Volume 76 • Nummer 2 • 2005 • The Challenges for Early Modern Philosophy

Editor: Steffen Ducheyne

Articles


Introduction

Steffen DUCHEYNE

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Knowing causes: Descartes on the world of matter

Peter K. MACHAMER, James E. MCGUIRE and Justin SYTSMA

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On the origin of modern naturalism: the significance of Berkeley’s response to a Newtonian indispensibility argument

Eric SCHLIESSER

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What is the importance of Descartes’s meditation six?

Catherine WILSON

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Berkeley’s assessment of Locke’s epistemology

George S. PAPPAS

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Bacon’s idea and Newton’s practice of induction

Steffen DUCHEYNE

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Book Review


Modularity. Understanding the Development and Evolution of Natural Complex Systems. Werner Callebaut & Diego Rasskin-Gutman (eds.)

Linda Van Speybroeck

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