Translation of Cartesian in Spanish:

Cartesian

cartesiano, adj.

Pronunciation /kɑːˈtiːzɪən//kɑːˈtiːʒ(ə)n//kɑrˈtiʒən/

adjective

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    cartesiano
    • The first two are basic principles of Cartesian metaphysics as presented in the Meditations.
    • His mathematical work covered Cartesian geometry and the theory of equations.
    • The idea of self is thus not the product of a Cartesian intellectual intuition.
    • Thus, translations and rotations of Cartesian coordinate systems for space still leave us with Cartesian systems.
    • He is equally critical of the rationalist, Cartesian accounts of humanity, as well as the more empirical and behaviouristic attempts to designate the human condition.
    • René Descartes was a philosopher whose work, La géométrie, includes his application of algebra to geometry from which we now have Cartesian geometry.
    • Even the Logical Positivists were, by and large, foundationalists, although some of them came to renounce Cartesian mentalism in favor of a ‘physicalistic basis’.
    • He used it to destroy modern Cartesian metaphysics, which turns on the distinction between subject and object.
    • Clear and distinct ideas are the hallmark of Cartesian thought, and Marion turns to the meaning of idea in Descartes.
    • And generally, often in so-called logical thinking, we depend upon using the analogy of Euclidean or Cartesian argument, to define policy.
    • This is a very appealing Cartesian intuition: my identity as the thinking thing that I am is revealed to me in consciousness, it is not something beyond the veil of consciousness.
    • However, the theory of the adequate idea is far more systematic than its Cartesian prototype, and leads to conclusions which Descartes would certainly have rejected.
    • Many philosophers have since attempted their own refutations of Cartesian skepticism (including Descartes and Putnam himself).
    • He suddenly takes a U-turn and begins to attack Cartesian epistemology, the very basis of research from which this impressive body of scientific knowledge comes.
    • Note, of course, that the use of such positional grids are an early form of Cartesian geometry.
    • These Cartesian speculations conveyed to Descartes' successors at least two issues.
    • The translation was published in 1697 and Clarke's notes in effect criticized Cartesian physics in favor of Newton's.
    • It took over a hundred years before Newton's ideas thoroughly supplanted the theory of Cartesian vortices.
    • One of the major shifts in twentieth-century philosophy has been the rejection of this Cartesian assumption.
    • Van Schooten was one of the main people to promote the spread of Cartesian geometry.