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Geist der spekulativen Philosophie Zweyter Band welcher von Sokrates bis Carneades geht

Author: Dieterich Tiedemann; Carneades; Friedrich, Waldeck Fürst; Socrates
Publisher: Marburg Neue Akadamische Buchhandlung 1791
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dieterich Tiedemann; Carneades; Friedrich, Waldeck Fürst; Socrates
OCLC Number: 257538196
Notes: Fingerprint nach Ex. der NLB Hannover, der HAB Wolfenbüttel, der FB Gotha und der HAAB Weimar
Schlüsselseiten aus dem Exemplar der FB Gotha: Phil 8° 02037/04 (02)
Signaturformel nach Ex. der NLB Hannover und der HAB Wolfenbüttel: [6], A-Z8, Aa-Nn8, Oo2, Pp4
Vorlageform des Erscheinungsvermerks: Marburg, in der Neuen Akademischen Buchhandlung 1791.
Description: XII, 588 S. 8°
Responsibility: von Dieterich Tiedemann, Fürstl. Hessischen Hofrath und ordentlichen Lehrer der Philosophie zu Marburg

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