|Abstract||This study argues that Descartes's conception of rationality presupposes that the order of reasoning essentially obeys his metaphysical categories. It takes to the next level the current trend in de-emphasizing his purported epistemology in favor of his unique metaphysics of cognition.|
|Keywords||Reasoning History Metaphysics History|
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|Call number||B1878.R37.F58 2001|
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