On True and False Ideas ; New Objections to Descartes' Meditations ; and Descartes' Replies

Edwin Mellen Press (1990)
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This is a translation of Des Vraies et des Fausses Idees by Antoine Arnauld, in which Arnauld demolishes Malebranche's version of idealism. It allows the reader with only minimal French (or Latin) the ability to recognize Arnauld's technical terms.

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