Divine Deception in Descartes’ Meditations, by Emanuela Scribano

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Emanuela Scribano is Professor of Philosophy at Università Ca’Foscari Venezia. Her most recent books include A Reading Guide to Descartes’ Meditations on First Philosophy (St. Augustine Press, 2016), Macchine con la mente: Fisiologia e metafisica tra Cartesio e Spinoza (Carocci, 2015), Guida alla lettura dell’Etica di Spinoza (Laterza, 2014), and Angeli e beati: Modelli di conoscenza da Tommaso a Spinoza (Laterza, 2014). Her numerous published articles on topics within early modern philosophy, include, most recently, “Spinoza muore,” Rivista Di Storia Della Filosofia (2012), ‘“Quod nescis quomodo fiat id non facis’: Occasionalism Against Descartes?,” Rinascimento (2011), and “‘Socinian’: About a New Series of Texts,” Bruniana & Campanelliana (2011).

Emanuela Scribano, “Divine Deception in Descartes’ Meditations,” trans. Cosette Bruhns, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 38:1 (2017), pp. 89-114.

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