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Karim, Crescentius and Johannes Duns Scotus
Krisper Manufacturing From Scotus 1735: Philosophia Scholae Scotisticae
Augsburg, Wolff, 1735. Item details Philosophia scholae scotisticae / Solida expositio librorum tum logicalium, physicorum, et metaphysicorum Scoti. Instituciones dialecticas, logicam, physicam, libros de Coelis, de generatione et corruptione de anima, et methaphysicam universam. 3 parts in one volume. Krisper, Crescentius and Johannes Duns Scotus: Augsburg, Wolff, 1735. Folio (33 x 20 cm). [6] p., 44 p., [5] p., 333 p., 7 p. + [3 Bl], XII, 444 S., [9] Bl. + 104 S, [4] sheets Parchment tape of the time. Language: German Order number: 118464 Remarks: * Only edition. - Large edition of Scotus' work on philosophy edited by Krisper: 1. Part: logic - 2. Part: Physica universa quadripartita de corpore naturali simplici coelesti, mixto et animato. - 3rd Part: Metaphysica universa. in Libros metaphysicales Aristotelis. - Identical to the digitized copy of the Bavarian State Library, only the last page is different in the printed text (larger censorship note and different text sequence. - Johannes Duns Scotus (ca.1266 in Scotland; d. 1308 in Cologne) was a Scottish theologian and philosopher of scholasticism. As one of the most important Franciscan theologians, he founded the scholastic direction of Scotism named after him. As one of the first medieval thinkers, he regarded philosophy and theology as different disciplines with different statements. He was also called "Doctor Subtilis". - Krisper "was one of the most capable scholastically educated theologians of his (Franciscan) order" (ADB XVII, 172). - Here is a beautiful and complete folio edition of the Baroque period. First tit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun (bbraun_de) [Gengenbach, Germany]
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