La interpretación germana de Descartes

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The history of philosophy views Descartes from the perspective of subjectivism or solipsism. Where does this interpretation come from? Every paper by this author opens the possibility to this view? This article tries to look for answers for these questions. It offers the readings of Hegel, Husserl and Heidegger. As a conclusion we show that the interpretation of Heidegger is the only one which tells us something today.

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  • Daniel V. F. Brezmes

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