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1641 Nifo Pulchro & Amore Aristotelian Philosophy Human
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1641 Nifo Pulchro & Amore Aristotelian Philosophy Humanism ELZEVIER Psychology

Agostino Nifo was a 15th-century Italian philosopher who published a number of commentaries on Aristotle as well as his own works on philosophy and humanity. Two of his works, ‘De Pulchro et amore’ and ‘Tagliacocii Principem’ give a philosophical expression of human emotion. ‘De Pulchro’ propelled Nifo’s popularity and fame as he used it as a platform to argue immortality of the soul with Pomponazzi. Other topics include indulging in human pleasures, the use of the senses, and understanding beauty and love.

This 1641 first edition was published in Lyon by Lopes de Haro, one of many extensions of the house of Elzevier. (Renouard). However, contrary to most Elzevier printings, neither of the works in this tome feature the classic ‘Elzevier engraved’ title page. Still, a beautiful work from a famous printer.

Item number: #4058

Price: $550

NIFO, Augustino

Augustini Niphi medicis, ad illustrissimam Joannam Aragoniam, Tagliacocii Principem, de amore liber…de Pulchro & Amore libri

Lugduni Batavorum : Apud Davidem Lopes de Haro, MDCXLI [1641].

Details:

•Collation: Complete with all pages;

o‘Tagliacocii Principem de Amore’

[1 blank], [8],342, [1 blank], [8]

o‘De Pulchro & Amore’

[12], 160, [8]

•References: Adams N 288 (1549 ed); Renouard III, 259; Willems 1618;

•Language: Latin

•Binding: Vellum; tight & secure

•Size: ~4.75in X 2.75in (12.5cm x 7cm)

•Very rare with no other example for sale worldwide

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1641 Nifo Pulchro & Amore Aristotelian Philosophy Humanism ELZEVIER Psychology

Agostino Nifo was a 15th-century Italian philosopher who published a number of commentaries on Aristotle as well as his own works on philosophy and humanity. Two of his works, ‘De Pulchro et amore’ and ‘Tagliacocii Principem’ give a philosophical expression of human emotion. ‘De Pulchro’ propelled Nifo’s popularity and fame as he used it as a platform to argue immortality of the soul with Pomponazzi. Other topics include indulging in human pleasures, the use of the senses, and understanding beauty and love.

This 1641 first edition was published in Lyon by Lopes de Haro, one of many extensions of the house of Elzevier. (Renouard). However, contrary to most Elzevier printings, neither of the works in this tome feature the classic ‘Elzevier engraved’ title page. Still, a beautiful work from a famous printer.

Item number: #4058

Price: $550

NIFO, Augustino

Augustini Niphi medicis, ad illustrissimam Joannam Aragoniam, Tagliacocii Principem, de amore liber…de Pulchro & Amore libri

Lugduni Batavorum : Apud Davidem Lopes de Haro, MDCXLI [1641].

Details:

•Collation: Complete with all pages;

o‘Tagliacocii Principem de Amore’

[1 blank], [8],342, [1 blank], [8]

o‘De Pulchro & Amore’

[12], 160, [8]

•References: Adams N 288 (1549 ed); Renouard III, 259; Willems 1618;

•Language: Latin

•Binding: Vellum; tight & secure

•Size: ~4.75in X 2.75in (12.5cm x 7cm)

•Very rare with no other example for sale worldwide

Our Guarantee:

Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!4058
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Excellent

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