Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Antoine Le Grand" by Patricia Easton

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Primary Texts

  • Cudworth, Ralph, 1678. The True Intellectual System of the Universe, London. (Scholar)
  • Descartes, René, 1985–91a. The Philosophical Writings of Descartes, Volume 1, Cambridge.
  • –––, 1985–91b. The Philosophical Writings of Descartes, Meditations on First Philosophy with Objections and Replies, Volume II, Cambridge.
  • –––, 1985–91c. The Philosophical Writings of Descartes, Descartes’s Correspondence, Volume III, Cambridge.
  • Le Grand, Antoine, 1662. Le sage des Stoïques ou l’homme sans passions , selon les sentiments de Sénèque, The Hague; reprinted anonymously as Les caractères de l’homme sans passions, selon les sentiments de Sénèque, Paris (1663, 1682); Lyons (1665); translated into English G. Richard, Man without Passion: Or, the wise Stoick, according to the Sentiments of Seneca, London (1675). (Scholar)
  • –––, 1669. L’Epicure spirituel, ou l’empire de la volupté sur les vertus, Douai; Paris; translated into English by E. Cooke, The Divine Epicurus, or, the Empire of Pleasure over the Virtues, London (1676).
  • –––, 1669. Scydromedia seu sermo quem Alphonsus de la Vida habuit corram comite de Falmouth de monarchia liber  primus, London; Nuremberg, (1680); translated into German under same title U. Greiff, Bern: Lang (1991). (Scholar)
  • –––, 1671. Philosophia veterum, e mente Renati Descartes more scholastico breviter digesta, London. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1672. Institutio philosophiae secundum Principia D. Renati Descartes: Novo methodo adornata & explicata, cumque indice locupletissimo actua, London (1675, 1678, 1680, 1683); Nuremberg (1679, 1683, 1695, 1711); Geneva, (1694). (Scholar)
  • –––, 1673. Historia naturae variis experimentis & ratiociniis elucidata, London (1680); Nuremberg, (1678, 1680, 1702). (Scholar)
  • –––, 1675. Dissertatio de carentia sensus et cognitionis in brutis, London; Lyons (1675); Nuremberg (1679). (Scholar)
  • –––, 1679. Apologia pro Renato Des-Cartes contra Samuelem Parkerum, S.T.P. archidiaconum cantuariensem, instituta & adornata, London (1682); Nuremberg (1681). (Scholar)
  • –––, 1682. Jacobi Rohaulti tractatus physicus gallice emissus et recens latinitate donatus per Th. Bonetum D.M. Cum animadversionibus Antonii Le Grand, London; Amsterdam (1691). (Scholar)
  • –––, 1685. Historia sacra a mundi exordio ad Constatini Magni imperium deducta, London; Herborn (1686) (Scholar)
  • –––, 1694. An Entire Body of Philosophy, According to the Principles of the Famous Renate des Cartes, in Three Books, I The Institution; II The History of Nature; III Dissertation on Brutes, trans. from the Latin into English R. Blome, London: Roycroft; reprinted with introduction R.A. Watson, New York: Johnson Reprint Corp. (1972); reprinted by Thoemmes Continuum Press, 2 volumes, 2003. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1698. Censura Justissima Responsi, ut habetur, terribilis; cui titulus est idea cartesiana ad lydium veritatis lapidem, London. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1698. Dissertatio de ratione cognoscendi et appendix de mutatione formali, contra J.S. [John Sergeant] methodum sciendi, London. (Scholar)
  • More, Henry, 1671. Enchiridion Metaphysicum, London. (Scholar)
  • Newton, Isaac, 1687. Principia, London. (Scholar)
  • Rohault, Jacques, 1671. Traité de physique, Paris. (Scholar)
  • Sergeant, John, 1698. Non ultra: or a letter to a learned Cartesian; settling the rule of truth, and first principles, upon their deepest grounds, London. (Scholar)
  • Smith, John, 1660. Select Discourses, London. (Scholar)
  • Wood, Anthony, 1691. Athenae Oxonienses, Volume 2, London. (Scholar)

Selected Studies and Critical Discussions

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