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About this Item: Impr. La Rafa, Madrid, 1930. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Condition: Bien. 1ª Edición. 176 p. ; 22x16 cms. Incluye notas bibliográficas. Biblioteca de Filósofos Españoles dirigida por Eduardo Ovejero y Maury (A-262). Seller Inventory # 56969

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El Doctor Huarte de San Juan y: M.de Iriarte

M.de Iriarte

Published by Madrid - Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (1948)

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About this Item: Madrid - Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, 1948. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. First edition. A Spanish book on Dr Huarte and psychological differential practices. Bound in the original wraps. Third Edition. In Spanish. Juan Huarte de San Juan or Juan Huarte y Navarro (c1530-1592) was a Spanish physician and psychologist. Huarte published the first edition of his Examen de ingenios para las ciencias in 1575, which won him a European reputation. Huarte's treatise is historically interesting as the first attempt to show the connection between psychology and physiology. Some examples of the chapter titles are: 'Biography of Dr Huarte of San Juan', 'Formal Content of the Review Focus', 'Philosophical Content of the Examination', and 'Consideration of Influence on Spain. 'Condition: The binding is firm. The hinges are cracked. There is wear to the extremities, including bumping,with loss, and some browning. Internally the pages aregenerally clean, with browning to the page edges. Overall the condition is good only, due to damaged hinges. Seller Inventory # 016687

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DIOS HUARTE, JUAN DE.

Published by Ed. Librería Parera. (1917)

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About this Item: Ed. Librería Parera., 1917. 1ª ed.. 319 pp. 17. Seller Inventory # A4085

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Examen de Ingenios para las Ciencias (2: Huarte San Juan,

Huarte San Juan, Juan

Published by Imp. La Rafa, Madrid (1930)

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About this Item: Imp. La Rafa, Madrid, 1930. -2 volúmenes tamaño cuarto menor: vol. I (LXXIV pp., 3 h., 176 pp.) y vol. II (2 h., 177 a 467 pp., 1 h.).;-En cartoné. Ejemplares in tonso.;-Edición comparada de la Príncipe (Baeza, 1575) y Sub-príncipe (Baeza, 1594). Preparado por Rodrigo Sanz.;-Se dice que Cervantes tuvo que leer este tratado para escribir el Quijote, ya que la semblanza de la condición física y mental del famoso caballero concuerda con los planteamientos expuestos en el "Examen de ingenios". De otra parte, es bastante probable que la caracterización del hidalgo manchego como un hombre ingenioso, que determina desde el título del libro uno de los rasgos más sobresalientes del personaje, se haya fundamentado en la obra del doctor Huarte, que sin llegar a ser totalmente prohibida, tropezó con la Inquisición en la década de 1580.;-Este es el trabajo más importante del navarro Juan Huarte de San Juan, se supone que nació en San Juan del Puerto y se sabe que estudió en las Universidades de Huesca y Alcalá. La primera edición es de Baeza 1575. Tuvo gran éxito y se publicó rápidamente en Pamplona 1578, Bilbao 1580 y Huesca 1581. Seller Inventory # 2460

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A Treatise of the Education and Learning: HUARTE (Juan)

About this Item: London: Printed for C. Rivington. J. Osborn. and J. Leake, 1734. FIRST EDITION OF THIS TRANSLATION. 12mo, 170 x 93 mms., pp. [iii] - xxiii [xxiv blank], 168. BOUND WITH: [HOWE (Charles)]: Devout Meditations: Or, A Collection of Thoughts upon Religious and Philosophical Subjects. By a Person of Honour. Edinburgh: Printed by Hamilton, Balfour, and Neill, 1751. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, 170 x 93 mms., pp. iv, 185 [186 blank]. 2 volumes in 1. Bound in contemporary quarter calf, marbled boards, in pretty wretched condition, with boards and spine rubbed, joints tender, soiling of title-page, remains of circulating library, Gainsbrough [sic] on front paste-down end-paper, the later autograph "R. J. Burdon/ Heanor/ 1885" on the recto of the front free end-paper. Juan Huarte de San Juan (1529 - 1588) Examen de Ingenios para las Ciencias in 1575, and the first English translation by Richard Carew was published in 1594. The translation here is by Edward Bellamy. For Howe's work, ODNB notes, "His Devout Meditations, or, A Collection of Thoughts upon Religious and Philosophical Subjects, edited by George Macaulay, who had married Howe's granddaughter Leonora Bathurst, was first published posthumously and anonymously in 1751. The second and subsequent editions, from 1752, included an admiring preface by Edward Young, author of Night Thoughts. Later editions were edited by Dr George Macaulay." ESTC T109373 locates copies of Bellamy's translation of Huarte in BL, Cambridge, Leeds, and Wellcome; UCLA, Pennsylvania (2); and Adelaide. For Howe's Devout Meditations, ESTC has two issues published in 1751, with a variant title-page: Meditations Devout and Philosophical, or, A Collection of Thoughts upon Religious and Philosophical Subject [sic]; the present copy conforms to ESTC T58643, with copies in BL, NLS (2), Bodleian, St. Andrews; UCLA, Yale, Toronto (2). Seller Inventory # 8438

