Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz: The Concept of Substance in Seventeenth-century Metaphysics

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Routledge, 1993 - Philosophy - 214 pages
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This book introduces student to the three major figures of modern philosophy known as the rationalists. It is not for complete beginners, but it is an accessible account of their thought. By concerning itself with metaphysics, and in particular substance, the book relates an important historical debate largely neglected by the contemporary debates in the once again popular area of traditional metaphysics. in philosophy. (Do Not USE)

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Roger Woolhouse is emeritus professor of philosophy at the University of York. He has written on aspects of the history of philosophy and philosophy of science, and is author of many journal articles and books, including Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz and, with R. Francks, Leibniz's New System and Leibniz: Philosophical Texts.

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