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Cress , Donal d A. Provides easy-to-use, alphabetically arranged author-lists. Athens: University of Georgia Press, Amherst : University of The translation featured in the Third Edition has been thoroughly revised from the First Edition and includes pages references to the critical edition for ease of comparison. Introduced by Peter Gay.

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New York: Routledge, Verbeek, Theo. Early Reactions to Cartesian Philosophy: — Williams , Bernard. Descartes, the Project of Pure Enquiry. London: Penguin Books, Wilson, Catherine. Descartes's Meditations: An Introduction.

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In the seventeenth century the Latin version was probably much more widely read than the French text. There were problems for the editors of both versions. Firstly there were differences between the manuscripts: Clerselier in Paris claimed that his version was Descartes's own that the others were 'corrupt' and that Schuyl had been 'misled' by them. However a more important difficulty was raised because it was clear that the text was intended to be illustrated - Descartes refers to figures and to features within these labelled by letters.

But no set of figures accompanied the manuscripts. Both editors have left quite detailed accounts in their long prefaces - little treatises in themselves. Here I consider only Schuyl the editor of the Latin De homine. Schuyl was a professor of philosophy in the town of 's-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands the country in which Descartes was living during the writing of Le monde.

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Two of the author's friends had copies of the manuscript that they supplied to Schuyl and with one of these were included two sketches of illustrations apparently in Descartes's own hand. These Schuyl included. One of them represents the medial and lateral rectus muscles in the orbit which deflect the eye nasally and temporally.

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The other figures Schuyl had to have made and since he mentions no one else one supposes that he designed them himself. Waller only has a later edition. Very nice contemporary full mottled calf with five raised bands to richly gilt spine. All edges of boards gilt. Old owner's name to title-page Cognel A small marginal strip of paper to outer blank margin of title-page far from affecting printing and very discreet. A lovely copy with large margins.

Woodcut initials and vignettes. Richly illustrated in the text and with five full page illustrations all woodcut. As the entire philosophy presented in the work is based upon the heliocentric view it is no wonder that Descartes after having heard of Galileo's conviction due to suspection of heresy delayed publishing the book see eg. This treatise remained unpublished in Descartes' lifetime. So too did the associated L'homme.

Meditations, Objections, and Replies

He withheld these essays. He establishes his laws of motion and the theory of the lack of void or empty space in nature. Having established these theories Descartes can fully explain the nature of light and he gives us the twelve properties of the behavior of light all based on his belief that light travels instantaneously of course also possible since nature is without void. Old handwritten title to spine. Engraved portrait Descartes.

Profusely textillustrated with geometrical diagrams. Printed on good paper wide-margined clean and fine. It was partly ignored in editions of "Discours" but when it appeared on its own in the Latin translation as here which was aimed at the European public it also contained a commentary by van Schooten and a translatin of the notes sent to Descartes by Florimond de Beaume the invention of the analytic method was distributed to the learned world and it thus revolutionized algebra and mechanics.

The Geometry was designated by John Stuart Mill as "the greatest single step ever made in the progress of the exact sciences". Uncut in orig. Spine gilt. LXXV pp. Traduction Francaise. Vrin XX pp. Small octavo.

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Later leather gilt spine raised bands page ends washed red. Lacking final pages.

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Lacking spine labels. Rubbing and chipping wear. Occasional spotting. Soiling to edges of folding plates. Descartes considers the human body as a machine. Conceived as a follow-up to the "Discourse of the Method" Descartes took the precaution not to make it appear during his lifetime. The first premise of philosophical research this is the reason and his method of deduction. The Cartesian project is a project of universal knowledge not only philosophical. Principia follow the Discourse on Method and Meditations The aim of the work is prodigious Descartes wants to provide a new metaphysics based on the cogito which creates a new classification of knowledge and a new moral reflection which it operates by the revolution gave birth to the Enlightenment.

Hardcover in slip case. Good binding and cover. Clean unmarked pages.

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