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First edition of this translation of Bougainville. Illustrated with a frontispiece portrait by Rigaud engraved by Daulle and 10 bands and 5 tail-lamp Eisen, engraved by Tardieu and Delafosse. Full Calf blond period. Smooth back ornate. Part of title in red morocco. Caps frayed, corners bumped. Friction to the joints and borders. The prose translation of Bougainville tends to better highlight the philosophical qualities of this book, originally in Latin verse, published in 1745. This is not only a critique of the philosophy of Epicurus and Lucretius, but also a critique of ideas Sisters of Pierre Bayle and his disciples. The book played a role in the philosophical struggle. Interesting preface to Bougainville on philosophy. Chez Hippolyte-Louis Guerin et jacques Guerin, Paris 1749 in 8 (15x22cm) (7 ff.) lxxxv, 229 pp. (2) , 388pp. 2 Tomes reliés en 1 vol
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