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Commentatio historico-philosophica Helmstedt, Aenesidemus, oder ueber die Fundamente der von dem Herrn Prof. A separately published portrait was added to a few copies only. Van der Linde Als zedekunst, staatkunde, verbetering van 't verstant, brieven en antwoorden. Uit verscheide talen in de Nederlandsche gebragt.
Fading vague waterstain in upper right corner. First only Dutch edition, very rare. Published simultaneously with the Latin edition. It contains the same pieces as the Latin edition, with the exception of the Hebrew grammar, with own half-titles: Zedekunst, in vijf delen onderscheiden p. Met des zelfs antwoort p. This is preceded by Jarig Jelles' original Dutch preface.
Since Spinoza's literary remains were only shortly before his death given to his Amsterdam publisher Jan Rieuwertsz the translations of the various pieces were not made from the printed Latin edition, but at leasted partly made earlier. Though the translation of the whole work has often been ascribed to J. Glazemaker it is likely that some of Spinoza's Amsterdam friends had worked on translations of various parts and that Glazemaker did the final editing only. Glazemaker Bookseller's ticket 'Lucien Bodin, Paris' to front free endpaper.
First French edition of the Tractatus theologico-politicus. It also contains, printed here for the first time, Remarques curieuses, et necessaires pour l'intelligence de ce livre the last 30 pages of the volume , a translation of the annotations made by Spinoza in his own copy of the Latin edition a few months before his death in They can be distinguished by a great number of typographical and other differences: types used for the marginal notes and chapter headings, size of the sheets, etc.
They also noticed that the watermark of the paper used for one of the editions is similar to that of the paper used for the Latin and Dutch editions of the Opera posthuma and on that and a few other observations suggest that this edition has priority. Several copies are known that have two or three of these title-pages. None of the bibliographers disclose the real publisher of this book, but it may be assumed that it was Jan Rieuwertsz.
Second French edition of the Tractatus theologico-politicus , rare with all three different title-pages. Bamberger two titles only. Uit het Latijn vertaalt. First Dutch edition, very rare , of the Tractatus theologico-politicus. The translation was done by Jan Hendrik Glazemaker already shortly after the appearance of the Latin edition. It was presumably urged by Spinoza's friend Jarig Jelles who did not know Latin. In his letter of 17 February Spinoza objected against the printing of the translation, but manuscript copies circulated. More than 20 years afterwards the manuscript was brought to the publisher, the son of Spinoza's earlier publisher Jan Rieuwertsz sr, by an unidentified 'doctor of medicine and illustrious philosopher'.
A second, anonymous translation appeared the next year with a slightly different title Een rechtsinnige theologant, of godgeleerde staatkunde. Small 8vo. With some woodcut figures in the text, and some head- and tail-pieces and decorated initials.
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Without the portrait. Spinoza's name, on the title indicated as 'B. Signature of a former owner dated on front free endpaper. It was the first work of Spinoza translated into German. It is preceded by a preface to this translation and a translation of Jarig Jelles' preface to the Opera posthuma.
It has an own half-title Scharf erwiesene Sittenlehre nach geometrischer Lehrart vorgetragen. The translator Johann Lorenz Schmidt was a follower of Christian Wolf and acquired some fame for his rationalistic annotated and highly controversial translation into German of the Pentateuch, known as the Wertheim Bible The Ethica is followed by a translation of a part of Christian Wolff's refutation of Spinoza in the second part of his Theologia naturalis of Bamberger suggested that Schmidt added Wolff's refutation 'probably as a safeguard'.
A very nice copy. A new issue of the second and third volume of Spinoza's Philosophische Schriften published by Bekmann in Gera between and The first volume of that edition contains the Tractatus theologico-politicus but was not reissued. This is a new translation of the Ethica by Schack Hermann Ewald , a jurist, man of letters, Kantian, and freemason from Gotha. The first German translation of the Ethica by Johann Lorenz Schmidt was published in , together with a refutation by Christian Wolff. The translator added a long preface and several critical notes. In the preface he refers to Wolf's refutation, but that refutation is not, as Bamberger erroneously notes, included.
