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Oxford studies in early modern philosophy, Volume VIII, edited by Daniel Garber and Donald Rutherford

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Oxford studies in early modern philosophy, Volume VIII
Title
Oxford studies in early modern philosophy
Title number
Volume VIII
Statement of responsibility
edited by Daniel Garber and Donald Rutherford
Title variation
Early modern philosophy
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Oxford Studies in Early Modern Philosophy presents selection of the best current work in the history of early modern philosophy. It focuses on the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries--the extraordinary period of intellectual flourishing that begins, very roughly, with Descartes and his contemporaries and ends with Kant
Dewey number
190
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • 1949-
  • 1957-
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  • Garber, Daniel
  • Rutherford, Donald
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Philosophy, Modern
Label
Oxford studies in early modern philosophy, Volume VIII, edited by Daniel Garber and Donald Rutherford
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Publication
Copyright
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; OXFORD STUDIES IN EARLY MODERN PHILOSOPHY: VOLUME VIII; Copyright; Contents; Note from the Editors; Abbreviations; AQUINAS; DESCARTES; HOBBES; KANT; LEIBNIZ; LOCKE; MALEBRANCHE; MORE; PASCAL; SPINOZA; SUÁREZ; WOLFF; 1: Imitation and 'Infinite' Will: Descartes on the Imago Dei; 1. DESCARTES ON ANALOGY; 1.1 Efficient Causation and God's Derivation of His Own Existence: Analogy of Proportionality; 1.2 The Reference to Health: Analogy of Attribution; 1.3 Substance and the Denial of Univocity; 1.4 Analogy and the Imago Dei; 2. DESCARTES ON BEARING GOD'S IMAGE AND LIKENESS
  • 2.1 Descartes and the Augustinian-Thomistic Tradition2.2 Descartes's Comparative Formulations of the Imago Dei Doctrine; 3. FINITE AND INFINITE: THE CONTRAST BETWEEN THE HUMAN INTELLECT AND WILL; 3.1 The Intellect's Finitude; 3.2 The Infinite Will; 3.3 Why the Will Is Not Limited in the Way the Intellect Is; 4. 'INFINITE' AND IMITATION: THE HUMAN WILL AND THE DIVINE WILL; 4.1 'Infinite' versus 'Indefinite': How the Human Will Imitates the Divine Will; 4.2 Differences between Divine Will and Human Will; 5. CONCLUSION; 2: Descartes on the Ethical Reliability of the Passions: A Morean Reading
  • 1. THE PASSIONS AS CONTENTFUL MENTAL STATES2. MORE'S TWO KINDS OF AFFECTIONS; 3. DESCARTES'S TWO KINDS OF AFFECTIONS; 4. CONCLUSIONS; 3: Hobbes on the Authority of Scripture; 1. AGAINST THE SINCERE BELIEF AND IRRELIGIOUS INTERPRETATIONS; 2. OUTWARD CONFORMITY AND THE AUTHORITY OF SCRIPTURE; 3. OUTWARD CONFORMITY AND NATURAL PIETY; 4. FURTHER INTERPRETIVE PROBLEMS SOLVED; 5. THE RELIGION OF THUCYDIDES; 4: Spinoza on Turning the Other Cheek; 1. TTP CHAPTER 7; 2. TTP CHAPTER 19; 3. WHY 'TURNING THE OTHER CHEEK' UNDER CONDITIONS OF OPPRESSION IS PERMISSIBLE
  • 4. WHY 'TURNING THE OTHER CHEEK' UNDER CONDITIONS OF OPPRESSION IS RATIONAL5. CONCLUSION; 5: Locke's Succeeding Ideas; 1. HOW LONG DO SENSORY IDEAS LAST?; 2. PERCEIVING MOTION; 3. RATES OF SUCCESSION; 4. THE IDEA OF SUCCESSION; 6: On Living Mirrors and Mites: Leibniz's Encounter with Pascal on Infinity and Living Things Circa 1696; 1. THE TEXT; 2. APPROACHING INFINITY: LEIBNIZ VERSUS PASCAL; 3. PASCAL'S MITE AND LEIBNIZ'S LIVING MIRROR; 4. THE WONDERS OF INFINITY AND THEIR THEOLOGICAL UNDERTONES: DESPERATION VERSUS CELEBRATION
  • 5. WHY THIS RESPONSE TO PASCAL AT THIS TIME (CIRCA 1696)? LEIBNIZ'S DEFINITION OF LIVING BEINGS IN TERMS OF THE INFINITE COMPLEXITY OF NATURAL MACHINES6. DIVISIBILITY AND DISPARITY IN PASCAL VERSUS UNITY AND HARMONY IN LEIBNIZ; 7. CONCLUSION; 7: Leibniz's Ontology of Force; 1. FORCE AND POWER; 2. PASSIVE POWER; 3. ACTIVE POWER; 4. PRIMITIVE ACTIVE FORCE; 5. DERIVATIVE ACTIVE FORCE; 6. APPETITIONS AND PERCEPTIONS; 7. CONCLUSION; 8: Leibniz on Human Finitude, Progress, and Eternal Recurrence: The Argument of the 'Apokatastasis' Essay Drafts and Related Texts
