A very lovely edition by Abbé de Condillac, who was very close to Rousseau, a friend of Diderot from 1745 onwards, and who maintained good relationships with the philosophers of the Encyclopaedia, without directly collaborating on it.
A complete copy as such, containing the Traité des systèmes in its entirety.
“A scholarly philosophical study on the different systems, on divination, on monads, on Leibnitz, on Spinoza...” (in Caillet).
"Condillac practises here a typology of knowledge systems in different fields: metaphysics, physics, politics and the arts."
L'abbé de Condillac - Traité des Systèmes - 1769.
Binding in good condition, work in its marbled blonde full sheepskin binding, Jansenist covers, smooth spine adorned with a gilded double fillet frame, a small lack of leather on the tail of the spine, garnished with gilded fleurettes and stippling, cream-coloured morocco title label, gilded title, gilded long fillets on the tail, gilded fillets on the cuts, all edges red, work in protective plastic film.
Inside in good condition, rare soiling, lovely headbands, culs-de-lampe, ornamental initials, the last two leaves (table) are frayed, marbled endpapers.
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