Ewald had earlier published German translations of the Tractatus de intellectus emendatione and the Tractatus politicus. Iterum edenda curavit, praefationes, vitam auctoris, nec non notitias, quae ad historiam scriptorum pertinent addidit Henr. Gottlob Paulus. With engraved portrait by Johann Heinrich Lips. First critical edition of Spinoza's works. The first volume contains Renati des Cartes principiorum philosophiae , with the appended Cogitata metaphysica , the Tractatus theologico-politicus , with the Remarques curieuses et necessaires pour l'intelligence de ce livre , and the Epistolae.
The second volume contains the Opera posthuma and Collectanea de vita B. Both volumes have a preface by the editor Heinrich Eberhard Gottlob Paulus , professor of philosophy and theology at Jena. Hegel contributed to the preface of the second volume. Erster Band [ all published ]. Die Ethik enthaltend.
Berlin und Stettin, Friedrich Nicolai Name on title. First only edition of this translation of the Ethica. A projected second volume with Spinoza's letters never appeared. According to Bamberger this translation by Friedrich Willhelm Schmidt, professor of modern languages in Berlin, was 'excellent'.
Freye Uebersetzung und mit Anmerkungen begleitet von Dr. Finsterlin Title almost detached. First only edition of this 'free translation' of the Tractatus theologico-politicus. With a preface in which Spinoza is praised as 'one of the greatest and most consistent thinkers, the Plato of all centuries', and with numerous annotations 'which stressed subservience of reason to religion'. It is very rare because the larger part of this edition was confiscated by the Bavarian police. Edidit et praefationem adjecit A. Stuttgardiae, J.
Metzleri [Stuttgart, J. Metzler] With 2 engraved plates on 1 folding leaf showing the figures of the Renati des Cartes principiorum philosophiae and the Ethica. Wanting half-title: Corpus philosophorum optimae notae, qui ab restauratione litterarum ad Kantium usque floruerunt III Contemp.
Some spotting in the beginning, stamp on title, former owner's entries on front endpaper. This edition contains the same works as in Paulus' collected edition of , with the exception of the Compendium grammaticae linguae Hebraeae from the Opera posthuma. It includes Paulus' synopsis of biographical information. It has several errors of Paulus' edition of corrected, but new errors introduced.
August Friedrich Gfroerer , a librarian from Stuttgart, added a preface. Stuttgart, J. Scheible CXXV,; ; ; ; p. With steel-engraved portrait and folding facsimile. Uncut in orig. First edition of Auerbach's translation of the collected works, preceded by a long biography. A second revised and enlarged appeared Traduites par Emile Saisset.
Avec une introduction du traducteur. Vie de Spinoza. Paris, Charpentier Cancelled library stamp on title of first volume. First collected edition in French. This had appeared in French already in in a translation by De Saint-Glain, but the present translator in his introduction strongly disapproves of it, saying that it has 'no page without error or without contrary sense'. The second volume contains the first French editions of the Ethica , the Tractatus de intellectus emendatione and the Epistolae.
Carolus Riedel. Lipsiae [Leipzig], sumtibus Hermanni Hartung This edition combines Descartes' Meditationes de prima philosophia , without the objections and letters, with Spinoza's Tractatus de intellectus emendatione and his Tractatus politicus , the treatise De jure ecclesiasticorum , at that time attributed to Spinoza, now by some to Pieter de la Court, and the Ethica.
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Ex editionibus principibus denuo edidit et praefatus est Carolus Hermannus Bruder. Editio stereotypa. Leipzig, ex officina Bernhardi Tauchnitz An esteemed edition based upon the original seventeenth-century editions, It has the errors of Paulus' edition of corrected and some valuable prefaces and annotations. It was, and still is, much used by Spinoza scholars.
Karl Hermann Bruder was a Lutheran theologian from Saxony. Paris, rue Saint-Lazare, 82 et chez tous les libraires First French edition of the Tractatus politicus , amply annotated by the translator p. Avec une introduction critique. Paris, G. Charpentier .
