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De veritate, prout distinguitur a revelatione, a verisimili, a possibili, et a falso [bound with:] De causis errorum (1656)

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  • Vendu par Boekenantiquariaat de Lezenaar
    2 parts in one volume: [8],321,[i] + 152,34,[18] pp., "Editio tertia" (in fact this is the 4th edition ; 1st in Paris 1624, 2nd in London 1633, 3rd enlarged in 1645), contemporary full vellum bit soiled though in very good condition, 14cm., text in good condition but paper is somewhat browned on quite some pages, old inscription on second last blanco endpaper, good condition, rare, [Herbert of Cherbury, 1583-1648, religious philosopher and considered as "the father of English Deism", created with his major work "De Veritate" the first purely metaphysical treatise ever written by an Englishman. In "De Veritate" he states the 5 articles which became the charter of English Deism. "De causis errorum" deals with logical fallacies but was unfinished. Both works are clearly meant to be published together and are commonly so bound], F96168
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