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Cartesian Rationalism

Authors:

  • Zbigniew Drozdowicz

Abstract

Descartes gave the human intellect the central role in rationalism, his system therefore is a variant of intellectual rationalism. Other forms of rationalism had emerged in scholastic philosophy and the ancient philosophies of Plato and Aristotle. While Descartes had reservations with respect to all of them, he still adopted some of their elements: not even such a self-directed and critical philosopher as Descartes could have proceeded on the difficult journey towards truth without any baggage of tradition whatsoever. Those who treated this baggage as a useless burden and have attempted to pursue truth without carrying it, have only discovered things which had long been known.

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Record ID
UAM625e5528624d443b9d87b976b7785c1e
Book type
Monograph
Author
Pages
152
Publication size in sheets
7.55
ISBN
9783631661185
Issue year
2015
DOI
Go to the document by digital ID DOI:10.3726/978-3-653-05611-2 opening in a new tab
Language
en English
Score (nominal)
25
book.scoring
Ministerial score = 25.0, 18-03-2020, MonograhOrBookMainLanguagesAuthor
Publication indicators
Scopus Citations = 0

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