Second enlarged edition. Continens tractatum hucusque ineditum de Deo et homine, tractatum de iride, epistolas nonnullas ineditas, et ad eas vitamque philosophi collectanea. Amstelodami, Fredericum Muller With small oval portrait and folding facsimile of a letter from Spinoza small tear in inner margin. Stamps on verso of portrait. First complete edition of Spinoza's Tractatus de Deo et homine , or Korte verhandeling van god. After the appearance of that volume the Amsterdam bookseller Frederik Muller traced a mid-eighteenth century manuscript of the same tract.
When Johannes van Vloten was working at the publication of that manuscript another, earlier manuscript of a Dutch translation was discovered. The present critical edition presents these texts in Dutch and Latin. Buttstaedt, has long been believed to be a portrait of Spinoza painted by Van der Spyck, Spinoza's landlord for the last six years of his life and a house-painter, but this has now been rejected.
Berlin, L. Heimann From the Latin. Boucher Recent boards. Uebersetzt vpn J. Stamp on first free endpapers. Berlin, Erich Koschny L. Heimann's Verlag Zweite Auflage. Erster und zweiter Theil. Mit einem Anhang: Metaphysische Gedanken des Letztern Theologisch-politische Abhandlung Politische Abhandlung Cotta'schen Buchhandlung With an engraved portrait by V.
Second revised edition edited by B. This edition has been enlarged with the Kurzgefasste Abhandlung von Gott , translated from the only recently discovered Dutch text, a contemporary translation from Spinoza's original Latin text.
The translations of the Latin texts have been corrected with the help of C. Schaarschmidt and the biographical part has been revised and enlarged with the help of material published since the first edition of Tradotto dal testo Latino per Carlo Sarchi. Milano, tipografia di Lodovico Bortolotti Some quires browned. First Italian edition of the Tractatus theologico-politicus. Aangewezen door V. Amsterdam, J. One of various issues of the original edition, all published by the same printer and to be distinguished by small typographical differences only.
Pieter and his brother Johan de la Court were the major political and economic theorists of the Dutch Republic. Their work, inspired by Machiavelli and Hobbes, has been seen as the ideological basis of the republican government of Johan de Witt. There is general agreement that the work of the brothers exercised a profound influence on the political philosophy of Spinoza. The present work is the best known of the brothers, with translations into English, French and German that went through several editions.
It emphasizes on the economic aspects of republican government, with a strong plea for free competition.
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It is assumed that Johan de Witt contributed two chapters to it. A second much enlarged edition appeared under the title Aanwysing der heilsame politike gronden en maximen van de Republike van Holland en West-Vriesland. Pieter de la Court has also been named as the author of the pseudonymous 'Spinozistic' treatise De jure ecclesiasticorum , for a long time held for Spinoza's own work, and even in included in Riedel's edition of the philosophical works of Descartes and Spinoza.
Waer by is gevoegd de Oorsprong der Nederlandse troublen wel eer beschreven door Viglius With engraved title. Mitsgaders een korte verhandelinge van de nootsaeckelickheyt ofte den ondienst van des stadthouders hooge ampten Amsterdam, Jan Rieuwertsz. Blind stamp and old name on title. First only edition. He is best known for his work Het licht op den kandelaar , anonymously published the previous year and again in as a supplement to Jarig Jelles' Belydenisse des algemeenen en christelyken geloofs , identified as a Spinozist tract.
He is also known as the translator into Dutch of Spinoza's book on Descartes. Balling was an active member of the Mennonite community in Amsterdam. With the present pamphlet, published by Spinoza's publisher Jan Rieuwertsz he sided with the liberal Lamists, followers of Abraham Galenus in the conflict with the conservative Zonists, followers of Samuel Apostool. Eleutheropoli [Amsterdam, Jan Rieuwertsz] Later half calf, back rubbed, red edges. Stamp on verso title, modern bookplate to front paste down. Some annotations and underlinings, touched by the binder's knife when rebound. An old hand added on the title: 'Autor Ludovicus Meier Medicus, Spinosae amicus Amstelodamensis', another hand added some bibliographical references.
First edition. A famous treatise by one of Spinoza's closest friends, at the time thought to have been written by Spinoza himself, and in and reprinted together with Spinoza's Tractatus. The authorship of Meyer was revealed by his friends shortly after his death. Meyer was a Cartesian physician, playwriter and lexicographer.
