Contained here are two of the most important philosophy works ever written, Descartes' "Discourse on the Method of Rightly Conducting the Reason and Seeking for Truth in the Sciences" and "Meditations on First Philosophy." Descartes, who is considered to be one of the founding fathers of modern philosophy, lays forth the basics of his philosophy and expounds upon such monumental issues as the nature of knowledge and existence itself in these two important and pivotal works.
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- Title page
- DISCOURSE ON THE METHOD OF RIGHTLY CONDUCTING THE REASON AND SEEKING FOR TRUTH IN THE SCIENCES
- PART I
- PART II
- PART III
- PART IV
- PART V
- PART VI
- MEDITATIONS ON FIRST PHILOSOPHY
- PREFACE TO THE READER
- SYNOPSIS OF THE SIX FOLLOWING MEDITATIONS
- MEDITATIONS ON THE FIRST PHILOSOPHY IN WHICH THE EXISTENCE OF GOD AND THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN MIND AND BODY ARE DEMONSTRATED.
- MEDITATION I. Of the things which may be brought within the sphere of the doubtful.
- MEDITATION II. Of the Nature of the Human Mind
- and that it is more easily known than the Body.
- MEDITATION III. Of God: that He exists.
- MEDITATION IV. Of the True and the False.
- MEDITATION V. Of the essence of material things, and, again, of God, that He exists.
- MEDITATION VI. Of the Existence of Material Things, and of the real distinction between the Soul and Body of Man.
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