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Argens, Jean-Baptiste de Boyer Marquis d' (Hrsg., Übers./ed., transl.):
The Jewish spy : Being a Philosophical, Historical and Critical Correspondence by Letters Which Lately Pass'd Between Certain Jews in Turkey, Italy, France &c. ; translated from the Originals into French by the Marquis d'Argens and now done into English [5 vol.]

Argens, Jean-Baptiste de Boyer Marquis d' (Hrsg., Übers./ed., transl.)

3. ed.. London : Miller [e.a.], 1766.

First edition in the original language: Französisch/French
Mention of Spinoza: Vol 1. Letter XXXIII. Monceca to Onis: 244-246 ; Vol. 2. Letter XLVI. Monceca to Onis: 44-45 ; Vol. 3. Letter LXXXII. Monceca to Onis: 10-11 ; Vol. 3. Letter LXXXVII. Monceca to Brito: 54-56
Other editions / translations: Zuerst/first: 1739 // 1744 // Newcastle : Flemming, 1746 (4 vol.) // Dublin: Nelson and Saunders, 1753
Erneut/again [obige Briefauszüge/Extracts of Letters above] betitelt/entitled: 'The divisibility of God and atoms in Spinoza's philosophy' in: Boucher, Wayne I. (Hrsg./Ed.): Spinoza : 18th and 19th Century Discussions (1999) : Vol. 1 ; 1700-1800. - [17. [181]-183]

Literature type: Letters, Diaries, Notes
Language: English
Thematic areas: Metaphysics / ontology, Epistemology / methodology / philosophy of mind, Reception history

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