He here argues that the Bible should be understood through human reason and interpreted philosophically. Not surprisingly the publication of the book created a scandal and it was forbidden on 19 July , together with Spinoza's Tractatus and Hobbes' Leviathan. A Dutch translation was published in and a new edition more than a century later.
Bamberger 3. Amsterdam, Jacobus Wagenaar [ engraved title ] With engraved title, portrait and folding table. Mild browning throughout; small corner of engraved title torn without loss of printed surface. First Dutch edition, second issue. The translation has long been attributed to Spinoza's friend Lambert van Velthuysen, yet recently to Abraham van Berckel or Berkel. Van Berckel was another friend of Spinoza, a theologian and physician, and an ardent republican and freethinker.
He was also intimate with Adriaan Koerbagh, for whom he tried to find a printer for his book Een ligt schijnende in duystere plaatsen. Title leaf once torn, now underlaid with loss of a few letters. Some browning and staining. On front endpaper and two blanks early annotations in ink. Reissue of the extremely rare first edition.
A famous dictionary of loan words used in theology, jurisprudence, medicine, etc. A reckless venture, written in the vernacular, that presented its author, close to Spinoza and Franciscus van den Enden, ten years imprisonment in the Amsterdam rap-house. He died within a year. An interesting copy with on the front endpaper and two blanks early annotations in ink, including references to a hitherto unrecorded source Zodiacus Mercurialis , , and a few passages with apparent aproval underlined.
The first issue appeared the same year, with imprint Leiden, gedrukt voor Goedaart onderwijs and without the author's name on the title. Bamberger 5. First edition of the revised and considerably enlarged version of the Interest van Holland A privilege for the printer was granted by the States of Holland on 10 December , in spite of some trouble with the church council of Leiden after the publication of the Interest. Yet only a few months later on 28 May the privilege was withdrawn and the book was forbidden by the synod of South Holland because its contents was 'offensive and injurious for the Ministers of the Gospel'.
Knuttel 4. Advysen van verscheyde professoren en doctoren in de theologie, die het boeck van Lodewyck Wolzogen van de Uytlegger der Schrift orthodox verklaren. Utrecht, Joannes Ribbius Modern half cloth, marbled sides, back lettered gilt. Wolzogen, a protestant theologian from Middelburg and Cartesio-Cocceian professor at the university of Utrecht, had published a refutation of Lodwijk Meyer's Philosophia S. Scripturae interpres , at the time usually attributed to Spinoza, with the title De scripturarum interprete adversus exercitatorem paradoxum libri duo.
His refutation however was considered full of dangerous and Socinian views by some orthodox theologians, a work 'worse than Meyer's book'. Among his opponents were the the chiliastic preacher Jean de Labadie and his follower Pierre Yvon. In the the first part of this volume Wolzogen defends himself against these accusations, referring to several theologians, who had judged his book orthodox, among which were Maresius, Heidanus and Cocceius. The second part relates De Labadie's conflict with the Walloon synod of Middelburg that resulted in his dismissal.
Jan de Wit , bestaende in een partye curieuse en secrete manuscripten. Welcke verkocht sullen werden op de Zael van 's Gravenhage, maendagh den 5 July en de volgende dagen. De Catalogus sijn te bekomen in den Haegh, by de druckers van de Historie van Wicquevoort . A sequel to the catalogue of the fictitious library of the Grand Pensionary of Holland Johan de Witt, one of many pamphlets in which he and his brother Cornelis were attacked.
It lists 38 mostly non existent manuscripts or books. Item 33 is the Tractatus , 'by the apostate Jew, forged with the Devil in Hell , and published with the knowledge of Mr Jan and his accomplices'. One of at least two issues differing only in the date of the forthcoming 'auction'. Welcke verkocht sullen werden op de Zael van 's Gravenhage, maendagh den 5 Septemb. Bamberger 10 or Waer in de duystere namen der boecken klaerlijck werden vertoont en bekent gemaeckt.
Door J. With a woodcut of a key on the title.
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A 'key' to the catalogue of the fictitious library of the Grand Pensionary of Holland Johan de Witt, one of many pamphlets in which he and his brother Cornelis were attacked. The Appendix to that catalogue lists the Tractatus , 'by the apostate Jew, forged with the Devil in Hell, and published with the knowledge of Mr Jan and his accomplices'. With sphere on title.
