AGRIPPA (Heinrich Cornelius)
De incertitudine & vanitate omnium scientiarum & artium liber. Leiden, Séverin Matthieu, Abraham Commelin & David Lopes de Haro, 1643. In-12, wild calf, decorated back, speckled slices (Binding of the time).
Latin edition printed in small print, containing in continuous pagination, the treatise on the pre-eminence and superiority of women.
Published in 1530, the Paradox on the uncertainty, vanity and abuse of science is one of the major texts of Agrippa de Nettesheim (1486-1535), a great theorist of occult sciences and Kabbalah, and undisputed master of natural magic.
Manuscript bookplates of a religious congregation, dated 1728, on the title.
Doubled internal margin of the title. Minimal wormholes in the back, without gravity.
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