Vol. 62 (2017) - Supplement: Descartes and phenomenology
- From the Editor
- Renaud Barbaras, What a Thinking Thing is?
- Dominique Pradelle, On the Situation of Descartes’ Thought within History of Metaphysics: Between Break and Continuity
- Nicolas de Warren, The Radicalism of Reason and the Cartesianism of Husserl’s Phenomenology
- Camille Riquier, Sartre’s Meditations
- Piotr Schollenberger, Cartesianism and Non-Cartesianism in Merleau-Ponty’s Late Thought
- Federica Frattaroli, World, Passivity and Difference. A Reflection through Descartes and Merleau-Ponty
- Urszula Idziak-Smoczyńska, Madness at the Basis of Knowledge. The Heresy of Jean-Luc Marion
- Witold Płotka, The Cartesian Motif in Polish Phenomenology (1895–2015): A Review of the Positions and an Attempt of Assessment
- Wojciech Starzyński, Perception and Idea: A Double Direction of Twardowski’s Cartesianism
- Karol Tarnowski, The Question of Substance in Descartes from the Existential and Formally-Ontological Perspective
- Andrzej Gniazdowski, Freedom, Equality, Truth. The Antinomies of Cartesianism in the Philosophy of Leszek Kołakowski
- Jean-Luc Marion, Estimative Cognition as a Non-Methodic and Non-Objectivizing Modus of cogitatio in Descartes’s Thought
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