By Steven Nadler
A spouse to Early sleek Philosophy is a accomplished advisor to the main major philosophers and philosophical innovations of 17th- and eighteenth-century Europe.
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But how are we to know which philosophies are worth serious study? Sturm explains that when intellectuals all over Europe recommend a philosophy, it must be taken seriously: everyone is thereby obligated to get to the heart of it. ” He applauds the advances of these new thinkers and their new discoveries (for example the circulation of the blood), but insists that their contributions depend crucially on the work of the ancients and especially of Aristotle. ” Rather, the “strength and power” of each must be combined into a coherent system.
With knowledge of God in hand, he can now complete the task of examining more fully his own nature. ” Descartes was not explicit about his Platonist epistemology because there was no reason to be: his contemporaries were thoroughly familiar with that tradition, and could recognize this part of his philosophy for what it is. In his Philosophia Eclectica, for example, Sturm explains that the originality of Descartes’ thought should not be over-emphasized because much of what is interesting in the Meditations is taken from Plato and other ancient sources (p.
A Companion to Early Modern Philosophy (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy) by Steven Nadler