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Descartes, Bacon, and Modern Philosophy (World of Philosophy)

by Jeffrey Tlumak

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Published by Blackstone Audio Inc. .
Written in English

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  • History & Surveys - 17th/18th Century,
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  • Unabridged Audio - Inspirational/Philosophy,
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  • Philosophers

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    ContributionsLynn Redgrave (Narrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatAudio CD
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8107494M
    ISBN 100786163895
    ISBN 109780786163892

    Bacon and Descartes, the founders of modern empiricism and rationalism, respectively, both subscribed to two pervasive tenets of the Renaissance: an enormous enthusiasm for physical science and the belief that knowledge means power—that the ultimate purpose of theoretical science is to serve the practical needs of human beings. Descartes, Bacon and Modern Philosophy. Author: Professor Jeffrey Tlumak. Series: The World of Philosophy Series. Narrator: Lynn Redgrave. Unabridged: 2 hr 58 min Format: Digital Audiobook Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks. Published: 01/08/ Genre: Philosophy - ReligiousBrand: Knowledge Products, Inc.

      Just as Bacon is considered the first modern empiricist, so René Descartes is regarded as the father of modern philosophy. He contributed to the philosophical project in many areas: theories of consciousness, the argument from design, and moral : Alice C. Linsley. This book explores the character of modernity through a consideration of Bacon, Descartes, and Nietzsche. It argues that Bacon and Descartes, in their positive claims for science, played the fundamental role in the development of the modern world view; that they used the Platonic art of dissimulative writing as the means to achieve their ends by making their revolutionary aims appear.

    Modern philosophy traditionally begins with René Descartes and his dictum "I think, therefore I am".In the early seventeenth century the bulk of philosophy was dominated by Scholasticism, written by theologians and drawing upon Plato, Aristotle, and early Church tes argued that many predominant Scholastic metaphysical doctrines were meaningless or false. Bacon. Modern philosophy may be said to begin with Bacon on the one hand, the founder of a new empirical method, and on the other with Descartes, the author of a new speculative system. The keynote of the new period is revolt against all authority and assumption and a return to experience. It is an age of inquiry and investigation.


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Descartes, Bacon, and Modern Philosophy (World of Philosophy) by Jeffrey Tlumak Download PDF EPUB FB2

Jeffrey Tlumak is an associate professor of philosophy at Vanderbilt University and the editor of History of Philosophy Quarterly. He received his doctorate from the University of Massachusetts and teaches courses in modern philosophy, epistemology, metaphysics, and the philosophy of religion/5(2).

Descartes, Bacon, and Modern Philosophy Audible Audiobook – Unabridged Jeffrey Tlumak (Author), Lynn Redgrave (Narrator), Blackstone Audio, Inc.

(Publisher) & 0 more out of 5 stars 2 ratings/5(2). Now revised and expanded, this clear and authoritative guide to primary texts in modern philosophy offers students an excellent introduction to the most-studied Rationalist (Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz) and Empiricist (Bacon, Hobbes, Locke, Berkeley, Hume, Kant) philosophers/5(8).

From this Nietzschean perspective, Francis Bacon and René Descartes can be Bacon the founders of modernity. Lampert argues that Bacon's positive claims for science aimed to destroy the dominance of Christianity. Descartes continued Bacon's radical program while providing it with the mathematical physics required for its by: The contemporary understanding of technology is indebted to Bacon and Descartes, who challenged the pre-modern conceptions regarding useful material Size: 3MB.

Inthe essay "On the value and success of knowledge, divine and human," was published. After his departure from politics, Francis Bacon, whose quotations can be seen in many and Modern Philosophy book works on philosophy, delved into his own mental research. Inthe "New Organon" was published, and in - "On the merits and enhancement of science.".

Rene Descartes is frequently considered the first modern philosopher. His first publication, Discourse on Method (), was the touchstone of the scientific method.

A response to the lack of clarity he saw in the world of science, Discourse describes how scientific study should be prosecuted so as to achieve the utmost clarity, by using deductive reasoning to test hypotheses.

