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100 1  Broughton, Janet 
245 12 A Companion to Descartes 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Hoboken :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,|c2007 
264  4 |c©2008 
300    1 online resource (558 pages) 
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490 1  Blackwell Companions to Philosophy Ser. ;|vv.94 
505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- List of 
       Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Part I: The Intellectual 
       Context -- Chapter 1: Life and Works -- Chapter 2: 
       Aristotelian Natural Philosophy: Body, Cause, Nature -- 
       Chapter 3: Descartes and Augustine -- Chapter 4: Descartes
       and the Legacy of Ancient Skepticism -- Part II: 
       Mathematics and Natural Philosophy -- Chapter 5: Descartes
       and Galileo: Copernicanism and the Metaphysical 
       Foundations of Physics -- Chapter 6: Explanation as 
       Confirmation in Descartes's Natural Philosophy -- Chapter 
       7: Descartes and Mathematics -- Chapter 8: Descartes's 
       Optics: Light, the Eye, and Visual Perception -- Part III:
       Epistemology and Metaphysics -- Chapter 9: Descartes's 
       Method -- Chapter 10: Descartes's Use of Doubt -- Chapter 
       11: Self-Knowledge -- Chapter 12: Descartes on True and 
       False Ideas -- Chapter 13: Clear and Distinct Perception -
       - Chapter 14: Causation Without Intelligibility and 
       Causation Without God in Descartes -- Chapter 15: 
       Descartes on Substance -- Chapter 16: Descartes and the 
       Metaphysics of Extension -- Chapter 17: The Role of God in
       Descartes's Philosophy -- Chapter 18: The Cartesian Circle
       and the Foundations of Knowledge -- Chapter 19: Cartesian 
       Innateness -- Chapter 20: Descartes on the Will in 
       Judgment -- Chapter 21: Omnipotence, Modality, and 
       Conceivability -- Chapter 22: Descartes's Dualism -- 
       Chapter 23: The Union and Interaction of Mind and Body -- 
       Chapter 24: Animals -- Chapter 25: How to Engineer a Human
       Being: Passions and Functional Explanation in Descartes --
       Chapter 26: Descartes's Ethics -- Part IV: Descartes's 
       Legacy -- Chapter 27: Descartes's Legacy in the 
       Seventeenth Century: Problems and Polemic -- Chapter 28: 
       Contemporary Reactions to Descartes's Philosophy of Mind -
       - Chapter 29: Descartes and the Phenomenological Tradition
       -- Chapter 30: Our Debt to Descartes -- Index 
520    Janet Broughton is Professor of Philosophy and Dean of 
       Arts and Humanities at the University of California, 
       Berkeley. She is the author of Descartes's Method of Doubt
       (2002).   John Carriero is Professor of Philosophy at the 
       University of California, Los Angeles. He has published 
       widely in early modern philosophy 
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650  0 Descartes, René, -- 1596-1650.;Philosophy, French 
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