Subject Area: Descartes, Rene

A HISTORY OF THE QUEST FOR PHILOSOPHICAL CLARITY FROM DESCARTES TO WITTGENSTEIN:
“We Can Only Understand What We Ourselves Have Made”
Roscoe, John
2011 0-7734-1563-7 292 pages
This work examines the philosophical positions of the canonical thinkers of the Western tradition from Descartes to Wittgenstein. It argues that philosophical discourse becomes confused whenever it has no explicit semantic basis.

Descartes' Principles of Philosophy
Reynolds, Blair
1990 0-88946-308-5 188 pages
This translation of 327 articles omitted by the Haldane and Ross edition (taken from the Latin Principia Philosophiae) is based upon Les Principes Philosophie, published by Henri Le Grade, Paris, 1647.

ON TRUE AND FALSE IDEAS
New Objections to Descartes' Meditations and Descartes' Replies
Arnauld, Antoine
1990 0-88946-287-9 236 pages