- Title Pages
1Locke and Descartes
2Locke and Cartesian Cosmology
3The Cartesian Element in Locke’s Anti-Cartesian Conception of Body
4Are Body and Extension the Same Thing?
5Modes and Composite Material Things According to Descartes and Locke
6Virtual Existence of Ideas and Real Existence
7Locke and Descartes on Selves and Thinking Substances
8Locke and Descartes on Free Will
9Essential Religiosity in Descartes and Locke
10Locke and Port-Royal on Affirmation, Negation, and Other Postures of the Mind
11Cartesian Logic and Locke’s Critique of Maxims
12Locke and Malebranche
- General Index
- Locke and Cartesian Philosophy
- Philippe Hamou, Martine Pécharman
- Oxford University Press
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