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Seven philosophical problems and two propositions of geometry by Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury ; with an apology for himself and his writings.
Hobbes, Thomas, 1588-1679.
"Dedicated to the King in the year 1662."
Also issued separately.
, 84 p., 1 folded leaf of plates.
London : Printed for William Crook, 1682.
Wing / H2259
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