De Cognitione Dei et Nostri, Quatenus naturali rationis lumine, Secundum Veram Philosophiam, potest comparari Exercitationes Centrum.
First edition of the famous work about Philosophy.
Published: Duisburg, Adriani Wyngaerden 1656
The title-page is printed in red and black - some antique wormholes. Bound in the original vellum. (Please see pictures for condition)
Size: 6 by 4 by 2 1/2 inch
About the author:
Clauberg (1622-1665) German Cartesian philosopher, studied at Leiden and became professor of philosophy and theology at Herborn in 1649 and at Duisburg from 1651. He was interested in developing German as a language suitable for philosophical writing and, in his Latin writings, he frequently inserted German words and phrases, as much to help fix the German meanings as to elucidate his Latin expressions.
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