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Thu Oct 16 17:58:25 2014 UTClccn-n500015390.28The best of all possible worlds : a story of philosophers, God, and evil /0.730.93The Catholick doctrine of the Eucharist in all ages in answer to what H. Arnaud, Doctor of the Sorbon alledges, touching the belief of the Greek, Moscovite, Armenian, Jacobite, Nestorian, Coptic, Maronite, and other eastern churches : whereunto is added an account of the Book of the body and blood of our Lord, published under the name of Bertram : in six books66462846Antoine_Arnauldn 5000153937232A.A 1612-1694A. A. D. S 1612-1694A. A. D. S (Antonius Arnaldus Doctor Sorbonicus), 1612-1694Andilly, Antoine Arnaud d' 1612-1694Arnaldo, Antonio 1612-1694Arnaldus, Antonius.Arnaldus Antonius 1612-1694Arnaud 1612-1694Arnaud, .. 1612-1694 MrArnaud, Antoine.Arnaud Antoine 1612-1694Arnaud D'Andilly, Antoine.Arnaud D'Andilly, Antoine 1612-1694Arnaud, ..., Mr., 1612-1694Arnauld.Arnauld 1612-1694 AbbéArnauld 1612-1694 Monsieur, Dr. of SorbonneArnauld, A.Arnauld, A. 1612-1694Arnauld, A. (Antoine), 1612-1694Arnauld, Abbé, 1612-1694Arnauld, AntoineArnauld, Antoine 1612-1694 le GrandArnauld, Antoine le Grand 1612-1694Arnauld, Monsieur, Dr. of Sorbonne, 1612-1694Arnault Antoine 1612-1694Arno, A.Arno, A. 1612-1694Arno, Antuan.Arnould, Antoine 1612-1694Avocat en Parlement UnBonneval 1612-1694Bonneval Sieur de 1612-1694Callaghan J. 1612-1694Curez de Paris Messieurs lesDisciples de S. Augustin LesDocteur de Sorbonne 1612-1694Docteur de Sorbonne Un 1612-1694Docteur en théologie 1612-1694Docteur en théologie Un 1612-1694Ecclésiastique Un 1612-1694Ecclésiastiques qui ont esté à Port-Royal LesGodefroy Antoine 1612-1694Grand Arnauld Le 1612-1694La Motte Sieur de 1612-1694Le Grand Arnauld 1612-1694M *** 1612-1694Optatus theologus ParisiensisPort-Royal Messieurs deS, A. A. D. 1612-1694S., A. A. D. (Antonius Arnaldus Doctor Sorbonicus), 1612-1694Sieur de Bonneval Le 1612-1694Sieur de La Motte 1612-1694Théologien Un 1612-1694Théologiens Les 1612-1694Theologus parisiensis 1612-1694Арно, А 1612-1694Арно, А. (Антуан), 1612-1694Арно, Антуан 1612-1694أنطوان أرنولد، 1612-1694アルノー, Alccn-n50004346Nicole, Pierre1625-1695othtrladpclbattspkctbedtredlccn-n50039887Lancelot, Claude1615?-1695attedtlccn-n79081493Leibniz, Gottfried WilhelmFreiherr von1646-1716lccn-n79133702Malebranche, Nicolas1638-1715lccn-n87907582Nadler, Steven M.1958-lccn-n79046634Jesuitslccn-n79041716Catholic Churchlccn-n2006051205Montgomery, George R.trllccn-n81015730Mason, Haydn Trevoredtlccn-nr90022196Kremer, Elmar J.edtArnauld, Antoine1612-1694FictionRecords and correspondenceHistoryControversial literatureConcordancesArnauld, Antoine,MetaphysicsLogicLeibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm,--Freiherr von,MonadologyMalebranche, Nicolas,GodTheodicyGreek language--GrammarFrench language--GrammarDiscours de métaphysique (Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm, Freiherr von)ConversionKnowledge, Theory ofJansenistsTolerationEthicsBayle, Pierre,FranceRégis, Pierre-Sylvain,Latin language--GrammarCatholic ChurchPhilosophy, FrenchFrench language--Grammar--Middle FrenchLord's Supper--Catholic ChurchPhilosophy of natureGrace (Theology)--History of doctrinesGermanyPhilosophersPort-Royal des Champs (Abbey)Recherche de la vérité (Malebranche, Nicolas)Descartes, René,Sermons, LatinTheology, DoctrinalDu Bois, Philippe Goibaud,--sieur,Arnauld, Jacqueline Marie Angélique,Arnauld, Antoine,Language and languages--PhilosophyTruth--Religious aspects--ChristianityGrammar, Comparative and generalInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Pascal, Blaise,JesuitsClaude, Jean,French languageTransubstantiationScienceTheology, Doctrinal--Catholic authorsOccasionalismPerceptionRatramnus,--monk of