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  1. Arnold Geulincx Ethics (Brill's Studies in Itellectual History) by Ruler, J.A. van (ed.), et all 2006-11-30
  2. Van de hoofddeugden: De eerste tuchtverhandeling (Geschiedenis van de wijsbegeerte in Nederland) (Dutch Edition) by Arnold Geulincx, 1986
  3. Het axioma van Geulincx (Amboboeken) by Corn Verhoeven, 1973
  4. GEULINCX, ARNOLD(16241669): An entry from Gale's <i>Encyclopedia of Philosophy</i> by Willis Doney, 2006
  5. Flemish Philosophers: Arnold Geulincx, Henry of Ghent, Leo Apostel, Jaap Kruithof, Karel Verleye, Frans Boenders, Johan Braeckman
  6. Philosopher Introduction: Timothy Chambers, Zenobius, Arthur Schafer, Teodor Oizerman, Peter Hallward, Catius, Arnold Geulincx
  7. GEULINCX, ARNOLD [ADDENDUM]: An entry from Gale's <i>Encyclopedia of Philosophy</i> by Theo Verbeek, 2006
  8. Hochschullehrer (Löwen): Charles de Visscher, Franz Josef Mone, Justus Lipsius, Juan Luis Vives, Hadrian Vi., Arnold Geulincx, Serge Moscovici (German Edition)
  9. Arnoldi Geulincx antverpiensis Opera philosophica (Italian Edition) by Arnold Geulincx, 1891-01-01
  10. Gnothi Sauton, Sive Ethica: Passionibus Animae (1709) (Latin Edition) by Arnold Geulincx, Johann Flender, et all 2009-07-17
  11. Sive Ethica: Post Tristia Auctoris Sata Omnibus Suis Partibus In Lucem Edita (1709) (Latin Edition) by Arnold Geulincx, Cornelis Bontekoe, 2009-06-13
  12. Sive Ethica: Post Tristia Auctoris Sata Omnibus Suis Partibus In Lucem Edita (1709) (Latin Edition) by Arnold Geulincx, Cornelis Bontekoe, 2010-09-10
  13. Gnothi Sauton, Sive Ethica: Passionibus Animae (1709) (Latin Edition) by Arnold Geulincx, Johann Flender, et all 2010-09-10
  14. Gnothi Sauton, Sive Ethica: Passionibus Animae (1709) (Latin Edition) by Arnold Geulincx, Johann Flender, et all 2010-09-10

1. Geulincx, Arnold
Arnold Geulincx' Ethics With Samuel Beckett's Notes (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History), Van de hoofddeugden De eerste tuchtverhandeling (Geschiedenis van de wijsbegeerte
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ASIN: Book Description Arnold Geulincx (1624-1669) is a key figure in the history of ideas, whose concepts have been seen as precursors to those developed by Spinoza, Malebranche, Leibniz and Kant. His Ethics presents a treatment of virtue from the standpoint of occasionalist metaphysics. The great Irish writer Samuel Beckett stated that Geulincx, with his emphasis on the powerlessness and ignorance of the human condition, was a key influence on his works. This is the first complete version of the text to appear in a modern language. It includes the full text of the Ethics and Beckett's notes to his reading of Geulincx. Shedding new light on important moments of intellectual history, it is a major event for students of philosophy and literature. Brill's Texts and Sources in Intellectual History, vol. 1
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Belgian philosopher. He formed the theory of occasionalism, according to which God synchronizes body and mind, like two clocks that act together but have no influence on each other
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Selections from this work by the noted Flemish Cartesian. Presented by the publisher, Christoffel Press.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Arnold Geulincx (31 January 1624 – November 1669) was a Flemish philosopher . He was one of the followers of René Descartes who tried to work out more detailed versions of a generally Cartesian philosophy. Samuel Beckett cited Geulincx as a key influence and interlocutor because of Geulincx's emphasis on the powerlessness and ignorance of the human condition.
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Geulincx was born in Antwerp . He studied at the University of Leuven and was made professor of philosophy there in 1646. He lost his post in 1658, possibly for religious reasons, or (as has been suggested) a combination of unpopular views and his marriage in that year. Geulincx then moved north to the University of Leiden and converted to Calvinism . Initially he gave private lessons. He was appointed reader in logic there in 1662 and extraordinary professor in 1665. He died in Leiden in 1669, leaving most of his works, all written in Latin, to be published after his death. They were edited by Cornelis Bontekoe.

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Arnold Geulincx Arnold Geulincx (Antwerp, January 31, 1624 – November 1669), was a Flemish philosopher. He studied at the University of Leuven and was made professor of philosophy
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Arnold Geulincx (1624-69) was a little-known but important voice in the post-Cartesian philosophical scene, and this translation of one of his major texts should contribute to the rising interest in his work. A rough contemporary of Spinoza, Geulincx took up a post at Calvinist Leiden University The Faculty of Creative and Performing Arts is a cooperation between Leiden University and the Royal Conservatoire and Royal Academy of Art. The university has never had a faculty of economics, business or management, since all these decades one thought this would not fit into its after being dismissed from Jansenist Louvain in 1658. In addition to producing works on logic and metaphysics, he sought to develop Descartes's account of the passions and to map an ethical framework on the basis of Cartesian natural philosophy. The Ethics is composed of a brief (if hilariously bombastic) dedication to the Curators at Leiden, a short address to the reader, and six treatises. It also contains extensive authorial annotations in the form of explanatory supplements attached mostly to the first treatise and composed by Geulincx after its separate publication in 1665. The Ethics as a whole was unfinished and published posthumously in 1675, with this translation based on J. P. N. Land's 1893 Opera Philosophica. This edition also includes Samuel Beckett's notes on Geulincx and a good introduction by van Ruler.

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