Modern calf antique, gilt back with red label. One of three? His book includes various references to Spinoza, valuable since he had met Spinoza various times during the latter's visit to Utrecht in the summer of This volume was written as an answer to a Swiss protestant who had blamed Stouppe for lending his services to a catholic monarch to suppress a protestant nation. Stouppe here shows that, though Holland was said to be an orthodox protestant nation, in fact a great variety of religious opinions existed, including Catholics, Lutherans, Arminians, Quakers, Libertines, Socinians, Praeadamites, etc.
Also published with identical imprint but without sphere on the title. Willems suggests that that is the original edition, but he adds that the present edition, printed at Amsterdam, is nicer and printed on better paper. It was also translated into Dutch, English and German. Willems Uit de Fransche-taal in het Nederlandsch over-gezet. Amsterdam, Cyprianus vander Gracht Nieuwelijks in de Hoogduitsche taal beschreven, en daar uit vertaalt.
A refutation of Stouppe's La religion des Hollandois of the previous year. The author among other things rejects Stouppe's view that the Dutch tolerated Spinoza's writings, since 'the States General have publicly forbidden his book [the Tractatus ] and several theologians have already before the war started to refute it' p. SB German edition. Johanne Musaeo Jena, Literis Bauhoferianis [J. Modern boards. First edition of one of the earliest refutations of Spinoza's Tractatus.
Johannes Musaeus was a Lutheran theologian and professor in Jena, also known for an earlier attack on Herbert of Cherbury. Though not mentioned on the title Spinoza's name appears on the first page of this university disputation. A new edition with a different title 'Spinosismus, hoc est, tractatus theologico-politicus, quo Benedictus Spinoza, conatu improbo, demonstratu ivit, libertatem philosophandi' appeared Avec une apologie pour la religion des Estats Generaux des Provinces Unies. Contre le libelle diffamatoire de Stoupe, qui a pour titre La religion des Hollandois A Amsterdam, chez Abraham Wolfgank The author, also quoted as Johannes Braun, was a minister in Nijmegen and later professor of theology in Groningen.
He here defends Dutch religion against Stouppe's notorious pamphlet published in , with several references to Spinoza. This book is usually found bound with another work, quoted on the title page but here not present, yet without Spinoza interest. Amsterdam With engraved title and portrait. Few quires browned as usual. First Dutch edition of De cive , translated by Abraham van Berckel. Neither translator nor publisher are stated on the title, probably to avoid persecution as the Dutch edition of Hobbes' Leviathan was prohibited the previous year.
This book indeed escaped that ban. Spinoza had a copy of a Latin edition in his library. Duobus libris comprehensa: Priori ipse Tractatus examinatur atque refellitur. New blank wrappers. One of the earliest refutations of Spinoza's Tractatus. Cuperus had studied at the Remonstrant Seminary in Amsterdam and was for a short period preacher at Vlaardingen.
He then moved to Amsterdam and became printer of Socinian books. He acquired some fame as the publisher of the Bibliotheca Fratrum Polonorum , forbidden by the States of Holland in Though highly critical towards Spinoza Cuperus was nevertheless accused of Spinozistic sympathies. He was a member of the Collegiants, but his 'capricious, unreliable and false' character brought him into conflict with many of them, especially with another Spinoza critic Johannes Bredenburg, whom he in turn accused of Spinozism.
This debate is now considered as the first public debate about Spinoza's philosophy. Paris, Estienne Lucas First French edition of Stillingfleet's Letter to a deist , translated and with a preface by J.
Burcheri de Volder Medioburgi [Middelburg], typis Remigii Schreverii Medioburgi, typis viduae Remigii Schreverii And with : Disputationes philosophicae omnes contra atheos. Medioburgi, apud Johannem Lateranum And with : Exercitationes academicae, quibus Ren.
Cartesii philosophia defenditur adversus Petri Danielis Huetii Censuram philosophiae Cartesianae. Amstelaedami [Amsterdam], apud Arnoldum van Ravestein Last part of the third work and greater part of the fourth work browned. Old engraved bookplate to front paste-down.
