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Title: Syllogisme, hypothèse et démonstration dans la polémique Schoock-Descartes
Authors: Del Prete, Antonella
Keywords: Martin Schoock;René Descartes
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Le Monnier
Source: Syllogisme, hypothèse et démonstration dans la polémique Schoock-Descartes. Réponse à Massimiliano Savini, in A. Del Prete (a cura di), Il Seicento e Descartes. Dibattiti cartesiani, Firenze, Le Monnier, 2004, pp. 198-202
Martin Schoock's various attempts to criticise Descartes focus on the latter's plan to refute traditional logic and to adopt a different method. Schoock also attacked Descartes' criterion of evidence and his physics, which were not based on the Aristotelian model of syllogistic proof. The same assumptions also underlie his accusation of magic, which ought perhaps to be considered in the light of the ongoing polemical debates between Schoock's teacher, Gijsbert Voetius, and Robert Fludd.
ISBN: 88-00-86072-9
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