De Legibus Naturae Disquisitio Philosophica in Qua Earum Forma, Summa Capita, Ordo, Promulgatio, E Obligatio E Rerum Natura Investigantur (Treatise of the Laws of Nature)

Cumberland, Richard

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Cumberland, Richard
Published by Samuel Otton (Samuelem Ottonem) & Joannem Wiedemeyerum, Lubeck & Frankfurt (Lubeca & Francofurti) (1683)
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Book Description Samuel Otton (Samuelem Ottonem) & Joannem Wiedemeyerum, Lubeck & Frankfurt (Lubeca & Francofurti), 1683. Period Vellum. Book Condition: Very Good. Second Edition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Very Good. See scans and description. Lubeck and Frankfurt: Samuelem Ottonem and Joannem Wiedemeyerum, 1683. Second Edition. 12mo, 6.75" x 3.75". [60], 420 pp. Period vellum. Some cover wear, darkening and mostly marginal staining to contents, else very good. See scans. Vintage owner's bookplate at the front inside cover. Richard Cumberland's classic of the Ethics branch of philosophy, largely seen as a response to Thomas Hobbes' "ethical egoism", which it was; beyond that, however, Cumberland's attitudes can be seen as a synthesis of prevailing royal, social, political and academic attitudes in Restoration England. Cumberland argued that a universal benevolence motivates each human being to altruism, in contradiction of Hobbesian exercise of free will. The second edition, 11 years after the 1672 first edition, and in solid condition. Very scarce. See all scans. L12n. Bookseller Inventory # 000196

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