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Iusti Lipsi De Constantia Libri Duo, Qui alloquium praecipue continent in Publicis malis. Ultima editio. . . . Manuductionis ad Stoicam Philosophiam Libri Tres: L. Annaeo Senecae, aliisque scrptoribus . . .

LIPSIUS, Justus (1547-1606).

Published by Offician Plantiniana, Apud Viduam & Filios Ioannis Moreti, 1615., Antverpiae,, 1615
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First title only [1615], all others dated 1610. Three parts in one. 4to. [xvi], 86, [10]; [xii], 212, [4]; [xii], 188, [6] pp. Illustrations on fine china paper mounted on all titles but first title where it is printed on, diagram illus. on p. 117 (last part), decorative leading letters and tailpieces, indices; light water-staining along some margins or browning or tearing. Original double ruled calf with four raised bands, all edges red; heavily worn with joints split, rear cover loose. Blind embossed stamps of prior ownership on title and elsewhere. As is. ONE OF THE AUTHOR'S MOST FAMOUS WORKS: ON EVILS â" LEADING TO NEOSTOICISM. Lipsius wrote a series of philosophical works designed to revive ancient Stoicism. This sparked the prolific rise of the European intellectual movement known as Neostoicism, a blending of both Stoicism and Christianity. The most famous of these works is De Constantia Libri Duo ('Two Books on Constancy'), published in 1584. The title is borrowed from Seneca's dialogue De Constantia Sapientis. This work was so immensely popular that it immediately went through numerous editions. "His Manunductio ad Stoicam philosophiam and Physiologia Stoicurum (1604) give the first full account of Stoicism, while his own De constanita (1584), which owes much to Seneca in both thought and style, went through thirty-two editions and was translated into several [European] languages."(Reynolds). It was translated into English four times between 1594 and 1670, with the first English translation issued in 1594 by John Stradling. This work was conceived as an attempt to revive Stoic philosophy as a living movement as it had been in antiquity and, in particular, as a practical antidote to public evils. It's for this work that Lipsius became famous in the succeeding centuries, often called the father of Neostoicism. These " ideas about the ideal citizenâ"a man that acts according to reason, is answerable to himself, is in control of his emotions, and is ready to fightâ"found wide acceptance in the turbulent times of the Reformation. This Lipsian view, translated to politics, entails rationalization of the state and its apparatus of government, autocratic rule by the prince, discipline dispensed to subjects, and strong military defense. These principles lie at the foundation of the early modern state." (Wikip.). â" Encyclopedia of Philosophy. REFERENCES: Reynolds & Wilson. Scholars & Scribes, (1978), p. 163; Osorio, Peter I. A Classicist under Constraint, Justus Lipsius and the Revival of Stoic Determinism in the De Constantia. Dartmouth College: Dept. of Classics, Honors Thesis. May 2012. FULL TITLE: Iusti Lipsi De Constantia Libri Duo, Qui alloquium praecipue continent in Publicis malis. Ultima editio. [with:] . . . Manuductionis ad Stoicam Philosophiam Libri Tres: L. Annaeo Senecae, aliisque scrptoribus illustrandis; [with:] . . . Physiologiae Stoicorum Libri Tres: L. Annaeo Senecae, aliisque scriptoribus illustrandis. Bookseller Inventory # LV2113

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Title: Iusti Lipsi De Constantia Libri Duo, Qui ...

Publisher: Offician Plantiniana, Apud Viduam & Filios Ioannis Moreti, 1615., Antverpiae,

Publication Date: 1615

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: 1st Edition

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