D. Francisci Toleti Societatis Jesu olim S. R. E. Card. ampliss. Commentaria una cum Quaestionibus in Universam Aristotelis Logicam, Quibus Novissime Accesserunt Ludovici Carbonis a Costacciaro Academici Parthenii et in Almo Gymnasio Perusino olim publici Magistri Additamenta, atq; in Libros Priores Analyticos Praeludia subtilissima, cum tractatione de syllogismo, de instrumentis sciendi & de praecognitionibus atq praecognitis. Additio in Super Indice locupletissimo Quaestionum. Et cum privilegiis.

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Place Published: Venetiis (i.e. Venice)
Publisher: Apud Sessas
Date Published:
Condition: Quite a bit of old restoration work, including rebacking (original vellum spine laid down), edges of many leaves guarded, some wormholes repaired, all very neatly and professionally done with no losses to text
Book Id: 19838


[4], 235, (blank), [8], 56 fl. Signed: *4, A-Z8, Aa-Ff8, Gg4, a-b4, A-G8. (E2 in first part mis-signed E4, Gg4 blank, B1 in second part mis-signed E). Octavo, contemporary vellum over boards, rebacked with new vellum, new endpapers.


Francisco Toledo (1532-1596) was born at Cordova, Spain and studied philosophy and theology at Valencia under Domingo Soto and by the age of 23 he was teaching philosophy at Salamanca. He became a Jesuit in 1558 and in 1593 was the first Jesuit to be made a cardinal (by Clement VIII). He was considered one of the most learned men of his time. A prolific author of popular philosophical, theological, and exegetical works, this "Commentaria," originally published in Rome in 1572, was published in 17 editions. Text includes Ludovico Carbone's commentaries, with separate title page (same imprint as main text) and pagination. The present edition is scarce (only 1 copy on OCLC).

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