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Título: Traite des sistemes, ou l'on en demele les ...
Condición del libro: Good
First edition of a work that particularly impressed Diderot who summarised it in the Encyclopédie, referring to Condillac by name. 'The Traité des systèmes is a vigorous criticism of those modern systems which are based upon abstract principles or upon unsound hypotheses. Condillac's polemic, which is inspired throughout by Locke, is directed against the innate ideas of the Cartesians, Malebranche's faculty-psychology, Leibniz's monadism and pre-established harmony, and, above all, against the conception of substance set forth in the first part of the Ethics of Baruch Spinoza' (Encyclopedia Britannica). PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: 2 parts in one volume, 12mo, [viii], 1-228, [iv], -449,  pp., contemporary mottled calf, sides scuffed, spine gilt with morocco label, small worm traces and chipping to spine ends, marbled endpapers, title-page lightly browned, scattered spotting, a good copy overall. N° de ref. de la librería ABE-13383002225
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