A Philosophical Essay on Man. Being an Attempt to Investigate the Principles and Laws of the Reciprocal Influence of the Soul on the Body

[MARAT, Jean Paul]

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Place Published: London
Publisher: H. Setchel
Date Published: 1775

Description: 2 volumes, bound in one. [4], xxx, ii, 33-271; [1], iv, 4-264. Thick 8vo, recently bound in full tan morocco; gilt and black-stamped spine with raised bands and burgundy leather label. London, H. Setchel, 1775. Second edition in English. Light occasional foxing and a handful of pages with delicate ink marginalia, still a near fine copy in a fine binding of this rather scarce metaphysical work.

Comments: A translation of "DE l'Homme" by J.P. Marat. OCLC lists only 7 copies of this edition including those at The University of Pennsylvania, The British Library & Bibliotheque Municipale de Lyon.

Edition: Second
Binding: hardcover
Condition: near fine
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 248940

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