CANTABRIGIENSIS OPERA OMNIA; Nunc Latinitate Donata. Instigatu & Impensis Johannis Cockshuti, Nobilis Angli. Volume One.
Londini: F. Macock, F. Martyn, & Gualt, Kettilby, 1679. FIRST EDITION Rebound in half leather and marble boards with leather titles. Copper engravings of Johannis Cockshutt Generosus. Henry More was a Cambridge Platonist, poet and philosophical writer. He was the chief English voice of his time for Platonism and Neo-Platonism. He translated all of his works into Latin in 1679 believing this would bring him international fame. The "Opera Omnia" includes a full range of his thought starting with ethics and ending with the most intriguing of his works, "Caballisticarum" (with two exceptional full-page plates). [xxiv], 772 pages. A FINE COPY. Tall folio. Wing M2633. (Item ID: 14260)