Amsterdam, et se trouve a Paris: Chez Guillyn…, 1759. First edition. A little light foxing, a couple of small marginal tears. A fine, unopened copy. Original flexible boards with title in manuscript on spine. Twelvemo. xxxviii, 270 pp. Item #13043
Boullier (1699-1759) was a Dutch Protestant theologian. A student of Locke and Pascal, he wrote several works refuting the philosophes. Perhaps his best known book is Essai philosophique sur l’ame des betes ou l’on traite de son existence & de sa nature (1728). He died in London.
OCLC lists five copies of the present work—at Harvard, Dartmouth, Michigan State, Oklahoma, and UC San Diego.