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First edition
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1 online resource
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9780192564580
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Oxford University Press
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Label
Oxford studies in early modern philosophy, Volume VIII, edited by Daniel Garber and Donald Rutherford
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; OXFORD STUDIES IN EARLY MODERN PHILOSOPHY: VOLUME VIII; Copyright; Contents; Note from the Editors; Abbreviations; AQUINAS; DESCARTES; HOBBES; KANT; LEIBNIZ; LOCKE; MALEBRANCHE; MORE; PASCAL; SPINOZA; SUÁREZ; WOLFF; 1: Imitation and 'Infinite' Will: Descartes on the Imago Dei; 1. DESCARTES ON ANALOGY; 1.1 Efficient Causation and God's Derivation of His Own Existence: Analogy of Proportionality; 1.2 The Reference to Health: Analogy of Attribution; 1.3 Substance and the Denial of Univocity; 1.4 Analogy and the Imago Dei; 2. DESCARTES ON BEARING GOD'S IMAGE AND LIKENESS
  • 2.1 Descartes and the Augustinian-Thomistic Tradition2.2 Descartes's Comparative Formulations of the Imago Dei Doctrine; 3. FINITE AND INFINITE: THE CONTRAST BETWEEN THE HUMAN INTELLECT AND WILL; 3.1 The Intellect's Finitude; 3.2 The Infinite Will; 3.3 Why the Will Is Not Limited in the Way the Intellect Is; 4. 'INFINITE' AND IMITATION: THE HUMAN WILL AND THE DIVINE WILL; 4.1 'Infinite' versus 'Indefinite': How the Human Will Imitates the Divine Will; 4.2 Differences between Divine Will and Human Will; 5. CONCLUSION; 2: Descartes on the Ethical Reliability of the Passions: A Morean Reading
  • 1. THE PASSIONS AS CONTENTFUL MENTAL STATES2. MORE'S TWO KINDS OF AFFECTIONS; 3. DESCARTES'S TWO KINDS OF AFFECTIONS; 4. CONCLUSIONS; 3: Hobbes on the Authority of Scripture; 1. AGAINST THE SINCERE BELIEF AND IRRELIGIOUS INTERPRETATIONS; 2. OUTWARD CONFORMITY AND THE AUTHORITY OF SCRIPTURE; 3. OUTWARD CONFORMITY AND NATURAL PIETY; 4. FURTHER INTERPRETIVE PROBLEMS SOLVED; 5. THE RELIGION OF THUCYDIDES; 4: Spinoza on Turning the Other Cheek; 1. TTP CHAPTER 7; 2. TTP CHAPTER 19; 3. WHY 'TURNING THE OTHER CHEEK' UNDER CONDITIONS OF OPPRESSION IS PERMISSIBLE
  • 4. WHY 'TURNING THE OTHER CHEEK' UNDER CONDITIONS OF OPPRESSION IS RATIONAL5. CONCLUSION; 5: Locke's Succeeding Ideas; 1. HOW LONG DO SENSORY IDEAS LAST?; 2. PERCEIVING MOTION; 3. RATES OF SUCCESSION; 4. THE IDEA OF SUCCESSION; 6: On Living Mirrors and Mites: Leibniz's Encounter with Pascal on Infinity and Living Things Circa 1696; 1. THE TEXT; 2. APPROACHING INFINITY: LEIBNIZ VERSUS PASCAL; 3. PASCAL'S MITE AND LEIBNIZ'S LIVING MIRROR; 4. THE WONDERS OF INFINITY AND THEIR THEOLOGICAL UNDERTONES: DESPERATION VERSUS CELEBRATION
  • 5. WHY THIS RESPONSE TO PASCAL AT THIS TIME (CIRCA 1696)? LEIBNIZ'S DEFINITION OF LIVING BEINGS IN TERMS OF THE INFINITE COMPLEXITY OF NATURAL MACHINES6. DIVISIBILITY AND DISPARITY IN PASCAL VERSUS UNITY AND HARMONY IN LEIBNIZ; 7. CONCLUSION; 7: Leibniz's Ontology of Force; 1. FORCE AND POWER; 2. PASSIVE POWER; 3. ACTIVE POWER; 4. PRIMITIVE ACTIVE FORCE; 5. DERIVATIVE ACTIVE FORCE; 6. APPETITIONS AND PERCEPTIONS; 7. CONCLUSION; 8: Leibniz on Human Finitude, Progress, and Eternal Recurrence: The Argument of the 'Apokatastasis' Essay Drafts and Related Texts
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on1048941556
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unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9780192564580
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unknown
Note
Oxford University Press
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not applicable
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(OCoLC)1048941556

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