The Philosophical Writings of Descartes: Volume 1

Cambridge University Press (1629)
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A completely new translation of the works of Descartes is intended to replace the Haldane and Ross edition, first published in 1911. All material from that edition is translated here, with a number of other texts crucial for understanding Cartesian philosophy.

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John Cottingham
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