The Renaissance and Seventeenth-Century Rationalism

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NOTES

The following abbreviations are used in the notes:

AT

C. Adam and P. Tannery (eds) Oeuvres de Descartes [10.1]

CSM

J. Cottingham, R. Stoothoff and D. Murdoch (trans.) The Philosophical Writings of Descartes [10.2]

GP

C.I. Gerhardt (ed.) Die philosophischen Schriften von Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz [10.55]

LO

T.M. Lennon and P.J. Olscamp (trans.) The Search after Truth and Elucidations of the Search after Truth [10.36]

OC

A. Robinet (ed.) Oeuvres complètes de Malebranche [10.35]

1
Descartes, Principles of Philosophy, Pt I, 56, 61. AT 8A: 26, 29-30; CSM 1:211, 213-14. Descartes to ***, 1645 or 1646. AT 4:348-9; Philosophical Letters [10.3], 186-7.
2
Appendix to Fifth Objections and Replies, AT 9A: 213; CSM 2:275.
3
Descartes to Elizabeth, 21 May 1643, AT 3:665; Philosophical Letters [10.3], 138.
4
Descartes to Elizabeth, 28 June 1643, AT 3:691-2; Philosophical Letters [10.3], 141.
5
Second Replies, AT 7:135; CSM 2:97.
6
Third Meditation, AT 7:40; CSM 2:28.
7
Principles, Pt 2, 50, AT 8A: 69.
8
Descartes to More, August 1649, AT 5:404; Philosophical Letters [10.3], 258.
9
AT 11:144; CSM 1:103. See also The World, AT 11:5-6; CSM 1:82; Optics, AT 6:114; CSM 1:166; Notae in Programma, AT 8B: 360.
10
Gouhier, [10.42], 83-7.
11
Hermann Müller argues for this position in Müller [10.11].
12
Gouhier [10.42], 89.
13
Quoted in Prost [10.7], 103n.
14
Battail [10.23], 8.
15
Prost [10.7], 103.
16
Battail [10.23], 145.
17
Quoted in Clair [10.15], 64. In the nineteenth century, it was conjectured that La Forge and Clauberg met during the latter’s visit to Saumur (Damiron [10.6], 127; Bouillier, Histoire de la philosophie cartésienne [10.5], 1:294). This conjecture was plausible only because of the uncertainty about La Forge’s date of birth. Both Damiron (p. 24) and Bouillier (p. 511) put it at the beginning of the seventeenth century. Clauberg visited Saumur in 1646, when La Forge was 14 years old and living in La Flèche (Clair [10.13], 40).
18
Vleeschauwer [10.34], 396-401.
19
Battail [10.23], 143; cf. Prost [10.7], 154.
20
Malebranche, The Search after Truth, Book 1, ch. 10, OC 1:123; LO, 49.
21
Item number 139 in Lelong’s catalogue (OC 20:237).
22
Damiron [10.6], 3, 23, 60; Bouillier [10.5], 1:511.
23
La Forge, Traitté de l’esprit de l’homme [10.12], ch. 13; Oeuvres philosophiques [10.13], 212-13.

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