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Système religieux de Leibnitz, pub. d'après le manuscrit original par l'abbé Lacroix ... tr. par Albert de Broglie.

Main Author: Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm, Freiherr von, 1646-1716.
Related Names: Lacroix, Pierre abbé , ed., Broglie, Albert de 1821-1901, tr.
Language(s): French
Published: Paris, A. Le Clere et cie, 1846.
Subjects: Christian union
Theology, Doctrinal
Note: Latin text has caption title: G. G. Leibnitii Systema theologicum (title given the original manuscript by an unknown person). The first edition of the manuscript, which followed an imperfect copy, appeared with its French translation in 1819, under the title: Exposition de la doctrine de Leibnitz sur la religion.
Latin and French on opposite pages.
Physical Description: xiviij, 301 p., 19cm.
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