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Clauberg, Johannes (1622–65)

Johannes Clauberg was a member of the Cartesian school in the years immediately following Descartes’ death, and is extremely important as an early expositor of Descartes and a ...

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Descartes, René (1596–1650)

René Descartes, often called the father of modern philosophy, attempted to break with the philosophical traditions of his day and start philosophy anew. Rejecting the Aristotelian philosophy of ...

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Henricus Regius (1598–1679)

Henricus Regius supported many of Descartes’ doctrines, such as the distinction between mind and body, but disagreed with Descartes’ arguments for that distinction, and rejected metaphysics. Their differences ...

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Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm (1646–1716)

Leibniz was one of the central figures of seventeenth-century philosophy, indeed, one of the central intellectual figures of his age. Born and educated in Germany, he travelled to ...