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Essai philosophique concernant l'entendement humain, ou l'on montre quelle est l'etendue de nos connoissances certaines, et la maniers dont nous y parvenona. Par m. Locke. Traduit de l'anglois par m. Coste
Bib ID 16358
Format BookBook
Author
Locke, John, 1632-1704
 
Edition 4. ed., revue, corrigee, & augmentee... 
Description A Amsterdam : chez Pierre Mortier, 1742 
4o xlii, 603, (18) p. : front. (port.) ; 26 cm. 
Notes

Title vignette: head piece.

Title in red and black.

Bookplate of Antonio Ottaviano di Collalto.

Subjects Knowledge, Theory of.
Other authors/contributors Coste, Pierre, 1668-1747

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