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LE CLERC, Jean
Logica: sive, ars rationcinandi
Awnsham & Johan. Churchill, London, 1692. Small Octavo. Separate title for the Ontologia. Full Contemporary calf, compartments with red leather title label, a very good copy. First edition of Le Clerc's revision of the Port Royal Logique from a Protestant, Remonstrant perspective. Jean Le Clerc (1657-1736), a Swiss Protestant by birth, was one of the outstanding figures in Anglo-Dutch intellectual history. He had a major influence on eighteenth-century French philosophy. He championed rational religion, which was later widely accepted, and was also the first disciple of John Locke, whose work he introduced to Continental audiences. A prolific author, he edited three great encyclopedias comprising eighty-three volumes which were very influential in the development of the Age of Reason. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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