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Title: Particulare naturae examen seu Physica particularis, quae ad particularia entia, et singulares rerum naturalium species descendens, earum attributa, praerogativas, usum, causas, effectus, etc. singillatin exponendo divinae Conditoris perfectiones toti orbi commendat.
Other Titles: In Physicam particularem
Authors: Rubio, Antonio
Issue Date: 1761
Description: 213 p., 6 h. de lám. ;
Description: En lomo: "López. In Physicam particularem".
Letra de Antonio Rubio (según Portada y p. 213).
Moore acompaña breve biografía del P. Joaquín López.
Enc. Perg.
Incipit: "Controversia I. De mundo. Articulus primus: Quis, qualis, quotuplex mundus. 1. Multa mundi nomine significantur: 1. Mundus dicitur Archetypus intelligibilis qui non est alius nisi divinus intellectus..." (p. 1).
Explicit: "... Hic autem motus nonnunquam retardari solet, et non videtur velox esse" (p. 210). - [Epílogo] "Tentanda via est quam me quoque possim tollere humo victorque virum volitare per horam. Fin. Victor. El M.R.P. Joachin Lopez" (p. 211).
Is referenced by: Caparrós 94
Moore ArchTeolGran 51 (1988) 192
Keywords: Cosmología
Física
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/20907
Rights : Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License
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