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Autore: René Descartes
Editore: New York, Liberal Arts Press [1956]
Serie: Library of liberal arts, 19.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : English : [2d (rev.) ed.]Vedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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By an almost universal agreement among philosophers and historians, Rene' Descartes is considered the originator of modern philosophy, or at least the first important philosopher of our times. If we add to this the common belief that philosophy points the way for developments in all other fields, it will be evident that to Descartes is ascribed an importance comparable to that of the beginnings of intellectual  Per saperne di più…
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Informazioni aggiuntive sul formato: Online version:
Descartes, René, 1596-1650.
Discourse on method.
New York, Liberal Arts Press [1956]
(OCoLC)741711222
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: René Descartes
Numero OCLC: 1118776
Descrizione: xxii, 50 pages 21 cm.
Contenuti: Some thoughts on the sciences --
The principal rules of the method --
Some moral rules derived from the method --
Proofs of the existence of God and the human soul --
Some questions of physics --
Some prerequisites for further advances in the study of nature.
Titolo della serie: Library of liberal arts, 19.
Responsabilità: Translated with an introd., by Laurence J. Lafleur.

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By an almost universal agreement among philosophers and historians, Rene' Descartes is considered the originator of modern philosophy, or at least the first important philosopher of our times. If we add to this the common belief that philosophy points the way for developments in all other fields, it will be evident that to Descartes is ascribed an importance comparable to that of the beginnings of intellectual culture in Greece or of the origin and spread of Christianity in the Mediterranean regions, and surpassing all other events in history. The study of Descartes can start in no more appropriate way than by inquiring into his reputation, and deciding in what sense and to what extent it is justified. Discourse on Method was originally published in 1637.

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