Descartes Letter Back in the Hands of the French

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An undergraduate at Haverford College discovered—or rather uncovered—a letter the famous philosopher wrote to Count Guglielmo Libri Carucci dalla Sommaja about his most famous opus, Meditations on First Philosophy. The letter was a part of a number of items stolen by the infamous scientist and will be included in a collection scheduled to be published later this year.

See this article in The Guardian for details.

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