«Le grand paradoxe de M. Descartes»
La teoria cartesiana delle verità eterne nell’Europa del XVII secolo
2007, cm 17 x 24, xxxiv-316 pp.
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First enunciated by Descartes in 1630 in his letters to Marin Mersenne, the theory that eternal verities depend on God’s will touches philosophical themes that range from the statute of logical-mathematical axioms to theological questions tied to the relation between ‘possibles’ and divine power. This volume examines the opinions put forth by the majority of the participants in this 17th century debate, discussing one of the most complex problems that rational theology ever had to face.