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Locke and cartesian philosophy

Locke and cartesian philosophy

Author: Philippe Hamou; Martine Pécharman
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford university press, 2018.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Twelve original essays by an international team of scholars investigate the relation of John Locke's thought to Descartes and Cartesianism. They explore not only these philosophers' theories of  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Locke and cartesian philosophy / Philippe Hamou and Martine Pécharman
[Oxford] : Oxford University Press, 2018. (@Oxford Scholarship Online)
Named Person: John Locke; René Descartes
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philippe Hamou; Martine Pécharman
ISBN: 9780198815037 0198815034
OCLC Number: 1049699715
Description: 1 vol. (x-227 p.) : jacquette ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Philippe Hamou & Martine Pecharman: Introduction1: J. R. Milton: Locke and Descartes: The Initial Exposure 1660-16702: 1. Locke and Cartesian Cosmology: Locke and Cartesian Cosmology3: Lisa Downing: Are Body and Extension the Same Thing? Locke vs Descartes (vs More)4: James Hill: The Cartesian Element in Locke's Anti-Cartesian Conception of Body5: Martha Brandt Bolton: Modes and Composite Material Things According to Descartes and Locke6: Matthieu Haumesser: Virtual Existence of Ideas and Real Existence. Locke's Anti-Cartesian Ontology7: Philippe Hamou: Locke and Descartes on Selves and Thinking Things8: Denis Kambouchner: Locke and Descartes on Free Will9: Catherine Wilson: Essential Religiosity in Descartes and Locke10: Laurent Jaffro: Locke and Port Royal on Affirmation, Negation, and Other 'Postures of the Mind'11: Andreas Blank: Cartesian Logic and Locke's Critique of Maxims12: Nicholas Jolley: Locke and Malebranche. Intelligibility and Empiricism
Responsibility: edited by Philippe Hamou and Martine Pécharman.


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A good resource for those in robust philosophy programs. Summing up: Recommended * CHOICE * The book is a welcome contribution. The twelve papers in it resolutely set aside hackneyed labels in favour Read more...

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