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Cartesianism: (goes back to René Descartes) the thesis that we must distinguish between extended entities (bodies, matter, res extensa) and unextended entities (spirit, soul). See also Dualism.

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Michael Esfeld on Cartesianism - Dictionary of Arguments

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Cartesianism/Esfeld: Cartesianism is pro Descartes. Revised: one can create an epistemological relation to the world through spontaneity. Esfeld: spontaneity is our belief forming activity -> direct realism.


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M. Esfeld
Holismus Frankfurt/M 2002


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