Opera. De naturalium effectum admirandorum causis, seu de incantationibus liber: Item de Fato, Libero arbitrio, Praedestinatione, Provdentia Dei, Libri V.
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Basel: Heinrich Petri (Henricpetrina), 1567. Later but early (ca. 18th century) calf, neatly rebacked, a bit of chipping to early page edges, one page of index a little faint, modest browning, very clean overall; armorial bookplate (Camden) inside cover, no front pastedown. Trimmed a little close touching the marginal gloss in spots, one minor pen mark in margin. (64), 105, (1). Printer's mark on final page, 8 of the preliminaries blank. Adams P1826, Graesse p 400, Brunet IV 799. Often depicted as the herald of the Renaissance, Pomponazzi's secular explanations of phenomena previously viewed as miraculous were widely influential as were his proofs against the existence of demons while affirming his proper Catholic belief in them. Pomponazzi, appropriately, had one foot in the middle ages, one in the modern world - or both in each. The is the first printed edition of De Fato. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Philosophy; Religion & Theology. Inventory No: 046953. First Edition. Very Good Condition.