“The title of Psychopannychia derived from Greek words which signify ‘the sleep of the soul;’ the object of the tract being to show, partly from reason, but more especially from Scripture, that there is no such sleep. It was originally published in 1534, when Calvin was twenty-five years of age, and is, consequently, with the exception of the Commentary on the De Clementia of Seneca, published in 1532, the earliest of all his writings, and two years earlier than the Institutes, the first known edition of which appeared in 1536. It thus possesses, especially to those who delight to trace the progress of a master mind, an interest additional to that which its merit gives it.” —from the Introduction
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5.25" x 8" (13.335 x 20.32 cm)
Black & White on White paper
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