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Links 1 through 10 of 80 by Dennis Des Chene tagged century17

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Pierre Guenancia. Esprit (2012) 3–4:150–164. “Trop souvent, on considère l’histoire de la philosophie comme quelque chose de scolaire, qui n’éclaire pas la pensée. Or il en va tout autrement, puisqu’elle nous permet précisément de mieux contrer certains discours du monde contemporain, et d’échapper à l’enfermement du présent. Comme le démontre l’exemple de la théorie du dualisme cartésien, qui permet de critiquer de manière féconde l’approche réductrice des sciences cognitives.”

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Lorenz Forer. Œniponte: Gäch, 1635.

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Michał Głowala. Studia Neoaristotelica 9 (1):25-57 (2012). “an analysis of four theses of John of St. Thomas on the causality of habits, which, I think, constitute the most mature and reliable study of the causality of habits in the scholastic tradition: (i) Habits are efficient causes of actions they prompt (3.1). (ii) Virtues do determine the very natures of actions they prompt (3.2); (iii) Virtues do not have a proper counterpart among the characteristics of actions they prompt (3.3); (iv) The formal object of causality of virtue is a masterpiece performance of an action (3.4).”

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Link to Risner’s edition of De Aspectibus (1572), which also includes De Crepusculis and Witelo.

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Laurence Carlin. Studies in history and philosophy of science A 43.1 (Mar 2012) 54–63.

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W. Bunge, L. van Klever (eds.). Brill, 1996. (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History, vol. 69)

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