Lot 5 of 196:
Thomas Taylor's Dissertation on Aristotle 1812  

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Title:
A Dissertation on the Philosophy of Aristotle, in four books. In which his principal physical and metaphysical dogmas are unfolded; and it is shown, from indubitable evidence, that his philosophy has not been accurately known since the destruction of the Greeks. The insufficiency also of the philosophy that has been substituted by the moderns for that of Aristotle, is demonstrated
Author:
Taylor, Thomas
Place:
London
Publisher:
Printed for the Author by Robert Wilks
Date:
1812
Description:

xxviii, 577 pp. (folio)  31x23.5 (12¼x9½"), modern half morocco & marbled boards, new endpapers. First Edition.

Issued also as Vol. X of the limited edition of Aristotle's works translated by Taylor.

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Light foxing to prelims. and last 20 or so pages, some minor soiling, else a fine, untrimmed copy.
 
Item number:
247401
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