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Kortholt, Christian:
De tribus impostoribus magnis liber, cura editus Christiani Kortholti

Kiel : Reumann, 1680. - XIV, 294 pp.

Mention of Spinoza: Sectio III. De Benedicto Spinoza: 139-225
Other editions / translations: Erneut/Again: Hamburgi, 1700. - (VIII), 168 pp. - [Spinoza: V-VIII, 75-114. Kommentar/Commentary: Ohne den Widmungsbrief der Erstausgabe, dafür mit einer Praefatio des Sohnes Sebastian Kortholt mit biographischen Details zu Spinoza auf Grund eigener Erkundigungen/This edition includes a preface, written by Kortholts son, Sebastian Kortholt, which includes biografic information about Spinoza based on private information] // [...] denuo cura editus Christiani Kortholti. - 1701 // Reprint d. Ausg. 1701 (mit e. Einl. v. Winfried Schröder). - Stuttgart-Bad Canstatt : frommann-holzboog, 1999. - (Freidenker der europäischen Aufklärung ; Abt. 2 : Materialien ; 1)
[Kortholt, Christian/Sebastian]: Praefatio.
German/Deutsch: (1692)
Engl.: (1927)
Französisch/French: (1982)
Span.: (1995)
Russisch/Russian: (2016)

Literature type: Monographs
Language: Latin
Thematic areas: Overall view / introduction

Reviews: Anonymus [zur Ausgabe von 1700]. In: Acta eruditorum anno MDCCI pulicata. Lipsiae. Prostant apud Joh. Grossi Haeredes, Thom. Fritschium & Frid. Groschuf. Typis Christiani Gözi. A. 1701: 104-106

Autopsy: yes
English commentary: The three impostors are Herbert of Cherbury, Thomas Hobbes and Baruch Spinoza ; see also: ; ; ; ; ; ;
Introduction to the reprint 1701 by Winfried Schröder, first 1998
Wilhelm Halfmann: Kortholt's biography

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