Logica … selectis disputationibus & quaestionibu [...] K-100
Logica … selectis disputationibus & quaestionibu [...] K-100
Logica … selectis disputationibus & quaestionibu [...] K-100
Logica … selectis disputationibus & quaestionibu [...] K-100
Logica … selectis disputationibus & quaestionibu [...] K-100
Logica … selectis disputationibus & quaestionibu [...] K-100
Logica … selectis disputationibus & quaestionibu [...] K-100
Logica … selectis disputationibus & quaestionibu [...] K-100
Logica … selectis disputationibus & quaestionibu [...] K-100
Logica … selectis disputationibus & quaestionibu [...] K-100
Logica … selectis disputationibus & quaestionibu [...] K-100

Logica … selectis disputationibus & quaestionibu [...] K-100

Author: Smiglecki Martin Motiej, 1564 - 1618

Title: Logica … selectis disputationibus & quaestionibus, et in duos tomos distributa: in qua quiscquid in aristotelico organ vel cognitu necessarium …

Title in English: Logics… with Selected Discussions and Questions, Divided into Two Volumes: in it All Is [Examined] According to the Aristotelian Tool or by Examination of All Necessary Matters… 

Published: Oxford: excudebat I.L. impensis H. Crypps, E. Forrest, & Curteyne. 1634.

Format: first English edition, titlepage soiled, browned throughout, pp.[xvi]+[1]-435+[iii]+435-761+[1]+[34] (Index), 4to.

Originally published in two volumes, here the two parts are published together, with continuous pagination and signatures.

Binding: modern amateur brown calf, backstrip with raised bands, unlettered, mod. endpapers, sound.

Marcin Smiglecki (1563–1618) was a professor at Vilnius University, Master of Liberal Arts and Philosophy, Doctor of Theology, and one of the most famous philosophers and scholastic logicians in Lithuania. He became famous in Europe for his work Logic, in which he discusses scholastic logic. Smiglecki provides a systematic description of the problems of logic and comments on the concept of logic presented by authors of the antiquity period and the Middle Ages. The work was used as a textbook in both Lithuanian and other European universities. It was first published in Ingolstadt, Germany, in 1618, and republished in 1634, 1638, and 1658 in Oxford. 

Reference: "The Collection of Lawyer Jaunius Gumbis: the Past Preserved in Books". Museum and Collector - 7. Vilnius: National Museum of Lithuania, 2018, p. 266.

Published: "The Collection of Lawyer Jaunius Gumbis: the Past Preserved in Books". Museum and Collector - 7. Vilnius: National Museum of Lithuania, 2018, p. 266-267.

Exhibitions: "The Collection of Lawyer Jaunius Gumbis: the Past Preserved in Books", September 3, 2018 – October 21, 2018.