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Logica.

Title:
Logica.
Abstract:
Student lecture notes from a course on logic (as an introduction to philosophy) taught by the rector at the university of Caen, in northern France.
Creator:
Cordoën.
Date:
1754
Format:
149 leaves : paper; 175 x 140 (145 x 105) mm bound to 180 x 150 mm
Identifier:
9967169753503681; (OCoLC)ocn965548338; (OCoLC)965548338; (PU)6716975-penndb-Voyager
Language:
Latin
Provenance:
Sold by Guy Langlois (France), 2015
Publisher:
[Caen, France], 1754-1755.
Relation:
Subject:
Philosophy -- Early works to 1800.; Philosophy.; Logic.; Logic -- Early works to 1800.; Codices.; Manuscripts, European.; Diagrams.; Engravings (prints); Manuscripts, Latin.; Lecture notes.
Type:
Manuscripts
Corporate Name:
Université de Caen.
Rights:
https://rightsstatements.org/page/NoC-US/1.0/?
Notes:
Title from spine.; Binding: Full leather with gilt spine, spine title Logica.; Ms. codex.; Collation: Paper, 149 leaves; 1² 2⁶ 3-4⁸ 5¹⁰ 6-9⁸ 10⁹(+7) 11-15⁸ 16⁹(+5) 17⁸ 18⁶ 19⁹(+6) 20²; contemporary pagination in ink, upper outer corners, [i-iv], 1-140, [i-ii], 141-213, [i-ii], 214-230, [i-ii], 231-286, 289-290. Gatherings 2-10 signed a-i; gatherings 12-19 signed L-s, lower center first recto.; Layout: Margins pressed into each leaf; Script: Written in a cursive hand.; Decoration: 3 engraved images bound in: a title page border with praying figures in the lower margin, signed Crepy (f. 2r); a female figure, La Logique, also signed Crepy (between pages 140 and 141); and a diagram titled Tabula aequipollentiarum prae contra dic, signed Crepy rue St. Iacques (between pages 230 and 231); a crude drawing in pencil of a face (page 289); and an image cut from a printed book of a woman with a parasol standing below a palm tree, hand-colored and hand-titled La reine de turquie, pasted to the last page (page 290).; Origin: Written in Caen (Cadomensis) in 1754 and 1755 (several dates have been changed from 1754 to 1755; f. 1r, 2r, image bound in after page 140, page 286).; Latin.
Call Number:
Ms. Codex 1802