By Janet Broughton
"Broughton presents an impressive rethinking of how knowledge, certainty, and doubt figure in Descartes's "Meditations. The project is deeply thought out and extremely engaging. In many places the insights are simply startling. Perhaps her most important achievement lies in how well she manages to realize the ambition of many working in the history of philosophy to remain in dialogue with contemporary philosophy."--John Carriero, University of California, Los Angeles
"Given the extent and quality of the scholarly work that precedes it, Broughton's fresh, illuminating, and persuasive reading of Descartes's "Meditations" is a remarkable achievement."--Robert Fogelin, Dartmouth University
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