Obras de Lourenzo Gracian Divididas en dos Tomos
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An exemplary work from the Spanish Golden Age. Its author Baltazar Gracián stands out as a landmark in philosophy, having been particularly read by Schopenhauer and Nietzshe. This 1702 leather-bound edition, organised into two volumes, contains his complete works: Volume I: El Criticón, an allegory of life, for its excellence often compared to Miguel de Cervantes' Don Quixote - El Discreto - El Politico - El Héroe; Volume II: La Agudeza y Arte de Ingenio - Oráculo Manual y Arte de Prudencia, a work acclaimed by Nietzsche for its moral subtlety.