Corbie,1612169416121615161716301640164116431644164516461647164816491650165116521653165416551656165716581659166016611662166316641665166616671668166916701671167216731674167516761677167816791680168116821683168416851686168716881689169016911692169316941695169616971698169917001701170217031704170617071708170917101711171217131714171517161717171817191720172217231724172517271728172917301732173317341735173617371738173917401741174317441745174617471748174917501752175317541755175617581759176017611762176317651768176917711772177317751776177717781779178017811782178317841786178917901791179317941796179718001803180818091810181318161817181818191823182418251827183018341836183718381841184318441845184618471848185018511852185318541856185718591861186218641865186618671868186918701872187418751877187818791882188518861887189018961897190019021907190819101911191419161918192119221923192419261927193019311934193519371939194519461947195019511952195319551957195819611962196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142745331506213160BC62ocn422236037ocn460991102ocn456824825ocn460711056ocn469641845ocn459034755ocn460613994ocn460992526ocn466486587ocn469575961ocn038542018ocn457973647ocn456838601ocn038542009ocn456838857ocn612492202ocn044626810ocn038547530ocn010729037ocn863297607ocn257630199ocn457973630ocn257630194ocn456839201ocn456838821ocn456838823ocn311069468ocn311970862ocn311687564ocn456838588ocn464964755ocn865003599ocn470015916ocn865003677ocn457445937ocn865003710ocn865003564ocn465184008ocn457445953ocn458882709ocn464965046ocn033447686ocn035150087ocn460922708ocn470418837ocn661179408ocn765475132ocn461584922ocn467080886ocn467169357ocn467169353ocn467169343ocn467169351ocn467169359ocn175114647ocn798572241ocn801265503ocn801241469ocn798425666ocn747718390ocn837593294ocn247831081ocn257498975ocn255394946ocn420790951ocn459566445ocn466786251ocn765635598ocn465181893ocn469804430842181ocn014108086book16620.79Arnauld, AntoineLa logique, ou, L'art de penser contenant, outre les règles communes, plusieurs observations nouvelles propres à former le jugement75659ocn642322772file17460.77Lancelot, ClaudeA new method of learning with greater facility the Greek tongue ... Translated from the French of the Messieurs de Port Royal67838ocn005728977book19020.59Leibniz, Gottfried WilhelmLeibniz. Discourse on metaphysics; Correspondence with Arnauld, and MonadologyRecords and correspondence+-+158539023556911ocn000878420book19670.66Leibniz, Gottfried WilhelmThe Leibniz-Arnauld correspondenceRecords and correspondence4508ocn000233069book19640.66Arnauld, AntoineThe art of thinking, [or], Port-Royal logic45039ocn062819794file17610.82The Royal convert: or, The force of truth. Being a wonderful and strange relation of the conversion of Varanes, prince of Persia, and two young ladies, to the Christian faith ; their trials and sufferings on that account ; of the strange death of one of the ladies ; and of the prince's success over his enemies, and converting at last his cruel father, and his whole kingdom.Fiction35810ocn032779928book19960.77Arnauld, AntoineLogic, or, The art of thinking : containing, besides common rules, several new observations appropriate for forming judgment+-+394839670533815ocn002120100book19750.79Lancelot, ClaudeThe Port-Royal grammar : general and rational grammar32043ocn012748073book16740.82Arnauld, AntoineLogica, sive, Ars cogitandi in qua practer vvlgaver regulas plura nova habeatur ad rationem dirigendam utiliaHistory31563ocn003250881book16600.79Lancelot, ClaudeGrammaire générale et raisonnée29455ocn000587818book17560.82Arnauld, AntoineGrammaire générale et raisonnée de Port-RoyalHistory28615ocn642325803file17910.70Lancelot, ClaudeA new method of learning with facility the Latin tongue ... Translated from the French of the Messieurs de Port Royal, and improved, by Thomas Nugent, LL. D.A new edition, carefully revised and corrected. In two volumes.27171ocn001995951book18460.79Arnauld, AntoineLogique de Port-Royal25228ocn016528968book16830.79Arnauld, AntoineDes vrayes et des fausses idées : contre ce qu'enseigne l'Auteur de La recherche de la vérité24654ocn003594039book16430.84Arnauld, AntoineŒuvres philosophiques de Antoine Arnauld+-+4214150036244116ocn018944807book16640.74Arnauld, AntoineLa