Correspondence of Descartes and Constantyn Huygens, 1635-1647

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Statementedited from manuscripts now in the Bibliothèque nationale, formerly in the possession of the late Harry Wilmot Buxton, F. R. A. S., by Leon Roth.
ContributionsHuygens, Constantijn, 1596-1687., Roth, Leon, 1896-1963.
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LC ClassificationsB1873 .A5
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Paginationlxxv, 350 p.
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Roth (Oxford: Clarendon, ). 2 ‘Correspondance de Descartes: nouveau classement’, Revue philosophique de la France et de l’Etranger´, (), – 3 All references are to the latest reprint of the AT edition in 11 volumes (Paris: Vrin, ).

Descartes to Constantijn Huygens, 10 JulyWaller Collection, Uppsala University Library. Relevant editions of the correspondence Claude Clerselier, Lettres de M. Descartes, 3 vols (Paris, –).

Leon Roth, Correspondence of Descartes and Constantyn Huygens – (Oxford, ). etc. In Descartes’s usage it is always the second meaning that is at work.

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In this contribution, we focus on two apparently unspectacular (though␣often misread) extracts from the Dutch poet Constantijn Huygens’ poem Ooghen-troost. In these passages the author relates the binary framework of his poem to the paragone between the ‹sister’ arts of poetry and painting in an interesting way.

We suggest 1635-1647 book, in these passages, Huygens forges an opposition between. The correspondence of Constantijn Huygens Constantijn Huygens was very conscientiously raised by his father Christiaan, secretary to William of Orange and the Council of State.

Constantijn went on various trips abroad participating in embassies. Inhe was appointed secretary to Stadhouder Frederik Hendrik. Correspondence of Descartes and Constantyn Huygens,ed. Leon Roth (Oxford, ). Eustachius a Sancto Paulo, Summa philosophiae quadripartita (Paris, ).

La Mettrie, Julien Offray de, L'homme machine (Leiden, ). Regius, Johannes, Oratio de homine automatico (Franeker, ).Cartesius verus Spinosismi archz't t. OEUVRES DE DESCARTES publiées par C. ADAM & P. TANNERY sous les auspices du Ministère de l'Instruction Publique. P., Cerf, /, 12 volumes in 4 + CORRESPONDENCE OF DESCARTES AND Constanty HUYGENS () by Léon ROTH.

Roth, L. (Ed.). () Correspondence of Descartes and Constantyn Huygens, – from manuscripts now in the Bibliothèque Nationale, formerly in the possession of the late Harry Wilmot Buxton, F. Clarendon Press, Oxford. Google Scholar.

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37 (dissertation Utrecht) bibliography. Constantijn Huygens is almost unknown to English readers and students — if he is known at all, it is in that peculiarly frustrating and gratifying fashion, as the father of a famous son, Christiaan Huygens the physicist.

During his own lifetime, however, few Hollanders were better known outside their country than Constantijn Huygens. Correspondence of Descartes and Constantyn Huygens.

Edited from manuscripts now in the Bibliothèque Nationale formerly in the possession of. Maimonides and The Correspondence of Descartes and Constantyn Huygens, –) and had been elected a fellow of the British Academy. 8 In a letter addressed to Magnes, Roth expresses his. Central to our analysis of Huygens’ discussion of the paragone is the poet’s use of the prototypically Christian motif of Nature as ‹the second book of God’.

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Huygens was staying in South Lambeth with an old family friend, Noël de Caron, the ambassador of the States-General to the English court. Huygens, Mijn Leven, II, – Huygens, Nederlandse gedichten, II, –9. Bachrach, “Sir Constantyn Huygens”.

See also Bachrach, Sir Constantine Huygens. But Verbeek follows up the references made in the three parts that, `at first appearance' (p.

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), make up the letter: though the Most significantly, L. Roth (ed.), Correspondence of Descartes with Constantyn Huygens,Oxford University Press, Descartes: philosophical letters; translated and edited by Anthony Kenny.

Oxford: Clarendon Press, Correspondence of Descartes and Constantyn Huygens, Edited from manuscripts now in the Bibliothèque nationale, formerly in the possession of the late Harry Wilmot Buxton, F.R.A.S., by Leon Roth.

Edited from manuscripts now in the. Book: Publisher: Zeno, The Leiden-Utrecht Institute for Philosophy: Abstract: There is little disagreement that the standard edition of Descartes by Charles Adam and Paul Tannery (, known as AT) should be redone, in any case as far as the correspondence is concerned.

Volumes I and II provided a completely new translation of the philosophical works of Descartes, based on the best available Latin and French texts. Volume III contains of Descartes' letters, over half of which have previously not been translated into English.

It incorporates, in its entirety, Anthony Kenny's celebrated translation of selected philosophical letters, first published in /5(1). ‎OEUVRES DE DESCARTES publiées par C. ADAM & P. TANNERY sous les auspices du Ministère de l'Instruction Publique. P., Cerf, /, 12 volumes in 4 + CORRESPONDENCE OF DESCARTES AND Constanty HUYGENS () by Léon ROTH.

correspondence was occasioned by the controversy caused by the publication of the first two volumes ofBalthasar BEKKER'S book on spirits and witchcraft, De Betoverde Weereld (The World Bewitched, ). Deurhoff argued that angels and devils could not act on any body or spirit outside themselves, because only God acted on bodies in the world.

Catalogue of the manuscripts of Christiaan Huygens including a concordance with his Oeuvres complètes (); The multilingualism of Constantijn Huygens () by Christopher Richard Joby () Sir Constantine Huygens and Britain, ; a pattern of cultural exchange by Alfred Gustave Herbert Bachrach (Book).

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Correspondence of Descartes. Correspondence of Descartes and Constantyn Huygens, Leon Roth & Constantyn Huygens - - Journal of Philosophical Studies 2 (5) details No categories. The letter can be found in Huygens (–, vol. 22) and Correspondence of Descartes and Constantyn Huygens, – edited by Leon Roth, from manuscripts now in the Bibliothèque Nationale, formerly in the possession of the late Harry Wilmot Buxton, F.

S., Oxford: Clarendon Press, English translation from Westman (). On 3 March Descartes wrote to Constantyn Huygens saying that he thought the book would be ready in three weeks, when he would send off the whole to le chancelier, and the sheets containing the Discours and Géometrie seem to have been sent off on 24 March (letter ).

By late April Descartes was able to write to Mersenne saying that.Scott, J. F., Scientific work of René Descartes (London, ) 32, appears, incidentally, to have completely missed the significance of the Descartes water-filled tube, and the whole concept of corneal neutralisation.

Google Scholar.Judging from their correspondence, Constasntijn Huygens agreed with Descartes that Stampioen behaved badly during the dispute. Nonetheless in Huygens engaged Stampioen for a year as mathematics tutor for his two elder sons. Constantijn. Jr., and Christiaan.7 Thereafter, Stampioen faded from public notice.

A brief reprise of the Waessenaer.