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Título: Der Philosoph für die Welt. Erster Theil, ...
Condición del libro: Near Fine
Second edition of the first two parts of this collection of dialogues, stories and letters edited by the Berlin professor and member of the Mittwochsgesellschaft, Johann Jakob Engel (1741-1802). A third part was published in Berlin in 1800. Contributors included Eberhard, Garve, Mendelssohn, and IMMANUEL KANT whose essay on RACE, 'Von den verschiedenen Racen der Menschen', originally published in 1775, appears here in an enlarged and extended form (pp. 100-131 of the second part). Engel was esteemed by Kant for 'upholding the honour of Germany' in literary matters (letter from Kant to Engel, 4 July 1779). Adickes 44. PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Two parts in one volume, 8vo, [iv], 152, [iv], 152 pp., contemporary blue boards with red label, lightly rubbed, some wear at corners and spine ends, edges red, front free endpaper with ownership inscription dated 1835 and more recent bookplate on verso, no library stamps, an unusually nice copy. N° de ref. de la librería ABE-13496690255
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