Perpetuité de la foy de l'Eglise catholique touchant l'Eucharistie : deffendue contre le livre du Sieur ClaudeHistoryControversial literature23465ocn463532435book16620.66Arnauld, AntoineLa logique ou L'art de penser21819ocn002534037book19260.74Leibniz, Gottfried WilhelmDiscours de métaphysique : et Correspondance avec Arnauld.ConcordancesRecords and correspondence2149ocn003642588book19520.88Leibniz, Gottfried WilhelmLettres de Leibniz à Arnauld, d'après un manuscrit inéditRecords and correspondence2135ocn000039679book19680.84Lancelot, ClaudeA general and rational grammar, 17538816ocn216941701book20080.28Nadler, Steven MThe best of all possible worlds : a story of philosophers, God, and evil"In the spring of 1672, the German philosopher and mathematician Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz arrived in Paris on a furtive diplomatic mission. That project was quickly abandoned, but Leibniz remained in Paris with a specific goal: to get the most he could out of the city's intellectual and cultural riches. He benefited, above all, from his friendships with France's two greatest philosopher-theologians of the period, Antoine Arnauld and Nicolas Malebranche, The dialogue among these three men would prove of great consequence not only for Leibniz's own philosophy but also for the development of modern philosophical and religious thought." "Despite their wildly different views and personalities, the three philosophers shared a single, passionate concern: resolving the problem of evil. Why is it that, in a world created by an all-powerful, all-wise, and infinitely just God, there is sin and suffering? Why do bad things happen to good people, and good things to bad people? In pursuing answers to this puzzle, Leibniz and his French colleagues relied on very different ideas of what God is and how He acts. Which is more important, they asked, God's wisdom or His power? And what does the answer suggest about the path to well-being in this world and to salvation in the next?" "This is the story of a clash between radically different worldviews. But it is also a very personal story. At its heart is the dramatic - and often turbulent - relationship between three brilliant and resolute individuals. Their exchanges were informed by mutual respect but were also full of insults, expressions of anger and hurt feelings, and the occasional apology. What emerged from their conversations was nothing less than a critical foundation for modern Western philosophical approaches to ancient problems."--Jacket+-+334477928562031ocn001050361book19020.59Leibniz, Gottfried WilhelmLeibniz. Discourse on metaphysics; Correspondence with Arnauld, and MonadologyRecords and correspondence+-+15853902354553ocn020170503book19900.70Sleigh, R. CLeibniz & Arnauld : a commentary on their correspondenceHistoryRecords and correspondence4417ocn018381751book19890.74Nadler, Steven MArnauld and the Cartesian philosophy of ideasCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+35982564153242923ocn016922965book19880.84Kilcullen, JohnSincerity and truth : essays on Arnauld, Bayle, and tolerationThese essays are based on Pierre Bayle's 'Philosophical commentary on the words of the Gospel - Compel them to come in' ; they examine religious toleration in the 17th century and the idea of an open society+-+96411734653242322ocn030513057book19940.88Colloquium on Seventeenth-century rationalismThe great Arnauld and some of his philosophical correspondentsConference proceedingsAntoine Arnauld (1612-94), commonly known as 'The Great Arnauld, ' was a theologian and philosopher of extraordinary authority during much of the seventeenth century. The leading French Jansenist, he was a principal foe of the Jesuits and the author of some forty-two volumes. Arnauld was at the centre of theological and philosophical work in Europe from 1641, when he published the first of his Apologies pur Jansenius as well as the 'Fourth Objections' to Descartes' Meditations, until his death in 1694. His correspondents