Venice: Orinus de Luna, Papiensis, 9 June 1497. 19th century mottled pastepaper boards with morocco label to spine. Some rubbing and general wear; rear joint cracked and front joint starting, but both holding well. Measuring 294 x 203mm and collating  out of 52 leaves, lacking the final blank else complete. Significant foxing throughout, and marginal dampstain to the final four leaves; final leaf restored on the upper outer margin with loss to text.
A key work in the development of modern science, written by a "logician at the forefront of the movement that expanded the analysis of language based on the properties of terms...As a natural philosopher, Albert of Saxony worked in the context of the new Parisian physics, contributing to its spread through central Europe" (Stanford). Today, his major contribution lies not in logical innovation, but in the clear, precise, and concise synthesis of logical concepts that would move the natural sciences ahead.
Goff A-348. (Item #4525)