• Le fantôme de Descartes
    Pierre Guenancia. Esprit (2012) 3–4:150–164. “Trop souvent, on considère l’histoire de la philosophie comme quelque chose de scolaire, qui n’éclaire pas la pensée. Or il en va tout autrement, puisqu’elle nous permet précisément de mieux contrer certains discours du monde contemporain, et d’échapper à l’enfermement du présent. Comme le démontre l’exemple de la théorie du dualisme cartésien, qui permet de critiquer de manière féconde l’approche réductrice des sciences cognitives.”
  • Les Médecins Cartésiens: Héritage Et Diffusion de la Représentation Mécaniste du Corps Humain (1646-1696) - PhilPapers
    Géraldine Caps. Olms, 2010.
  • Disguised and overt Spinozism around 1700
    W. Bunge, L. van Klever (eds.). Brill, 1996. (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History, vol. 69)
  • Besler — Admirandæ fabricæ humanæ muliebris…
    Michael Rupert Besler. Admirandae Fabricae Humanae Muliebris, Partium Generationi Potissimum Inservientium et Foetus… Norimbergae : Dümlerus, 1640. With figures.
  • Godly Men and Mechanical Philosophers: Souls and Spirits in Restoration Natural Philosophy
    Schaffer, Simon. Science in context 1.01 (1987): 53-85.
  • 36 Great Anatomies, 1390-1899
    Image database from NLM, via Ptak Science Books.
  • Nicolas Caussin — La cour sainte
  • What Kind of Power is Virtue? John of St. Thomas OP on Causality of Virtues and Vices - PhilPapers
    Michał Głowala. Studia Neoaristotelica 9 (1):25-57 (2012). “an analysis of four theses of John of St. Thomas on the causality of habits, which, I think, constitute the most mature and reliable study of the causality of habits in the scholastic tradition: (i) Habits are efficient causes of actions they prompt (3.1). (ii) Virtues do determine the very natures of actions they prompt (3.2); (iii) Virtues do not have a proper counterpart among the characteristics of actions they prompt (3.3); (iv) The formal object of causality of virtue is a masterpiece performance of an action (3.4).”
  • Theories of Perception in Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy
    978-1-4020-6125-7 Theories of Perception in Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy Simo Knuuttila and Pekka Kärkkäinen
  • Boyle’s teleological mechanism and the myth of immanent teleology
    Laurence Carlin. Studies in history and philosophy of science A 43.1 (Mar 2012) 54–63.
  • Some images of the primitive before 1800
    Peter J. Weston. History of European Ideas 1.3 (1981).
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