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PDF/EPUB women1.pro ✓ Discours de la Méthode ePUB ô Discours de MOBI René Descartes also known as Renatus Cartesius Latinized form was a highly influential French philosopher mathematician scientist and writer He has been dubbed the Father of Modern Philosophy and much of subseuent Western philosophy is a response to his writings which continue to be studied closely His influence in mathematics is also apparent the Cartesian coordinate system that is

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  1. Stephen Stephen says:

    PDF/EPUB women1.pro ✓ Discours de la Méthode ePUB ô Discours de MOBI discours free, méthode ebok, Discours de download, Discours de la Méthode eBook30 to 35 stars though as mentioned below the first four sections get 4 to 5 stars One of the most influential works in history of modern sciencephilosophy the full name of the work is Discourse on the Method of Rightly Conducting One's Reason and of Seeking Truth in the Sciences It is a work that deals with the ascertaining of knowledge from first principals and creates a method from which all research into scientific principals could be based He begins by saying that because so many different and contradictory theories have been set forth by learned and great men that it is impossible to trust anything that you can not verify yourself based on your own observations This skepticism of all that has come before was the cornerstone for modern scientifi


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    PDF/EPUB women1.pro ✓ Discours de la Méthode ePUB ô Discours de MOBI discours free, méthode ebok, Discours de download, Discours de la Méthode eBook “the perusal of all excellent books is as it were to interview with the noblest men of past ages who have written them” ― René Descartes Discourse on Method There are certain books that are hugely influential and fantastic reads This one was hugely influential In many ways modern science and philosophy owes a great deal to some of the frameworks methods and rationalities posited by Descartes in this book Hell even the idea of starting off skeptical and building from th


  3. Ioana Ioana says:

    PDF/EPUB women1.pro ✓ Discours de la Méthode ePUB ô Discours de MOBI discours free, méthode ebok, Discours de download, Discours de la Méthode eBook I concede the point my entire philosophical raison d'être orbits around the deconstruction of the false dualism unleashed upon the world by René Though albeit alas perhaps it is unfair to blame him entirely seeing as the Greeks started it and considering that R was most likely just articulating an ethos since embodied by “Western” European civilizationDualism the idea of separation articulation and demarcat


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    PDF/EPUB women1.pro ✓ Discours de la Méthode ePUB ô Discours de MOBI discours free, méthode ebok, Discours de download, Discours de la Méthode eBookDiscourse on the Methods by Rene DescartesI think therefore I am COGITO ERGO SUM if all the other objects which I had ever imagined had been in reality existent I would have had no reason to believe that I existed; I thence concluded that I was a substance whose whole essence or nature consists only in thinkingCOGITO ERGO SUM is perhaps the most famous line ever written in all of philosophy It


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    PDF/EPUB women1.pro ✓ Discours de la Méthode ePUB ô Discours de MOBI discours free, méthode ebok, Discours de download, Discours de la Méthode eBookThe Discourse on the Method is a fascinating book both as a work of philosophy and as a historical document Descartes lived and worked in a period that Thomas Kuhn would call a paradigm shift one way of thinking one worldview was slowly being replaced by another Descartes's work while part of the new paradigm still has one leg in the old mode of thoughtThe old waning worldview was scholastic Aristotelianism The Aristotelian paradigm had a conception of the mind of knowledge and of science that may seem very alien to us today but this conception held sway over Western thought for about two thousand yearsAccording to the Aristotelian tradition the mind proper—what is exclusive


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    PDF/EPUB women1.pro ✓ Discours de la Méthode ePUB ô Discours de MOBI discours free, méthode ebok, Discours de download, Discours de la Méthode eBook“Reading good books is like engaging in conversation with the most cultivated minds of past centuries who had composed them or rather taking part in a well conducted dialogue in which such minds reveal to us only the best of their thoughts” “That is because God isn’t a deceiver which implies that he has given me the ability to correct any falsity there may be in my opinions Indeed everything that I am ‘taught by nature’ certainly contains some truth For the term ‘nature’ understood in the most general way refers to God himself or to the ordered system of created things established by him And my own nature is simply the totality of things bestowed on me by God”


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    PDF/EPUB women1.pro ✓ Discours de la Méthode ePUB ô Discours de MOBI discours free, méthode ebok, Discours de download, Discours de la Méthode eBook“Endeavor always to master myself rather than fortune to try to change my desires rather than to change the order of the world and in general to settle for the belief that there is nothing entirely in our power except our thoughts and after we have tried in respect of things external to us to do our best everything in which


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    PDF/EPUB women1.pro ✓ Discours de la Méthode ePUB ô Discours de MOBI discours free, méthode ebok, Discours de download, Discours de la Méthode eBook“Just walk away Rene”Well another genius buried a long time ago with his philosophy Some of his thoughts resonated with me Much of it did notThe hubris of many ‘thinkers’ can be disagreeable to someone who has himself developed an unshared personal mapstrategy for life after existing here for many yearsOnward


  9. Luís Luís says:

    PDF/EPUB women1.pro ✓ Discours de la Méthode ePUB ô Discours de MOBI discours free, méthode ebok, Discours de download, Discours de la Méthode eBookWhat to add that has not already been said about what is perhaps the most famous of speeches? Not much in my opinion so I will briefly summarize the object and the reason for the bookFirst of all the preface makes clear and it is a uestion of approaching the work not as an exposition of philosophy but as a preparation for it Indeed Descartes sees himself constrained by learning of the condemnation of Galileo for his ideas too accurate for the time to make conseuent cuts on what should be the work at the base His physics based on recent discoveries of Galileo heliocentrism and the movement of the earth he cannot afford to corroborate these theses and risk condemnation himself He therefore manages to be content to plough the ground without really planting anything his seeds being dependent on ideas that he has no right to supportHe is merely going to explain his philosophical method to us which he says should allow anyone who uses it to increase their knowledge by degree gradually


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    PDF/EPUB women1.pro ✓ Discours de la Méthode ePUB ô Discours de MOBI discours free, méthode ebok, Discours de download, Discours de la Méthode eBookSummary of my notes on the Discourse by partI The premise is introduced that reason is naturally eual in all and truth is to be found by conducting it correctly Descartes attempts to show how he himself has attempted this no


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