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Duns Scotus, John.
OPERA OMNIA. LYON: LAURENCE DURAND, 1639
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Duns Scotus, John.
OPERA OMNIA. LYON: LAURENCE DURAND, 1639
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Duns Scotus, John.
OPERA OMNIA. LYON: LAURENCE DURAND, 1639

12 parts in 16 volumes, first edition, folio (362 x 242mm.), separate title-pages printed in red and black, engraved device to title-pages by Jean Picquet, engraved portrait frontispiece by Cornelis Bloemaert, uniform old limp vellum, some ties still extant, Kk5 in volume one misbound at end, volumes 1 and 3 lacking final (?blank) leaf, small tears with loss (affecting a few letters), spotting, bindings slightly worn, one binding gnawed; sold not subject to return


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Provenance

The Capuchin House at Madague, inscription in volume 5a; "Sold by C. J. Stewart, 11 King William Street, W. Strand, London", label on pastedown of volume 5a

Bibliographie

DSB IV, 255; Brunet V, 239

Description

"Scotia me genuit, Anglia me suscepit,/Gallia me docuit, Colonia me tenet." Such was the (anonymous) epitaph for the "Subtle Doctor", whose metaphysical philosophy influenced more widely even than his memorial suggests. Edited by Luke Wadding and containing the commentaries of Lychetus, Ponce, MacCaughwell and Hickey, this was the first collected editon of Duns Scotus. The edition was reprinted in 1891-95 and again in 1968 under the auspices of the Scotist Commission.

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