Oeuvres de Descartes

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 Nouvelle publication des éditions Arvensa : les Œuvres complètes de René Descartes.

Une édition numérique originale sans DRM complétée de présentations, de notices, d’études, de nombreuses illustrations et de près de 2500 notes. 

Elle regroupe l’intégralité des œuvres répertoriées d’un des fondateurs de la philosophie moderne, René Descartes, qui fut aussi un grand mathématicien et physicien dont la pensée et les travaux ont contribué à renouveler l’intelligence de l’univers.

Édition numérique sous la direction de : Geoffroy Ambroy

Mise en français moderne : Arvensa Éditions

Annotations : Victor Cousin, Geoffroy Ambroy

Choix et traitement des images : Marc M.

L'ouvrage a été mis en forme spécifiquement pour une navigation et une lecture optimales sur votre liseuse.


Les 5 titres de l’ŒUVRE PHILOSOPHIQUE :

• Discours de la méthode

• Méditations métaphysiques

• Objections aux Méditations

• Les Principes de la philosophie

• Les Passions de l’âme


Les 8 titres de l’ŒUVRE SCIENTIFIQUE :

• Le Monde ou le Traité de la lumière

• Le Traité de l’homme

• De la formation du fœtus

• La Dioptrique

• Les Météores

• Traité de la Géométrie

• Traité de la Mécanique

• Abrégé de la Musique




Les 5 titres des AUTRES OUVRAGES :

• Lettre de René Descartes à Gisbert Voet

• Règles pour la direction de l’esprit

• Recherche de la vérité par les lumières naturelles

• Premières pensées sur la génération des animaux et les saveurs

• Extrait des manuscrits de René Descartes


Les 3 titres des ANNEXES :

• Descartes et son influence sur la littérature française par Désiré Nisard

• Éloge de René Descartes par Antoine-Léonard Thomas

• Descartes par Alfred Fouillée


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"Explains that the eighteen lectures that compose this volume have in fact the particular trait that they present a regular exposition of the doctrine which was at first fixed in our mind, which has not ceased to preside over our labors. This book, then, contains the abridged but exact expression of our convictions on the fundamental points of philosophic science. In it will be openly seen the method that is the soul of our enterprise, our principles, our processes, our results. Under these three heads, the True, the Beautiful, the Good, we embrace psychology, placed by us at the head of all philosophy, aesthetics, ethics, natural right, even public right to a certain extent, finally theodicea, that perilous rendezvous of all systems, where different principles are condemned or justified by their consequences. It is the affair of our book to plead its own cause. We only desire that it may be appreciated and judged according to what it really is, and not according to an opinion too much accredited. We declare that eclecticism is very dear to us, for it is in our eyes the height of the history of philosophy; but the source of that light is elsewhere. Eclecticism is one of the most important and most useful applications of the philosophy which we teach, but it is not its principle. Our true doctrine, our true flag is spiritualism, that philosophy as solid as generous, which began with Socrates and Plato, which the Gospel has spread abroad in the world, and which Descartes put under the severe forms of modern genius. May our voice be heard by new generations as it was by the serious youth of the Restoration!"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved).
"The lectures of M. Victor Cousin possess an interest seldom to be met with in philosophical publications. It is certain that philosophical views and doctrines are no longer regarded, on the continent of Europe, merely as subjects of literary curiosity or of elegant entertainment. For it is well known that they excite strong emotions of sympathy and approbation, and are listened to and read with that attention and respect which is the most satisfactory evidence of a powerful conviction of their rationality and truth, by a very numerous class of intelligent and well informed young men, who may be fairly considered to represent the flower of the rising generation in their respective countries. Philosophical lectures therefore assume, on this account, an importance which is in a great measure independent of the opinions which we ourselves may form of the truth or fallacy of their contents. For although we may consider the principles which determine our own perceptions of truth, and the foundations upon which our own convictions rest, so firmly established as to be unwilling to submit them to any further discussion or examination; yet most men naturally desire to understand the spirit and to know the principles of truth, by which the public opinion of contiguous nations is influenced, and may probably be ruled, at no very distant period. Nothing therefore that is likely to influence public opinion in France can be indifferent to the people of the United States. For if contiguity can be predicated of the spirit of different nations, as well as of their local position in space, the French nation may, in the first sense of the word, be said to be nearer neighbors to the inhabitants of America, than to those of Great Britain; and besides this, the high rank among civilized nations, which is held by France, as well as the powerful influence which the spirit of France is well known to exert on the state of public opinion throughout Europe, must necessarily render the peculiar qualities and character of that spirit at any particular epoch the source of incalculable good or evil to all contemporary nations"--Préface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved).
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