A very rare volume containing four collections of academic orations and disputations. Burchard de Volder, supporter of Cartesianism, was appointed professor of natural philosophy in Leiden in , a position he had acquired at the recommendation of the famous Johannes Hudde. In he was charged with the direction of the newly established physics laboratory Theatrum Physicum , and shortly afterwards he also started teaching mathematics.
Though an important figure in the scientific world, corresponding with Leibniz, Newton, Huygens and many others, the only works published with his name, at least partly against his will, are academic orations and disputations. It has been a source of speculation that he never published a book of his own because his views were to close to Spinoza to be openly exposed.
Accusations of Spinozistic feelings circulated, repeated as late as by Ruardus Andala. De Volder was known to have had personal contact with Spinoza. London, printed for Moses Pitt Worm hole in inner corner of prelims not affecting text. Edward Stillingfleet, dean of St. Paul's and well- known controversialist, here presents an attack on English deism that includes a refutation of Spinoza's Tractatus. Though he does not mention Spinoza's name and only refers to 'a late author [who] I hear is mightily in vogue among many, who cry up any thing on the atheistical side', a printed marginal note unveils the title of the book of this incriminated author: 'Tractat.
The author also refers, self-evidently with repugnance, to a forthcoming translation of this book into English, which hoever did not appear before Rotterdam, Reinier Leers A 'masterwork of Christian apologetics' and the most comprehensive defence of the Protestant religion of his time. Several chapters are dedicated to Spinoza volume 1, p.
Bamberger calls it 'the first attempt of a massive and systematic refutation of Spinoza's Bible criticism by a Protestant theologian'. Abbadie studied theology at the Protestant university of Sedan and became minister of the French church at Berlin. He moved to England in where he served as a chaplain of the French church in London and then moved to Ireland. This is his most important book, many times reprinted and translated into various languages. Exhibens effectus quos corpora mota in se invicem producunt.
Et primo de depressione corporum versus terrae centrum. With 12 folding plates at end. Vaguely waterstained in lower outer corner throughout. Without the portrait added to a few copies only. Abraham Cuffeler, a jurist at the Court of Holland, was one of Spinoza's best friends and a dedicated adherent of his philosophy.
The present volume is an attempt to develop a whole body of philosophy on the basis of Spinozistic ideas.
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The impressum, identical to that of the various issues of Spinoza's Tractatus , clearly unveils the author's indebtness to Spinoza. Very rare. Adjecti sunt indices necessarii. Amstelodami [Amsterdam], apud Henricum et viduam Theodori Boom With a fine engraved title showing the author? Nineteenth century cloth-backed boards. Two modern bookplates on front endpaper, stamp to lower edge.
A stout volume of miscellaneous pieces by a Dutch Voetian theologian. The second piece De autore Pentateuchi p. Bamberger notes that the author 'has carefully studied' that book. Dans laquelle l'on refute les fondemens de son atheisme. Amsterdam, Jean Crelle Wormhole in inner margin of last leaf and endpaper, not affecting text; moderately browned throughout. First only edition, second issue an earlier issue was dated An early refutation of Spinoza's 'atheism' and Cartesian philosophy, according to the author 'the source of Spinozism', though some authors suspected Aubert of hidden Spinozistic sympathies.
A first part constitutes a 'refutation of the fundaments of his atheism', the second part treats 'the idea that we have of God, against Descartes', and the third part is directed against Malebranche. At the end a Latin letter, printed in a smaller type, to an unnamed friend on 'the origin of Spinozian unbelief'. Appointed minister in Amsterdam he was soon accused of Socinian heresy and dismissed by the church council. He established a medical practice in Amsterdam and also started a career as a prolific writer and polemist. He was an ardent advocate of religious tolerance and involved in a vigorous controversy with Pierre Jurieu, known for his orthodox and intolerant opinions.
In he returned to France, revoked his protestant views, reentered the catholic church, and wrote a number of books against his former protestant friends. Wolf and dated In the present Trois lettres Malebranche refutes these accusations. With a woodcut on p. Fine copy. The first edition of this, a volume of pages only, appeared in and 'closely followed the orthodox line of Cartesian philosophy'.
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