Title Dictionnaire Philosophique de la Religion ou l'on établit tous les points de la religion attaqués par les incrédules, ou l'on répond à toutes leurs objections (Quartre volumes en un)
Binding Leather Bound
Book Condition Good
Size 8vo 7.75 - 9.75'' tall
Publisher Liege/Bruxelles J. F. Bassompierre / J. Van Berghen 1773
Seller ID 89392
In French. Complete in one volume. Par l'auteur des Erreurs de Voltaire. Full-leather. Marbled combed endpapers. Most of leather spine cover gone, leather at board edges worn off. Hinges weakened. Very minor foxing on pages near endpapers, interior pages clean. An attack on Voltaire's Dictionnaire philosophique. Nonnotte (1711-1793) entered the Society of Jesus and preached at Amiens, Versailles, and Turin. Nonnotte was a controversialist, chiefly known for his writings against Voltaire. When Voltaire issued his 'Essai sur les moeurs' (1754), an attack on Christianity, Nonnotte published, anonymously, the 'Examen critique ou Réfutation du livre des moeurs'; and when Voltaire finished his publication (1758), Nonnotte revised his book, which he published at Avignon (2 vols., 1762). Against the 'Dictionnaire philosophique', in which Voltaire had recapitulated, under a popular form, all his attacks on Christianity, Nonnotte published the 'Dictionnaire philosophique de la religion' (Avignon, 1772), in which he replied to all the objections then brought against religion. Provenance: Title page has ancient signature of Carolus Mager of Graffinthal. Also bears ink stamp of 'Judische Bibliothek und Lesehalle' (Jewish Library and Reading Room Society), center of Hamburg Germany's Jewish intellectual circle during its brief existence (1909-1921). XII + 708 pages.
Philosophy/Ethics Religion::Christian Religion::General French