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September 12, 2011


Leo Carton Mollica

You mean any more books by the early modern Rationalists? For Descartes I'd recommend the *Discourse on Method* and *Meditations*, for Leibniz the *Monadology* and *Theodicy*, and for Spinoza the *Tractatus Theologico-Politicus* and *Ethics*. That should keep you busy for a good long while! :)

Erin Chelsea Veronica

article very interesting for me to read, thanks
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