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Lessio Leonardo (Leonardus Lessius)
De Iustitia et Iure ceterisque Virtutibus Cardinalibus, libri quator
Venezia, Andrea Baba, 1617. One volume in folio ; (68) unnumbered pages incl. title and one blank, 611 numbered pages, (1) blank; contemporary vellum, raised bands, spine somewhat later renewed to style with handwritten title, ties renewed as well as endpapers, title printed in red and black and reinforded in upper margin, first and last leaves browned in outer margins, else only occasional light foxing or light traces of humidity in outer margins, in all a good copy. Bound after: Opuscula varia, Venezia, Baba, 1617, with main title. These opuscula varia consist of: De Summo Bono et aeterna beatitudine hominis (14), 87, (1) pp.; Quae Fides et religio sit capessanda consultatio (3), pp. 92-124 ; Disputatio de statu vitae deligengo, et religionis ingressu, (2), pp. 127-158, (2) ; De Antichristo et eius precursoribus (12), pp. 173-216 ; Hygiasticon seu vera ratio valetudinis bonae (8), pp. 225-240. Bound after : De Providentia Numinis et Animi immortalitate Venezia, Andrea Baba, 1617. 57, (3) pp. First Italian edition of the famous work of the Belgian jesuit Leonardus Lessius (de Leys) (1554-1623). The first edition was published 1605 in Leuven. Lessius was the main representative of economic reasoning of the late scholastic. His thinking was strongly influenced by the authors of the School of Salamanca (Azpilcueta, Covarrubias, Domingo de Soto, Juan de Mariana, Fr. De Vitoria and others). His work had an enormous success. Between 1605 and 1734 it experienced 20 editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Stecher [Egelsbach, Germany]
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