included Descartes, Malebranche, and Leibniz. Arnauld's thought has not received the attention one might expect, given the range and richness of his philosophical and theological contribution, and his influence during his lifetime. Nevertheless, there has recently been a revival of interest in Arnauld and his works, and one of the purposes of this volume is to contribute to this revival and to demonstrate the range of questions that need to be dealt with in his canon2071ocn037187332book19960.90Interpreting ArnauldConference proceedingsWhat emerges in the essays is the essential unity of Arnauld's thought. Arnauld is revealed in the volume as a figure who wanted to embrace the new philosophy while remaining loyal to the medieval theological tradition. His attempt to defend this position and his considerable skill at logical analysis are discussed throughout. The essays deal with such topics as Arnauld's attitude towards the Cartesian doctrine of the creation of the eternal truths and his views on miracles, theodicy, and the compatibility of grace and free will. This volume makes an important contribution to the history of seventeenth-century philosophy, theology, and the history of ideas1774ocn002066857book19070.77Romanes, Ethel DuncanThe story of Port RoyalHistory1757ocn013111338book16950.86Malebranche, NicolasA treatise of nature and grace to which is added, the author's idæa of providence, and his answers to several objections against the foregoing discourse1634ocn012271499book16950.90Malebranche, NicolasMalebranch's Search after truth, or, A treatise of the nature of the humane mind and of its management, for avoiding error in the sciences : to which is added the authors defence against accusations of Monsieur de la Ville : also the life of Father Malebranch, of the oratory at Paris, with an account of his works, and several particulars of his controversie with Monsieur Arnaud Dr. of Sorbonne, and Monsieur Regis, professor in philosophy at Paris, written by Monsieur Le Vasseur, lately come over from Paris : vol. II1362ocn026753732book19920.92Arnauld, AntoineRéflexions sur l'éloquence des prédicateurs, 16951305ocn012591287book16850.88Launoy, Jean deJoannis Launoii Constantiensis, Parisiensis theologi Elogium unà cum ejusdem notationibus in censuram duarum propositionum A.A.D.S. [i.e. Antonii Arnaldi Doctoris Sorbonici]HistoryBiography1255ocn008879667book16840.93Claude, JeanThe Catholick doctrine of the Eucharist in all ages in answer to what H. Arnaud, Doctor of the Sorbon alledges, touching the belief of the Greek, Moscovite, Armenian, Jacobite, Nestorian, Coptic, Maronite, and other eastern churches : whereunto is added an account of the Book of the body and blood of our Lord, published under the name of Bertram : in six books1122ocn018472768book16950.93Malebranche, NicolasMalebranch's Search after the truth, or, A treatise of the nature of the humane mind. and of its management, for avoiding error in the sciences : to which is added, the authors defence against the accusations of Monsieur de la Ville : also, the life of Father Malebranch, of the oratory of Paris, with an account of his works, and several particulars of his controversie with Monsieur Arnaud Dr. of Sorbonne, and Monsieur Regis, professor in philosophy at Paris, written by Monsieur Le Vasseur, lately come over from Paris993ocn047644424book19950.84Pariente, Jean ClaudeAntoine Arnauld : philosophie du langage et de la connaissanceConference proceedings922ocn003020952book19760.88Jacques, EmileLes années d'exil d'Antoine Arnauld, 1679-1694Biography802ocn023882324book19910.90Ndiaye, Aloyse RaymondLa philosophie d'Antoine Arnauld782ocn004031903book19580.82Malebranche, NicolasTraité de la nature et de la grâce. Introduction philosophique, notes et commentaire du texte de 1712722ocn008487162book19230.84Laporte, JeanLa doctrine de Port-Royal681ocn052772085book20030.92Le Guern, MichelPascal et ArnauldHistory+-+3948396705+-+3948396705Thu Oct 16 16:01:56 EDT 2014batch117463