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Meditationes de prima philosophia

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Author: René Descartes
Language: Latin
Wordcount: 21,945 / 79 pg
LoC Category: B
Downloads: 2,067
Added to site: 2007.11.04
mnybks.net#: 18848
Genre: Philosophy

With a 1914 introduction in German.

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obis paritura.

Jam vero, postquam hominum judicia semel utcunque sum expertus, iterum hic aggredior easdem de Deo et mente humana quaestiones, simulque totius primae Philosophiae initia tractare; sed ita ut nullum vul|gi [5] plausum, nullamque Lectorum frequentiam expectem: quin etiam nullis author sum ut haec legant, nisi tantum iis qui serio mecum meditari, mentemque a sensibus, simulque ab omnibus praejudiciis, abducere poterunt ac volent, quales non nisi admodum paucos reperiri satis scio. Quantum autem ad illos, qui, rationum mearum seriem et nexum comprehendere non curantes, in singulas tantum clausulas, ut multis in more est, argutari studebunt, non magnum ex hujus scripti lectione fructum sunt percepturi: et quamvis forte in multis cavillandi occasionem inveniant, non facile tamen aliquid quod urgeat aut responsione dignum sit objicient.

Quia vero nequidem etiam aliis spondeo me in omnibus prima fronte satisfacturum, nec tantum mihi arrogo ut confidam me omnia posse praevidere quae alicu

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