- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- List of Abbreviations
- Notes on the Contributors
1Did Descartes Teach a ‘Philosophy of Science’ or Implement ‘Strategies of Natural Philosophical Explanation’?
2A Virtuous Practice
3Context, History, and Interpretation
5Truth in Perception
6Descartes and Regius on the Pineal Gland and Animal Spirits, and a Letter of Regius on the True Seat of the Soul
7Cartesianism and Visual Cognition
8Reintroducing Descartes in the History of Materialism
9Descartes and the Impossibility of a Philosophy of Action
10Regius and Descartes on the Passions
11Descartes on the Power of the Soul
12Cartesianism and Its Feminist Promise and Limits
- Bibliography of the Works of Desmond Clarke
- Descartes and Cartesianism
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