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Descartes and other animals

Bernard Bergonzi

Descartes and other animals

poems 1948-54.

by Bernard Bergonzi

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Published by Platform in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination50p.,22cm
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18424442M


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Beyond Words: The selves of other animals. Descartes called non-human animals nature's "automata". Carl Safina's new book argues that this attitude. Descartes and Animal Rights. This way of thinking stemmed from the argument of René Descartes, a great 17th-century philosopher, that people were creatures of reason, linked to the mind of .