Ideen: Repräsentationalismus in der frühen Neuzeit. Texte und Kommentare

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Dominik Perler, Johannes Haag
Walter de Gruyter, Mar 26, 2010 - Philosophy - 1042 pages
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The notion of “idea” is a key concept in early modern philosophy. From Descartes’ seminal works at the beginning of the 17th century to the work of Thomas Reid in the closing years of the 18th century, discussion in theoretical philosophy is dominated by the debate about the core concept of “idea”.

This two-volume textbook introduces eleven key authors from this period. The first volume presents the central texts in modern translation, often new translations based on the source texts. The second volume contains commentaries on each text – with a systematic introduction, a line-by-line commentary and a contextualisation of the contents. Thus this textbook provides students of philosophy with a comprehensive overview of the modern discussion of the concept of “idea”.

 

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Contents

Texte Einleitung
1
Texte 1 René Descartes
53
Texte 2 Pierre Gassendi
85
Texte 3 Thomas Hobbes
119
Texte 4 Baruch de Spinoza
165
Texte 5 Nicolas Malebranche
197
Texte 6 Antoine Arnauld
231
Texte 7 John Locke
259
Kommentare 1 René Descartes
1
Kommentare 2 Pierre Gassendi
43
Kommentare 3 Thomas Hobbes
83
Kommentare 4 Baruch de Spinoza
123
Kommentare 5 Nicolas Malebranche
161
Kommentare 6 Antoine Arnauld
209
Kommentare 7 John Locke
253
Kommentare 8 Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
287

Texte 8 Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
299
Texte 9 George Berkeley
331
Texte 10 David Hume
361
Texte 11 Thomas Reid
395
Texte Backmatter
435
Kommentare Frontmatter
i
Kommentare Inhaltsverzeichnis
v
Kommentare 9 George Berkeley
339
Kommentare 10 David Hume
377
Kommentare 11 Thomas Reid
423
Kommentare Nachwort Ideen Systematischer Ausblick
463
Kommentare Backmatter
511
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Dominik Perler und Johannes Haag, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

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