Discourse on Method
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- Paperback | 96 pages
- 134.6 x 205.7 x 7.6mm | 113.4g
- 01 Nov 2007
- Focus Publishing/R Pullins & Co
- MA, United States
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About Rene Descartes
Pamela Kraus teaches at St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland. She is coeditor (along with Frank Hunt) of Richard Kennington's "On Modern Origins: Essays in Early Modern Philosophy" (Lexington, 1004).
Frank Hunt teaches at St Johns College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is coeditor, along with Pamela Kraus, of Richard Kennington's "On Modern Origins in Early Modern Philosophy" (Lexington, 1004).
Back cover copy
This is an English translation of Descartes' seminal discourse, with an original essay by Richard Kennington. This text provides readers with a close translation, notes, and a glossary of key terms to facilitate access to ideas as they originally were presented and to make the translator's work transparent.
Richard Kennington (1921-1999) was a professor of philosophy at The Pennsylvania State University and Catholic University of America. His teaching was centered largely on seventeenth-century thinkers such as Bacon and Descartes.
Pamela Kraus teaches at St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland.
Frank Hunt teaches at St Johns College in Santa Fe, New Mexico.