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Bibliography of Sources for Improving Passions of the Soul[edit]

Articles[edit]

  1. Alanen, Lilli. “Descartes’s Dualism and the philosophy of mind.” Revue de Métaphysiques et de Morale 94e année, no. 3 (Jul.- Sep., 1989): 391-413.
  2. Ariew, Roger. “Descartes and the Tree of Knowledge.” Synthese 92: 1 (Jul., 1992): 101-116.
  3. Cook, Harold J. “Body and Passions: Materialism and the Early Modern State.” Osiris Second Series 17 (2002): 25-48.
  4. Guenancia, Pierre. “Descartes: La Subjectivité et les passions de l’âme.” Tijdschrift voor Filosofie 65: 2 (2003): 249-274.
  5. Janowski, Zbigniew. “Is Descartes’ Conception of the Soul Orthodox?” Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale, no. 1 (Jan.- Mar., 2000): 39-55.
  6. Nowersztern, Mariana. “NE PAS ÊTRE SUJET? SIMILITUDO DEI: LA LIBERTÉ ET SON USAGE, DES MÉDITATIONS AUX PASSIONS DE L'ÂME.” Les études philosophiques, no. 1 Le Pascal des philosophes II (Jan., 2011): 71-83.
  7. Rethy, Robert. “The Teaching of Nature and the Nature of Man in Descartes.” Review of Metaphysics 53: 3 (Mar., 2000): 657-683.
  8. Rorty, Amélie Oksenberg. “From Passions to Emotions and Sentiments.” Philosophy 57: 220 (Apr., 1982): 159-172.
  9. Schmitter, Amy M. “Descartes and the Primacy of Practice: The Role of the Passions in the Search for Truth.” Philosophical Studies: An International Journal for Philosophy in the Analytical Tradition 108: 1/2 (Mar., 2002): 99-108.

Books[edit]

  1. Williston, Byron. Passions and Virtue in Descartes. Amherst, NY: Humanity Books, 2003.
  2. Park, Katherine and Lorraine Daston. Cambridge History of Science: Volume, 3, Early Modern Science. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Online[edit]

  1. Easton, Patricia. The Descartes Web Project. Claremont Graduate University, 1 May 2008. Web.


Elizabeth.Hurd423 (talk) 18:34, 7 October 2013 (UTC)