London: James Cundee and Vernor Hood and Sharpe, 1810. Hardcover. laude Helvetius (1715-1777) was a French philosopher and freemason who believed in the natural equality of intelligence and the positive impact of education. This treatise was first published in the year he died, 1777. This later edition is actually less common than the first edition. Bound in three quarter brown leather with marbled paper covers, page edges and pastedowns and free endpapers. Leather is scuffed and bumped, and paper covers are scraped with a few stains. Free front and rear endpapers are missing in Volume I. Light to medium foxing throughout. Very good minus condition. Octavo. Volume I: 395 pages; Volume II: 498 pages. PHIL/031221. Very Good -.
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