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Jaakko Hintikka, ‘Cogito, Ergo Sum: Inference or Performance?’ in Descartes: A Collection of Critical Essays, ed. Willis Doney (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, ), pp. –, also Hiram Caton, The Origins of Subjectivity: An Essay on Descartes (New Haven: Yale University Press, ), pp. For critical positions, see F. Feldman, ‘On the Performatory Author: John O’Neill. It is not unusual for a collection of conference papers to include essays that do not quite fit the books' primary themes. Yet I was disappointed that the third part of Antoine-Mahut and Roux's anthology did not include contributions about Descartes's reception among other, lesser-known authors in England or Germany (or in Italy outside of Naples).
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OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 18 cm. Contents: Introduction --Certainty / G.E. Moore --Dreaming and skepticism / Norman Malcolm --'I think therefore I am' / A.J. Ayer --The certainty of the cogito / Bernard Williams --Cogito, Ergo Sum: inference or performance?/ Jaakko Hintikka --Descartes's Meditations / H.A.
Prichard --The basis of knowledge in Descartes / A.K. Stout --The. OCLC Number: Description: pages 19 cm. Contents: Introduction --Certainty / G.E. Moore --Dreaming and skepticism / Norman Malcolm --'I think, therefore I am" / A.J.
Ayer --The certainty of the cogito / Bernard Williams --Cogito, ergo sum: inference or performance?/ Jaakko Hintikka --Descartes's Meditations / H.A.
Prichard --The basis of knowledge in Descartes / A.K. Stout --The. This collection of eleven essays edited by Theodore Ziolkowski published back in provides a well-balanced overview of Hesse’s life and work, at the time a much needed literary and scholarly analysis since, although Hesse won the Nobel Prize for Literature infor years his reputation had been something of a political and cultural hot potato.5/5(1).
French philosopher and mathematician. Descartes is considered the father of modern philosophy and one of the seminal figures of French thought. In his philosophical program, as presented in such important works as Discourse on Method and Meditations on First Philosophy, he "brought together," as Wilhelm Windelband.
CAMUS: A COLLECTION OF CRITICAL ESSAYS. Edited by Germaine Bree. pages Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., Comments and outlines by Bob Corbett June This is a useful collection of essays which appeared in collection shortly after Camus's death.
Some deal with his life and work in an overview fashion, others with. Descartes' First Meditation Rene Descartes decision to shatter the molds of traditional thinking is still talked about today.
He is regarded as an influential abstract thinker; and some of his main ideas are still talked about by philosophers all over the world. Descartes: a collection of critical essays book importance in [the] mathematical movement [in science] was twofold; he worked out a comprehensive hypothesis in detail of the mathematical structure and operations of the material.
One of a series of works aimed at presenting contemporary critical opinion on major authors, this collection includes essays by Leon Edel, Joseph Conrad, Max Beerbohm, Ezra Pound, Edith Wharton, Percy Lubbock, Virginia Woolf, T.
Eliot, Van Wyck Brooks, Edmund Wilson, E. : $ Four centuries ago, the great French philosopher, scientist, and mathematician René Descartes (Ma –Febru ) set out to answer these questions in a treatise on “the method for conducting one’s reason well,” included in his Philosophical Essays and Correspondence (public library).
To put it more precisely, Rene Descartes stood on the ground that it was important to conduct analysis on the principle of deduction and critical evaluation. In such a way, he stood on the rationalist ground and believed that the truth can be found and correct judgments can be made only on the condition of the application of his method, which was based on principles of deduction.
By contrast, for Descartes, the human being -- the composite of the human mind and the human body -- does have an intrinsic end-directed nature. Detlefsen asks a deep and generally neglected question: what is it in virtue of which this composite has this teleological nature and has it, as it were.
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As Descartes writes, he is certain “as long as he is thinking.”3 Moreover, this conception of temporality is independent of motion, counting, and the body, and thus serves as both a development and a response to Aristotle’s theory of time from Book Four.
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Descartes argues in favor of dualism, the mind is completely independent of the body and vice versa. We have a sense this kind of dualism exists when we say, “I am a mind with a body.” Descartes argues that the self exists in consciousness and that the body is simply a machine the mind controls.
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