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Georgii Ernesti Stahlii Negotium otiosum, seu Skiamachia, adversvs positiones aliqvas fvndamentales, Theoriae verae medicae à viro quodam celeberrimo [i.e. G.W. von Leibniz] intentata, sed adversis armis conversis enervata ... Qui possunt, si volunt, judicanto; qui volunt, sed non possunt, abstinento

Stahl, Georg Ernst, 1660-1734.
Date
1720

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Also known as

Negotium otiosum. Latin

Publication/Creation

Halae : Litteris et impensis Orphanotrophei, 1720.

Physical description

8 unnumbered pages, 223, that is, 224 pages ; (4to)

Notes

"Skiamachia" in Greek letters on t.p

Title page printed in red and black with title-vignette, headpieces, initial

Account of the dispute with Leibniz on the nature of science. Includes Leibniz's objections (2 sets) and Stahl's responses

Page numbers 217-224 misnumbered 216-223.

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