a joint des réflexions philosophiques sur divers autres sujet. Traduit de l'anglais par M. Boullier avec deux lettres de l'auteur -- PREMIERE EDITION FRANCAISE EN PARTIE ORIGINALE PUBLIEE EN 1745 A AMSTERDAM‎

‎Amsterdam, Mortier, 1745, un volume in 12 relié en plein veau, dos orné de fers dorés, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque), (petit accroc à la coiffe, coins émoussés, 24pp., 343pp.‎


‎---- PREMIERE EDITION FRANCAISE EN PARTIE ORIGINALE de l'ouvrage de BERKELEY paru dans sa version anglaise sous titre de "Siris". Cette édition française a été AUGMENTEE DES ADDITIONS ET CORRECTIONS COMMUNIQUEES PAR G. BERKELEY à M. BOUILLIER AVANT QU'IL N'ENTREPRENNE SA TRADUCTION ---- Ex libris Jean-René CLERGEAU ---- "The close interweaving of science with epistemology, as well as of metaphysics with theology, is very prominent in BERKELEY's last major work, Siris, which begins as an investigation of the medicinal virtues of tar water and ends with a disquisition on platonic philosophy. The body of the book consists, on the one hand, of a discussion of contemporary chemical theory and, on the other, of a critique of newtonian principles of explanation, of space and time and of the true interpretation of the concept of causation. The sections on chemistry are of particular interest, for they display considerable acquaintance with most of the major chemical doctrines of BERKELELY's period (e.g., Boerhaave, Homberg, Hales, Lemery, etc.), including a discussion of acids, salts, alkalies and air that leads to a discussion of fire and light, the latter providing a "bridge" to a spiritual interpretation of all phenomena. Siris thus involves an attempt to assimilate newtonian concepts to the pre complex phenomena of chemistry and animal physiology... BERKELEY's general influence extended to such writters as HUME, MACLAURIN and KANT in the eighteenth century and MILL, HELMHOLTZ and MACH in the nineteenth. He also anticipated many of the ideas of twentieth-century philosophers of science". (DSB II pp. 16/18) ---- Heirs of Hippocrates N° 805 & Cole N° 113 (english ed.) - Partington II p. 506**394(00).o3‎

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‎Berkeley Gray‎

Reference : 004090

‎Jacht Op De Gouden Stem‎

‎ Nederlandse Boekenclub Reliure Toile Rouge Décorative Den Haag 256 bladden in -16 ‎


‎Bon État ‎

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‎Berkeley (Introd. et trad. de Jean Pucelle)‎

Reference : 37907

(1952)

‎Alciphron ou le pense-menu‎

‎Aubier Montaigne Couverture souple Paris 1952 ‎


‎Très bon In-8. 343 pages. Signature d'un ancien propriétaire en page de garde. Coll. "Philosophie de l'Esprit".‎

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‎BERKELEY (IX)‎

Reference : RO60025407

(1920)

‎LA SIRIS‎

‎Armand Colin. 1920. In-8. Broché. Etat d'usage, Couv. défraîchie, Coiffe en tête abîmée, Intérieur bon état. 159 pages. Tampon incrusté Hommage des éditeurs.. . . . Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎


‎Les Classiques de la philosophie. Publié pour la première fois en 1744. Trad. française de G. Beauvalon et D. Parodi. Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎

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‎BERKELEY (M.)‎

Reference : 391

‎L'analyste. Traduit de l'anglais par A. Leroy -- PREMIERE EDITION FRANCAISE‎

‎P., PUF, 1936; un volume in 8, broché, couverture imprimé (couverture légèrement défraîchie), 44pp., 79pp.‎


‎---- PREMIERE EDITION FRANCAISE**391/k5+cav/E2+392.K4(rel)‎

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‎BERKELEY (M.)‎

Reference : 392

‎L'analyste. Traduit de l'anglais par A. Leroy -- PREMIERE EDITION FRANCAISE -- BEL EXEMPLAIRE RELIE‎

‎P., PUF, 1936, un volume in 8 relié en cartonnage bradel, étiquette de titre rouge, 44pp., 79pp.‎


‎---- PREMIERE EDITION FRANCAISE ---- BEL EXEMPLAIRE RELIE392.K4+391.K5&CAV/E2(br)‎

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‎Berkeley, M.J.‎

Reference : BP11111

(1836)

‎The English Flora of Sir James Edward Smith. Class XXIV. Cryptogamia, by William Jackson Hooker. Vol. V. Part II. Comprising the Fungi.‎

‎1836 pp. [1], 227-386, i-xv, contemporary hcalf. Interleaved copy in which the worth is not so much the book itself but the 19th century aquarel drawings of mushrooms and the notes added to these drawings by an unknown painter. In all there are 13 coloured drawings, some have notes and dates added to them some have not. Dates range from 1856 to 1897. For instance there is a drawing of which the note reads ''Cordiceps capitata - on truffles; found on under-beech, Shedfield, Oct. 24/78.''‎


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‎BERKELEY MOLLY‎

Reference : RO60105783

(1967)

‎BEADED BUBBLES‎

‎Hamish Hamilton. 1967. In-8. Relié. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 157 pages. Photo en noir et blanc en frontispice. Illustré de nombreuses photos en noir et blanc hors texte. Tranche de tête rouge. Annotations en page de garde (ex-libris).. Avec Jaquette. . . Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon‎


