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Josephus Sebastianus Paulus Boulle
Cursus Philosophicus.
Nantes: Manuscript, 1749-1750. A splendid 18th-century French theological manuscript on Logic in Latin with a printed copy of the author's thesis4to (22,9 x 17,6 cm). (10), 455 pp. With 18 engravings & 1 letterpress document. Contemporary full marbled calf, covers richly decorated with double gilt-tooled frames, 8 gilt-tooled floral corner decorations, gilt central ornament depicting two joined hands within a gilt-tooled heart, symbolizing a priest, and surrounded by 4 small roses, gilt-decorated board edges and infolds, spine with 5 gilt-tooled raised bands, 4 compartments with gilt-tooled decorations and 2 compartments with gilt-tooled title and author's name.A methodical French treatise of Logic in Latin, undoubtedly lecture notes, written in a legible hand in Latin in a splendid binding.Provenance: According to an annotation on the first 2 text-leaves of the preliminaries, the author was a priest from Chateaubriant in Bretagne (between Nantes and Rennes) who studied philosophy with Professor Pierre Mace at the Faculte de Theologie of the University of Nantes in 1749-1750. "Logica Data a DD Petro Mace philosophioe professore, nec non Subtilissimo Sacroe facultatis nannetensis, Baccalaureo Theologo. Salutis Reparata, anno 1749". On the next text-leaf: "Logica Scripta a josepho Sebastiano Paulo Boulle, Castrobriandoeo; Sacerdotum, Sti Clementis Communitatis. Alumno, incepta die 4a menses novembris anno Salutis 1749 et finita anno Salutis 1750".We could not find much about Mace, nor about Boulle, but he probably taught the theories of the classical philosophers (Aristotle, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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