Table of contents for Receptions of Descartes : Cartesianism and anti-Cartesianism in early modern Europe / edited by Tad M. Schmaltz.


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ART I
The initial reception among women philosophers
Women philosophers and the early reception of
Descartes: Anne Conway and Princess Elisabeth         3
SARAH HUTTON
PART II
The French reception and French Cartesianism25
2   Desgabets's Indefectibility Tesis  a step too far?    27
PATRICIA EASTON
3    A reception without attachment: Malebranche
confronting Cartesian  orality42
JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BARDOUT
4   Het on the reality of Cartesian doubt63
THOMAS M. LENNON
French Cartesianism in context: the Paris
ormulary and Regis's Usage80
TAD M, SCHMALTZ
PART Ill
Spinoza and the Dutch reception                         97
6   Descartes's soul, Spinoza's mind                    99
STEVEN NADLER
7   Wittich's critique of Spinoza                      113
THEO VERBEEK
8   Burchard de Voider: Crypto-Spinozist or disenchanted
Cartesian?                                         128
PAUL LODGE
PART IV
The reception in Rome and Naples                        47
9   Cartesian physics and the Eucharist in the documents
of the Holy Office and the Roman Index (1671-6)   149
JEAN-ROBERT ARMOGATHE
10  Images of Descartes in Italy                       171
GIULIA BELGIOIOSO
PART V
The reception across the Channel                       197
11  Mechanism, skepticism, and witchcraft: More and
Glanvill on the failures of the Cartesian phiosophy  199
DOUGLAS JESSEPH
12  Descartes among the British: the case of the theory
of vision                                         218
MARGARET ATHERTON



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Descartes, René, 1596-1650