Traité des sensations, a Madame la Contesse de Vassé…
Condillac, Etienne Bonnot.

A Londres; & se vend a Paris: Chez de Bure l’aîné… 1754. First edition of the most comprehensive and best known work of Condillac (1714-80), French follower of Locke and Newton. Condillac’s philosophy of sensationism—that all knowledge is based on the senses—refuted Berkeley’s idealism and a Binding extremities lightly rubbed, short split to upper joint of Volume I. Generally a very good, clean copy. Contemporary French catspaw calf, gilt-decorated spines with morocco labels, edges stained red. Two volumes, twelvemo. 2], vi, 345; [iv], 335, (Item ID: 11798)


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