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Le developpement da la physique Cartesienne 1646-1712. by  Paul (1888-1946) MOUY - 1934 - from Jeff Weber Rare Books and

Le developpement da la physique Cartesienne 1646-1712.

by MOUY, Paul (1888-1946)

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Paris:: Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin, 1934., 1934. Series: Bibliotheque d'Histoire de la Philosophie. 8vo. 343 pp. Original printed wrappers; some wrinkling to text block. Ownership signature on half-title, ink stamp on title-page (William Coleman). Very good. RARE. Paul Mouy (1888-1946), French philosopher, long worked on the Cartesian revolution. He criticized Descartes severely, stressing the lack, according to him, of a mathematical rigor. According to him, Cartesian physics developed in the Principles of Philosophy was a mathematical physics without mathematics. For all that, Descartes and Kant remain scientific philosophers, beyond the Christian religious thought of the time.
  • Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: S10886
  • Title: Le developpement da la physique Cartesienne 1646-1712.
  • Author: MOUY, Paul (1888-1946)
  • Book condition: Used
  • Publisher: Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin, 1934.
  • Place: Paris:
  • Date published: 1934
  • Keywords: Philosophy



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