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Huartes, Juan

Published by Richard Sare, London, England (1698)

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About this Item: Richard Sare, London, England, 1698. Half-Leather. Condition: Very Good. 1st British Edition. First Bellamy translation. Rare book remains in very good condition. Volume is bound in three quarter calf with green cloth boards. Gilt ruled spine with gilt title. Edgewear and some soiling. Peach endpapers. Hinge at title cracked-still solid. Title page trimmed at bottom, no effect. Some scattered foxing and light damp stains to outer margins. It measures approx. 7.25" tall x 4.75" wide x 1.5" thick. Volume contains 502 pages of text, with one page of advertisements in rear. Quite scarce. Juan Huartes provides a fresh and sweeping analysis of the precursors of educational psychology, organizational psychology, behaviorism, neuropsychology and psychiatry. Published in London, by Richard Sare, in 1698. "The author maintained that much reading and the best masters would not make a person proficient in a study for which he had no natural aptitude. He traced all variations of human genius to the three primary qualities, hot, moist and dry. He contended that eloquence and elegance in speaking could not exist in men of great understanding, and that the theory of theology pertained to the intelligence but preaching to the imaginative faculty.The theory of medicine was partly a matter of memory and partly intelligence, the practice of medicine a matter of imagination. (He) further discussed how fathers could generate intelligent and talented children." [Thorndike VI 413-4] Juan Huartes (1529-88) was a physician of the Spanish Renaissance. This treatise has been acknowledged as a precursor of educational psychology, organizational psychology, behaviorism, neuropsychology and psychiatry. Huarte suggested that before beginning a course of study, students' intellectual capabilities (i.e. ingenio) should be matched up with the professional studies that best suit their aptitudes. His book had a great impact in Europe from the late 16th century to the mid-18th century. The influence of the Trial spread throughout many areas including philosophy, politics, linguistics and literature. Although there has been a growing interest in Huarte's work in recent years, biographical studies have been rare; as a result, the information about Huarte's life is currently incomplete, scattered and sometimes inaccurate. [Ortega, 2011] Bolufer tells us, "The main aim of this treatise was to explain the physical causes which favor or limit various intellectual abilities, with a view to providing indications so that individuals (implicitly male) could develop their aptitudes to the maximum and embrace the profession or studies for which they were best endowed, and also produce clever and able children by means of eugenic measures At the crossroads between tradition and modernity characteristic of the Renaissance, Huarte embraces the assumptions of the theory of humours, but he gives them a modern slant with his personal interest in covering the broad diversity of human beings, arguing that the combination of humours produces temperaments that differ greatly in physical, moral and intellectual aspects; thus, as far as mental aptitudes are concerned, the predominance of the dry element produces understanding and reason, that of the wet element, imagination, that of the warm element, memory, while the cold element does not favor any kind of aptitude.". Seller Inventory # 008247

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HUARTES, Juan (Translated By Edward BELLAMY)

Published by Richard Sare, Holborn London (1698)

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About this Item: Richard Sare, Holborn London, 1698. First English Edition. A very good copy in contemporary full calf, spine, hinges and corners worn and rubbed, lower front hinge splitting externally but intact, contents clean and tight. Heraldic bookplate of Geo. Paton pasted on verso of title. Contents clean and tight, and in general an attractive copy of this very scarce title. Wing H3205; Garrison & Morton 4964; .Hunter & MacAlpine, Three Hundred Years of Psychiatry 1535-1860 p.46. Seller Inventory # 51539

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Examen de Ingenios. The Examination of mens: Huarte, John [i.e.

Huarte, John [i.e. Juan]

Published by Printed by Adam Islip, London (1596)

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About this Item: Printed by Adam Islip, London, 1596. Second English edition. Second English edition. Woodcut publisher's device (McKerrow 226) on title-page. [xvi], 333, [3] pp. A-Y^8. 8vo. Huarte's Examen, first published in 1575, was ''the first attempt to show the connection between psychology and physiology'' (Garrison-Morton). Carew's translation, the first surviving English edition (a fragment of a ca. 1592 edition is in the BL), was first published by Islip in 1594 and again, with minor changes, in 1596."The souls of all men are equal, according to Huarte, but the four bodily humours occur in different proportions in each man, and other factors influencing his growth and aptitudes include his food and drink, his climate and nationality, the conjunction of the stars at his birth, and his domestic life and education. Perfectly balanced individuals are mediocrities" (Oxford Companion to Spanish Literature). ESTC S120386; cf. Garrison-Morton 4964 & Palau 116522 for first Spanish edition Old speckled calf, ruled in gilt, rebacked, red morocco spine label. Title-page lightly worn and soiled, imprint date effaced, some light marginalia in pencil Woodcut publisher's device (McKerrow 226) on title-page. [xvi], 333, [3] pp. A-Y^8. 8vo. Seller Inventory # 302768

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