Philosophy and Human Perfection in the Cartesian Renaissance and its Modern Oblivion

Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 22 (2):185-212 (2001)
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To be a father is to be an indispensable principle and symbol. In the case of Descartes, the widely perceived and ever accountable “father of modern philosophy,” his principal contribution to the foundation of modern philosophy is inseparable from its symbolic significance. For with Descartes, according to Hegel



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Nicolas De Warren
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