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René Descartes

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René Descartes
Portrait after Frans Hals, 1648[1]
Natawo 31 Marso 1596(1596-03-31)
La Haye en Touraine, Touraine (present-day Descartes, Indre-et-Loire), France
Namatay 11 Pebrero 1650 (edad 53)
Stockholm, Sweden
Nasyonalidad French
Relihiyon Roman Catholic[2]
Panahon 17th-century philosophy
Relihiyon Western Philosophy
Panhunahuna Cartesianism, Rationalism, Foundationalism
Main interests
Metaphysics, Epistemology, Mathematics
Mga ideya nga kilala
Cogito ergo sum, method of doubt, Cartesian coordinate system, Cartesian dualism, ontological argument for the existence of Christian God; Folium of Descartes

Hi René Descartes (31 Marso 1596 – 11 Pebrero 1650), agsob liwat tawagon nga Renatus Cartesius (Linatin), usa hya nga Franses nga pilosopo, matematiko, syentipiko ngan manunurat nga nag-ukoy haros han iya kalagas nga kinabuhi ha Nederlandes. Ginagnayan hiya nga "Amay han Kabag-ohan nga Pilosoiya" ngan kadam-an han Katundan nga pilosopiya, mga baton ha iya mga sinurat, nga kutob yana tim-os nga ginaadman.

Pinanbasaran[igliwat | Igliwat an wikitext]

  1. Russell Shorto. Descartes' Bones. (Doubleday, 2008) p. 218; see also The Louvre, Atlas Database, http://cartelen.louvre.fr
  2. "René Descartes". Newadvent.org. Ginkuhà 2012-05-30. ...preferred to avoid all collision with ecclesiastical authority.
  3. Marenbon, John (2007). Medieval Philosophy: an historical and philosophical introduction. Routledge. p. 174. ISBN 978-0-415-28112-6. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415281133/.  ISBN 978-0-415-28113-3

Tinirok nga binuhatan[igliwat | Igliwat an wikitext]

  • 1983. Oeuvres de Descartes in 11 vols. Adam, Charles, and Tannery, Paul, eds. Paris: Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin. This work is traditionally cited with the initials AT (for Adam and Tannery) followed by a volume number in Roman numerals; thus ATVII refers to Oeuvres de Descartes volume 7.

Tinirok nga Iningles nga paghubad[igliwat | Igliwat an wikitext]

  • 1955. The Philosophical Works, E.S. Haldane and G.R.T. Ross, trans. Dover Publications. This work is traditionally cited with the initials HR (for Haldane and Ross) followed by a volume number in Roman numerals; thus HRII refers to volume 2 of this edition.
  • 1988. The Philosophical Writings Of Descartes in 3 vols. Cottingham, J., Stoothoff, R., Kenny, A., and Murdoch, D., trans. Cambridge University Press.

Uusa nga binuhatan[igliwat | Igliwat an wikitext]

Principia philosophiae, 1685
  • 1618. Compendium Musicae.
  • 1628. Rules for the Direction of the Mind.
  • 1637. Discourse on the Method ("Discours de la Methode"). An introduction to Dioptrique, Des Météores and La Géométrie. Original in French, because intended for a wider public.
  • 1637. La Géométrie. Smith, David E., and Lantham, M. L., trans., 1954. The Geometry of René Descartes. Dover.
  • 1641. Meditations on First Philosophy. Cottingham, J., trans., 1996. Cambridge University Press. Latin original. Alternative English title: Metaphysical Meditations. Includes six Objections and Replies. A second edition published the following year, includes an additional Objection and Reply and a Letter to Dinet. HTML Online Latin-French-English Edition
  • 1644. Les Principes de la philosophie. Miller, V. R. and R. P., trans., 1983. Principles of Philosophy. Reidel.
  • 1647. Comments on a Certain Broadsheet.
  • 1647. The Description of the Human Body.
  • 1648. Conversation with Burman.
  • 1649. Passions of the Soul. Voss, S. H., trans., 1989. Indianapolis: Hackett. Dedicated to Princess Elizabeth of Bohemia.

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Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy