Voss (Ed.) (1993)

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Voss, Stephen. (Ed.). (1993) Essays on the Philosophy and Science of Rene Descartes. Oxford University Press.

Title Essays on the Philosophy and Science of Rene Descartes
Resource Type collection
Author(s) Stephen Voss
Year 1993
Publisher Oxford University Press
ISBN 0195075501

Abstract

In his philosophy and science, Rene Descartes was able to construct a world so capacious that anyone who studies his ideas well can live there—can acquire a unique understanding of our common world by examining it from his perspective. The community of scholars inhabiting the Cartesian world is now more than 350 years old. Each generation, in its distinctive way, discovers new resources in Descartes's world and makes its own contribution to our understanding of it. The present book is rich with such contributions, at once expressive of the present moment in scholarship and of the immutable natures specified by the Cartesian text.

Articles in This Collection

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  • Garber (1993): Garber, Daniel. (1993) Descartes and Experiment in the Discourse and Essays. In Voss (Ed.) (1993), 288-310.

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Contributors

Hakob Barseghyan (3.3%), William Rawleigh (96.7%)