Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||D. Graham Burnett.|
|Series||Transactions of the American Philosophical Society,, v. 95, pt. 3|
|LC Classifications||QB88 .B87 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005041190|
Descartes And The Hyperbolic Quest: Lens Making Machines And Their Significance In The Seventeenth Century (Transactions of the American Philosophical Society) by D. Graham Burnett (Author) › Visit Amazon's D. Graham Burnett Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: 8. Cartesian doubt is a form of methodological skepticism associated with the writings and methodology of René Descartes (Ma – ).: 88 Cartesian doubt is also known as Cartesian skepticism, methodic doubt, methodological skepticism, universal doubt, systematic doubt, or hyperbolic doubt. Cartesian doubt is a systematic process of being skeptical about (or doubting) the. Get this from a library! Descartes and the hyperbolic quest: lens making machines and their significance in the seventeenth century. [D Graham Burnett]. Cartesian doubt is a form of methodological skepticism or scepticism associated with the writings and methodology of René Descartes (). Cartesian doubt is also known as Cartesian skepticism, methodic doubt, methodological skepticism, Universal Doubt, or hyperbolic doubt.
Descartes and the Hyperbolic Quest: Lens Making Machines and Their Significance in the Seventeenth Century (Transactions of the American Philosophical Society) Descartes believed he had conceived a new kind of telescope lens, shaped by the light of reason itself, & surpassing anything ever to come from the hands of the glass-working. See Aczel, Amir D., Descartes's Secret Notebook: A True Tale of Mathematics, Mysticism, and the Quest to Understand the Universe (New York, ); Shorto, Russell, Descartes’ Bones: A Skeletal History of the Conflict between Faith and Reason (New York, ); and Nadler, Steven, The Philosopher, the Priest, and the Painter: A Portrait of Cited by: 1. René Descartes (/ d eɪ ˈ k ɑːr t /, also UK: / ˈ d eɪ k ɑːr t /, French: [ʁəne dekaʁt] (); Latinized: Renatus Cartesius; adjectival form: Cartesian: 58 / k ɑːr ˈ t iː z i ə n,-iː ʒ ən /; 31 March – 11 February ) was a French philosopher, mathematician, and scientist.A native of the Kingdom of France, he spent about 20 years (–) of his life in the Dutch Born: 31 March , La Haye en Touraine, Kingdom . Descartes and the Hyperbolic Quest: Lens Making Machines and Their Significance in the Seventeenth Century. largely prompted by Descartes's book, was an arena in which, Author: D. Graham Burnett.
A few years ago, this book was appealed to in the settlement of all scientific questions; but now, even the clergy confess that in such matters, it has ceased to speak with the voice of authority. For the establishment of facts, the word of man is now considered far better than the word of God. Descartes’s concept of Hyperbolic doubt Descarte’s need to address issues via his technique of doubt rendered him to thisindomitable strategy of “hyperbolic doubt”, whereby he set a basis for considering false any belief that is a victim to any slightest doubt (Nicholas and Schindler, ). Descartes and the Hyperbolic Quest: Lens Making Machines and their Significance in the Seventeenth Century. £ ThriftBooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices. We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free standard shipping on US orders over $