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  • Branch of philosophy is exactly "Rhetoric"

4°. A-O4, a-h4. ff. 56, [32]. mm. 146×200. Italics

4°; ff. [8], 242, [2]. [*]4,†4, A-Z4, AA-ZZ4, AAa-PPp4.

The work is a treatise of moral philosophy conceived as a pedagogical tool since it follows the education and training of a noble man (gentiluomo) from childhood to first maturity. It is a sort of compendium/paraphrase of Aristotle's Ethics, but book…

4°; p. [12], 355, [25].

Bernardo Segni's translation of Aristotle's Poetics and Rhetoric were first printed in Florence in 1549, though the author had been working on them for several years, as confirmed by the manuscript (autograph) version of the Rhetoric now in the…

Annibal Caro's translation of Aristotle's Rhetoric, completed - as the original autograph ms. now in the Ambrosiana (O 120 sup.) confirms - in 1551, was not printed until 1570. The original ms. shows quite a substantial revision of the text and would…

Paper; ff. [II] + [6] + 269 + [II]. Old binding in vellum; mm. 165_230.

Paper; misc., comp. (several units); variable measures. Relevant unit: mm. 215_315. The treatise is provided with two diagrams (ff. 193v, 194v).
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