Origine des découvertes attribuées aux modernes: où l'on démontre que nos plus célebres philosophes ont puisé la plupart de leurs connoissances dans les ouvrages des anciens : & que plusieurs vérités importantes sur la religion ont été connues des sages du paganisme

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la veuve Duchesne, 1776 - Philosophy - 428 pages
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Louis Dutens is the editor of the first edition of the complete works by Leibniz. His work contains many references to the Historia critica philosophiae of Jacob Brucker, the massive history of philosophy that was one of the major sources of the philosophy references in Diderot's Encyclopaedie. Brucker's life and summary of Leibniz's philosophy was printed with this Opera Omnia of Leibniz's work. 

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Page 267 - Deos efle credamus , quèd nulla gens tam fera, nemo omnium tam fit immanis , cujus mentem non imbuerit Deorum opinio. Multi de Diis prava fentiunt : id enim vitiofo more efEci folet ; omnes tamen efTe vim & naturam divinam cenfent.

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