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Descartes and the First Cartesians adopts the perspective that we should not approach René Descartes as a solitary thinker, but as a philosopher who constructs a dialogue with his contemporaries, so as to engage them and elements of his society into his philosophical enterprise. Roger Ariew argues that an important aspect of this engagement concerns the endeavor to establish Cartesian philosophy in the Schools, that is, to replace Aristotle as the authority there. Descartes wrote the Principles of Philosophy as something of a rival to Scholastic textbooks, initially conceiving the project as a comparison of his philosophy and that of the Scholastics. Still, what Descartes produced was inadequate for the task. The topics of Scholastic textbooks ranged more broadly than those of Descartes; they usually had quadripartite arrangements mirroring the structure of the collegiate curriculum, divided as they typically were into logic, ethics, physics, and metaphysics. But Descartes produced at best only what could be called a general metaphysics and a partial physics. These deficiencies in the Cartesian program and in its aspiration to replace Scholastic philosophy in the schools caused the Cartesians to rush in to fill the voids. The attempt to publish a Cartesian textbook that would mirror what was taught in the schools began in the 1650s with Jacques Du Roure and culminated in the 1690s with Pierre-Sylvain Régis and Antoine Le Grand. Ariew's original account thus considers the reception of Descartes' work, and establishes the significance of his philosophical enterprise in relation to the textbooks of the first Cartesians and in contrast with late Scholastic textbooks.

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About the Author:

Roger Ariew joined the Philosophy Department at the University of South Florida in 2004 after a postdoctoral position at the University of Chicago, and many years at Virginia Tech. His principal interests concern the relations between philosophy, science, and society in the early modern period. He is the author of Descartes and the Last Scholastics (Cornell University Press, 1999), with a second, revised and expanded edition published as Descartes among the Scholastics (2011), co-author of The A to Z of Descartes and Cartesian Philosophy (Scarecrow Press, 2010), and editor and translator of such works as Descartes, Philosophical Essays and Correspondence (Hackett, 2000). He has been awarded multiple fellowships and research grants by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Science Foundation. He is currently working on a complete historical-critical edition and English translation of Descartes' correspondence, with Theo Verbeek and Erik-Jan Bos.

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Preface
  • I: Descartes and the Teaching of Philosophy in Seventeenth Century France
  • 1: Seventeenth Century Scholastic Philosophy: Thomism and Scotism
  • 2: Descartes and the Jesuits
  • 3: Descartes and the Oratorians
  • II: Summa Philosophiae Quadripartita or the Construction of the Scholastic Textbook
  • 1: Logic in Late Scholastic Textbooks
  • 2: Ethics in Late Scholastic Textbooks
  • 3: Some Elements of Physics in Late Scholastic Textbooks
  • 4: Metaphysics in Late Scholastic Textbooks
  • III: The Tree of Philosophy: Descartes on Logic, Metaphysics, Physics, and Ethics
  • 1: Descartes' Logic
  • 2: Descartes' Metaphysics
  • 3: Some Elements of Descartes' Physics
  • 4: Descartes' Two Ethics
  • IV: Système Général de la Philosophie or the Construction of the Cartesian Textbook
  • 1: Cartesian Logic
  • 2: Cartesian Metaphysics and Natural Theology
  • 3: Some Elements of Cartesian Physics
  • 4: The Cartesians and Ethics
  • V: A Brief Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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