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Descartes - GARRETT THOMSON

Descartes - GARRETT THOMSON
  • Descartes - GARRETT THOMSON
  • Descartes - GARRETT THOMSON
This book provides a concise, precise, and comprehensible overview of Descartes' most important ideas. From the study of his metaphysical starting points, he proceeds to the analysis and critique of individual Cartesian elaborations of physics, psychology, or arguments about the existence of God.

René Descartes (1596 - 1650) changed our idea of the world. He was a visionary thinker and was the first to come up with the idea of explaining all the physical changes using a few basic laws. He applied this important idea to an incredibly wide range of phenomena, from astronomy to anatomy. He sanded lenses, observed stars, dissected corpses, experimented with magnets, and read, think, and write, in an effort to unite our knowledge into a single whole. His philosophical legacy raises problems and solutions that are still relevant today, despite endless objections or perhaps thanks to them.
product ID
1000322
EAN code
9788088912637
ISBN code
80-88912-63-6
Weight
130,00 g
Name of the book
Descartes
Author
Garrett Thomson
bond
Language
Publisher
Marenčin PT
Year of publication
2014
Book status
3.86,- $Price
1 ks
BOOK STATUS: Good condition. On the back of the envelope you can see the rest of the glue after the scraped sticker.
This book provides a concise, precise, and comprehensible overview of Descartes' most important ideas. From the study of his metaphysical starting points, he proceeds to the analysis and critique of individual Cartesian elaborations of physics, psychology, or arguments about the existence of God.

René Descartes (1596 - 1650) changed our idea of the world. He was a visionary thinker and was the first to come up with the idea of explaining all the physical changes using a few basic laws. He applied this important idea to an incredibly wide range of phenomena, from astronomy to anatomy. He sanded lenses, observed stars, dissected corpses, experimented with magnets, and read, think, and write, in an effort to unite our knowledge into a single whole. His philosophical legacy raises problems and solutions that are still relevant today, despite endless objections or perhaps thanks to them.

 
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