Logica ad usum benedicti bonnans limoliensis : manuscript, 1745-1746.

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Logica ad usum benedicti bonnans limoliensis : manuscript, 1745-1746.

Artis sillogisticae is a work on Aristotelian logic. Theses logicae is an exposition on the ideas of Nicolas Malebranche. Includes illustrations. Both works are composed by an author identified as Ricaud, a member of the Congregation of Christian Doctrine.

1 v. : ill. ; 16 x 12 cm.

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