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Nous joignons les volumes 50 51 et 52 de cette mme anne Nous trouvons en marge de l’Avis: Il n’est connu que de sa famille et de quelques amis”. Ships from the UK. Shows some signs of wear and may condorcef some markings on the inside. Your purchase also supports literacy ka. Original plain wrappers dinco into modern cloth printed spine label.
Spanish bookseller’s label in verso of front wrapper. Minor foxing very small stain at upper edge of several leaves. Biographical paeans to the eleven members of the French Royal Academy of Sciences who died between and by the important French Meomrias philosopher the Marquis de Condorcet Hotel de Thou Facsimile reprint of the Paris ed.
White wrappers spine title. Condorcet was a French philosopher mathematician and early political scientist whose Condorcet method in voting tally selects the candidate who would beat each of the other candidates in condorcdt run-off election. Unlike many of his contemporaries he advocated a liberal economy free and equal public education constitutionalism and equal rights for women and people of all races.
His ideas and writings were said to embody the ideals of the Age of Enlightenment and rationalism and remain influential to this day. He died a mysterious death in prison after a period of flight from French Revolutionary authorities. Facsimile of the original edition. Plain white wrappers spine title. Condorcet was secretary to the Paris Academy of Sciences.
He died a mysterious death in prison after a period of being a fugitive from French Revolutionary authorities. L’Academie des Sciences de memoriaa de France Covers slightly soiled; a little underlining; p. Octavo x mm. Contemporary mottled sheep green morocco spine label compartments decorated in gilt red edges. Minor wear to extremities boards and spine a little scuffed endpapers slightly browned an excellent copy.
First edition of the finest and most durable expression of the ultimate perfectibility of man. He forecasts the destruction of inequality between nations and classes and the improvement intellectual moral and physical of human nature.
Unlike Godwin he does not preach absolute equality but equality of opportunity” PMM. By linking the question of human progress with that of population Condorcet also anticipated the work of Malthus see Spengler French Predecessors of Malthus.
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INSTRUCCIÓN – Definition and synonyms of instrucción in the Spanish dictionary
Dampstained upper corners for approximately first pages. Small ink marks pp. This history of the progress of mankind is one of the main works of the Enlightenment as well of historical thought in general. Published after Condorcet’s death mmeorias book traces human history through various eras from savagery to the revolution of his intruccion lifetime.
His prophetic view of the tenth epoch forecasts the destruction of inequality between nations and classes. Caritat Marquis de A. Ouvrage posthume de Condorcet.
A very good copy. Condorcet’s final and greatest work written during pubilca last month of his life and published posthumously. It has often been considered one of the outstanding expressions of the 18th century Enlightenment. Condorcet moreover specifically related the theory of progress to condorcett problem of population as later conceived by Malthus”.
Paris, chez Agasse, rue des Poitevins, No. This book has soft covers. In fair condition suitable as a study copy. Used – Very Good.
Mild shelf wear otherwise very sound. Agasse ans III Second edition 8vo pp. Condorcet looking back and then forward saw proof of this in the growing equality between classes and nations the intellectual physical and moral improvement of man; and he prophesied that popular education on correct principles would strengthen and assure this progress.
In the Esquisse An Historical Outline of the Progress of the Human Mind published after his death Condorcet traces the history of man through epochs the first three covering his progress from savagery to pastoral community and thence to the agricultural state.
The next five span the growth of civilizations and knowledge down to Descartes and the ninth describes the revolution of Condorcet’s own lifetime from Newton to Rousseau. The prophetic view of the tenth epoch shows Condorcet at his most original. He forecasts the destruction of inequality between nations and classes and the improvement intellectual moral and physical of human nature it is as the most fully developed exposition of the progress of man that Condorcet’s work is now remembered and it is this which has given its lasting appeal.
Printing and the Mind of Man ; Robinet Considered to be Condorcet’s most original and most important work. In it he divided history into ten epochs the first nine dealing with history upto the time in which he himself lived whereas the tenth is his prophetic view of the future. It is the most original part of the book in which Condorcet forecasts among others the future moral intellectual and physical improvement of man.
Chez Agasse An V Third edition published by Sophie Condorcet and Daunou. Chez Agasse, An V The first large-scale attempt to apply mathematics to knowledge of human phenomena. The subject was one that departed from the natural sciences and mathematics but nevertheless showed the way toward a scientific comprehension of human phenomena taking the empirical approach of natural science as its inspiration and employing mathematics as its tool. Condorcet called this new science “social mathematics”.
It was apparently intended to comprise. The great work on the voting process published in is related to the later. Condorcet there sought to construct a scheme for an electoral body the purpose of which would be to determine the truth about a given subject by the process of voting and in which each elector would have the same chance of voicing the truth.
Such a scheme was presented exactly like what is today called a model.
memlrias Its parameters were the number of voters the majority required and the probability that any particular vote voices a correct judgment. Condorcet’s entire analysis consisted then of calculating different variable functions of these structural parameters. Concorcet for example was the probability that a decision reached by majority vote might be correct. An interesting complication of the model is introduced by the assumption that individual votes are not mutually independent.
For example the influence of a leader might intervene; or several successive cindorcet are taken the electors’ opinions may change during the voting process. On the other hand the problem of estimating the various parameters on a statistical basis was brought out by Condorcet whose treatment foreshadowed very closely that employed by modern users of mathematical models in the social sciences. The mathematical apparatus may be reduced to simple theorems of addition condorcey multiplication of probabilities to binomial distribution and to the Bayes-Laplace rule.
Along the way he encountered a completely different problem the decomposition and composition of electoral decisions in the instruccoon of elementary propositions on which voters pronounce either “Yes” or “No”. He then anticipated without punlica aware of it the logical import of this problem which was the theory of the sixteen binary sentence connectives among which he emphasized the conditional.
He showed that a complex questionnaire could be reduced to a sequence of dichotomies and that constraints implicitly contained in the complex questionnaire are equivalent to rejection of certain combinations of “Yes” and “No” in the elementary propositions.
This is literally the reduction into normal disjunctive forms as practiced by contemporary logicians. He therefore brought to light more completely and more systematically than his predecessor Borda the possible incoherence of collective judgment in the relative ordering of several candidates.
In his analysis Condorcet described several now famous results including Condorcet’s jury theorem his voting paradox and the Condorcet instrucfion method. This book is brand new.
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Translated from the French. Contemporary half calf marbled sides spine gilt in compartments titles to spine gilt edges sprinkled green. Contemporary ownership signatures to front pastedown and head of title page.
Extremities slightly rubbed and worn joints cracked but firm endpapers lightly tanned occasional minor spotting to text block. Condorcet traces condorfet history of man through epochs the first three covering his progress from savagery to pastoral community and thence to the agricultural state. He forecasts the destruction of inequality between nations and classes and the improvement intellectual moral and physical of human nature” PMM.
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Being a Posthumous Work. Lang and Ustick Printed by Lang and Ustick for M. Printing and the Mind of Man “Considered to be Condorcet’s most original and most important work. In it he divided history into ten epochs the first nine dealing with history up to the time in which he himself lived whereas the tenth is his prophetic view of the future.
Sohre New York Portrait of Intruccion engraved by Elkanah Tisdale.