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Descartes and Cartesianism

Essays in Honour of Desmond Clarke

Date de publication: 26/01/2017

This volume is a collection of original essays dealing with Cartesian themes and problems, especially as these arise in connection with Cartesian natural science and the theory of perception, agency, mentality, divinity, and the passions. It focuses in particular on Desmond Clarke's important contributions to these aspects of Descartes's writings.

Stephen Gaukroger and Catherine Wilson split the volume into four distinct parts; Cartesian Science, Mind and Perception, Actions and Passions, and Cartesian Woman. The contributors are internationally known and respected scholars of 17th century philosophy writing on a number of their favourite Cartesian topics.

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  • Éditeur
    Oxford University Press
  • Auteur(s)
    Edited by Stephen Gaukroger, University of Sydney, and Catherine Wilson, University of York.

    Contributors:

    Delphine Antoine-Mahut, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon
    Erik-Jan Bos, Radboud University, Nijmegen
    John Cottingham, Reading University
    Karen Detlefsen, University of Pennsylvania
    Alexander Douglas, Heythrop College, London.
    Stephen Gaukroger, University of Sydney
    Susan James, Birkbeck College London
    Denis Kambouchner, University of Paris-1
    John Schuster, Sydney Centre for the Foundations of Science, University of Sydney
    Galen Strawson, University of Texas at Austin
    Theo Verbeek, University of Utrecht
    Catherine Wilson, University of York