- Title Pages
- 1 Locke and Descartes
- 2 Locke and Cartesian Cosmology
- 3 The Cartesian Element in Locke’s Anti-Cartesian Conception of Body
- 4 Are Body and Extension the Same Thing?
- 5 Modes and Composite Material Things According to Descartes and Locke
- 6 Virtual Existence of Ideas and Real Existence
- 7 Locke and Descartes on Selves and Thinking Substances
- 8 Locke and Descartes on Free Will
- 9 Essential Religiosity in Descartes and Locke
- 10 Locke and Port-Royal on Affirmation, Negation, and Other Postures of the Mind
- 11 Cartesian Logic and Locke’s Critique of Maxims
- 12 Locke and Malebranche
- General Index
- Locke and Cartesian Philosophy
- Philippe Hamou, Martine Pécharman
- Oxford University Press
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