‎Foreword by L.P. HARTLEY. Illustrated. Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon‎

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‎BERKELEY MOYNIHAN‎

Reference : R160118397

(1924)

‎DEUX LECONS SUR L'ULCERE GASTRIQUE & DUODENAL‎

‎CHEZ GASTON DOIN. 1924. In-8. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 70 pages. Nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc, dans le texte et hors texte. Etiquette sur le second de couverture. Ouvrage débroché. Rousseurs sur les tranches.. . . . Classification Dewey : 610-Sciences médicales. Médecine‎


‎Traduction par Victor PAUCHET Classification Dewey : 610-Sciences médicales. Médecine‎

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‎BERKELEY, Par A. LEROY‎

Reference : RO40096297

(1943)

‎OEUVRES CHOISIES DE BERKELEY, TOME I‎

‎Aubier. 1943. In-8. Broché. Bon état, Couv. légèrement passée, Dos frotté, Intérieur bon état. 382 pages.. . . . Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎


‎'Bibliothèque philosophique'. Trad., préface et notes de A. Leroy. Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎

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‎BERKELEY, Par A. LEROY‎

Reference : RO40095909

(1944)

‎OEUVRES CHOISIES DE BERKELEY, TOME II‎

‎Aubier. 1944. In-12. Broché. Etat passable, Livré sans Couverture, Dos abîmé, Quelques rousseurs. 300 pages. Cahiers se détachant. Quelques annotations au crayon dans le texte. Pages de garde passées.. . . . Classification Dewey : 820-Littératures anglaise et anglo-saxonne‎


‎'Bibliothèque philosophique'. Trad., avec préface et notes. Classification Dewey : 820-Littératures anglaise et anglo-saxonne‎

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‎BERKELEY, Par A. LEROY‎

Reference : RO40118178

(1969)

‎OEUVRES CHOISIES, TOME II‎

‎Aubier. 1969. In-12. Broché. Etat du neuf, Couv. légèrement passée, Dos frotté, Intérieur frais. 382 pages. Texte en anglais et en français en vis-à-vis. Annotation en page de garde.. . . . Classification Dewey : 820-Littératures anglaise et anglo-saxonne‎


‎'La philosophie en poche'. Principes de la connaissance humaine (bilingue), Obéissance passive (extraits). Trad. et notes de André Leroy. Classification Dewey : 820-Littératures anglaise et anglo-saxonne‎

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‎BERKELEY, Par A.-L. LEROY‎

Reference : RO60136380

(1961)

‎BERKELEY, L'IMMATERIALISME (Les Grands Textes)‎

‎PUF. 1961. In-12. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur acceptable. 203 pages. Nombreuses annotations au crayon dans le texte (ouvrage de travail).. . . . Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎


‎'Les Grands Textes', Bibliothèque classique de Philosophie, dir. par C. KHODOSS et J. LAUBIER. Textes choisis par André-Louis Leroy. Classification Dewey : 100-PHILOSOPHIE ET DISCIPLINES CONNEXES‎

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‎BERKELEY, Par G. BEAULAVON, D. PARODI‎

Reference : RO40253043

(1895)

‎OEUVRES CHOISIES DE BERKELEY, TOME I, Essai d'une nouvelle théorie de la vision, Dialogues entre Hylas et Philonous‎

‎Félix Alcan, Paris. 1895. In-8. Relié. Etat d'usage, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur acceptable. 284 pages. 1er plat de l'ouvrage broché conservé (abîmé). Titre doré sur le dos. Etiquette de code sur la couverture. Quelques tampons et annotations de bibliothèque. Quelques feuillets détachés.. . . . Classification Dewey : 820-Littératures anglaise et anglo-saxonne‎


‎Trad. de l'anglais par G. Beaulavon et D. Parodi. Essai d'une nouvelle théorie de la vision. Dialogues entre Hylas et Philonous. Classification Dewey : 820-Littératures anglaise et anglo-saxonne‎

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‎BERKELEY / PUCELLE (J.)‎

Reference : 18948

‎Alciphron ou le pense-menu‎

‎Paris, Aubier Montaigne, philosophie de l'esprit, 1952. In-8 (230x140mm) broché, 343 p. Quelques petites marques au crayon de papier (très facilement effaçables). Très bon état général. ‎


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‎BERKELEY, Rev Miles Joseph‎

Reference : 80510

(1860)

‎Outlines Of British Fungology : Containing Characters Of Above A Thousand Species Of Fungi, And A Complete List Of All That Have Been Described As Natives Of The British Isles‎

‎Londres, Lovell Reeve, 1860, in-8, XVIII-442 pp, 24 planches dont 23 en couleurs, pleine percaline de l'éditeur brune estampée à froid, plat orné d'un fleuron central doré, dos lisse, titre et auteur doré au dos, PREMIÈRE ÉDITION de cette monographie des champignons des îles britanniques, illustrées, en fin de volumes, de 24 planches dont 23 rehaussées de couleurs et gommées. Elle contient un index par genre et espèces et une introduction sur la nature des champignons des îles britanniques. Cachets de l'Institut catholique de Paris. Coiffes frottées. Couverture rigide‎


‎Bon XVIII-442 pp., 24 planches‎

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