This major work by Laurence Lampert provides a new interpretation of modern philosophy by developing Nietzsche s view that genuine philosophers set out to determine the direction of culture through their ideas and that they conceal the radical nature of their thought by their esoteric style From this Nietzschean perspective, Francis Bacon and Ren Descartes can be consideThis major work by /5().

Rene Descartes () It has been said that both modern philosophy and modern mathematics began with the work of Rene Descartes. His analytic method of thinking focused attention on the problem of how we know (epistemology), which has occupied philosophers ever since. Rene Descartes, French mathematician, scientist, and philosopher who has been called the father of modern philosophy.

He was among the first to abandon Scholastic Aristotelianism by formulating the first modern version of mind-body dualism and by applying an original system of methodical doubt. It explores in detail how and why Bacon attempted to transform the largely esoteric discipline of natural philosophy into a public practice through a program in which practical science provided a model that inspired many from the 17th to the 20th book will be recognized as a major contribution to Baconian scholarship of special interest to historians of early-modern philosophy, science, and Cited by: From this Nietzschean perspective, Francis Bacon and René Descartes can be considered the founders of t argues that Bacon's positive claims for science aimed to destroy the dominance of Christianity.

Descartes continued Bacon's radical program while providing it with the mathematical physics required for its success.

Both Descartes and Bacon extolled the individual, arguing that the human mind can penetrate the deepest secrets of existence. Their ideas formulated the problems that would occupy philosophers for the next three hundred years. Publication Details Format Prof.

Jeffrey Tlumak (Author) Creators. René Descartes is generally considered the father of modern philosophy. He was the first major figure in the philosophical movement known as rationalism, a method of understanding the world based on the use of reason as the means to attain knowledge.

These two great 17th-century philosophers aimed to break free of oppressive traditions. Free scientific inquiry led them to skeptically question everything, though they also tried to reconcile science with religious faith.

Both Descartes and Bacon extolled the individual, arguing that the human mind can penetrate the deepest secrets of existence. Descartes, Bacon, and Modern Philosophy - Navy General Library Program Downloadable Books, Music & Video These two great seventeenth-century philosophers aimed to break free of oppressive traditions.

Free scientific inquiry led them to skeptically question everything, though they also tried to reconcile. Looking for books by René Descartes. See all books authored by René Descartes, including Meditations on First Philosophy, and Meditations and Other Metaphysical Writings, and more on   Descartes, by contrast, stands so firmly in the curriculum that he is often the first philosopher studied in detail by undergraduates, and his celebrated Meditations on First Philosophy is a classic both as an introductory text and as a focus of scholarly discussion.

Descartes, Bacon, and Modern Philosophy audiobook, by Jeffrey Tlumak These two great seventeenth-century philosophers aimed to break free of oppressive traditions.

Free scientific inquiry led them to skeptically question everything, though they /5. On the History of Modern Philosophy is a key transitional text in the history of European philosophy.

In it F.W.J. Schelling surveys philosophy from Descartes to German Idealism and shows why the Idealist project is ultimately doomed to failure. Schelling's work traces the path of philosophy from Descartes through Spinoza, Leibniz, Kant, Fichte, Jacobi, to Hegel and Schelling's own work.

Descartes, Bacon, and modern philosophy. [Jeffrey Tlumak; Lynn Redgrave] -- Rene' Descartes (), the father of modern rationalism, abandoned traditional paths to knowledge and developed a new method of seeking truth. 1. Influence on academic philosophy.

Descartes’s skeptical challenges have generated a huge literature in academic philosophy. Yet a huge literature has also been generated developing empirical methods in philosophy of science along lines established by Bacon.

My call: a tie between Descartes and Bacon, absent a quantitative measure of the.Get this from a library! Descartes, Bacon, and modern philosophy.

[Jeffrey Tlumak; Lynn Redgrave; Knowledge Products.; Blackstone Audiobooks.] -- These two great seventeenth-century philosophers aimed to break free of oppressive traditions. Free scientific inquiry led them to skeptically question everything, though they also tried to reconcile.