The Renaissance and Seventeenth-Century Rationalism

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NOTES
1
For more detail, see A. Beaulieu, ‘Les Relations de Hobbes et de Mersenne’, in Y.-C. Zarka and J. Bernhardt, Thomas Hobbes: Philosophie Première, Théorie de la science et politique (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1990), pp. 81-90.
2
See Sarasohn [7.32], 370-1.
3
See Joy [7.13].
4
For more detail, see Clark [7.17], 353.
5
See Brundell [7.11], ch. 2.
6
See Brundell’s Introduction for more detail.
7
Quoted in Brett [7.10], 114n.
8
For a review of the textual evidence of Gassendi’s materialism which adds to the details given here, see Bloch [7.9], ch. 12.
9
I am indebted in my discussion of Gassendi’s ethics and politics to Sarasohn [7.34].
10
The originator of this interpretation is J.W.N. Watkins. See Watkins [7.61], 47-81.
11
See Sorell [7.50], ch. 2.
12
See Richard Tuck, ‘Sceptics and Optics’, in E. Leites (ed.) Conscience and Casuistry in Early Modern Europe (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1988), pp. 235-63; ‘Hobbes and Descartes’, in G.A.J. Rogers and A. Ryan (eds) Perspectives on Thomas Hobbes (Oxford, Clarendon, 1988), pp. 11-42; Tuck [7.53].
13
See my ‘Hobbes without Doubt’, forthcoming in M. Bell and N. Martin (eds) Scepticism and Modern Philosophy.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

GASSENDI


Original language editions
7.1 Opera Omnia, Lyon, Anisson/Devenet, 6 vols, 1658; reprinted Olms, Hildesheim, 1964.
7.2 Animadversiones in Decimum Librum Diogenis Laertii, Lyon, Barbier, 1649.

Translations and abridgements
7.3 Bernier, F. Abrégé de la philosophie de Gassendi, Lyon, 8 vols, 1678.
7.4 Dissertationes en forme de Paradoxes contre les Aristoteliciens (Exercitationes Paradoxicae adversus Aristoteleos), Books I and II, trans. B. Rochot, Paris, Vrin, 1959.
7.5 Disquisitio Metaphysica, seu Dubitationes et Instantiae adversus Renati Cartesii Metaphysicam et Responsa, trans. B. Rochot, Paris, Vrin, 1962.

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