¿El inventor de la mente? Una crítica a la lectura rortiana de Descartes

Signos Filosóficos 12 (23):69-98 (2010)
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This paper is divided into two parts: in (I) I put forward the general guidelines of rortyan lecture of Descartes, focused on his role as the inventor of mind as an inner space; in (II) I try to criticize an aspect of this lecture, by showing the existence of many connections between Descartes and m..



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