In the course of the book, Roger Woolhouse provides a systematic
treatment of the central metaphysical views of these important and
interrelated philosophers, considering their areas of agreement and
disagreement. Going beyond the conventional classification of the
three as the "rationalists", he explores their accounts of what is
real and how this lies at the heart of their philosophies. In
particular, he shows how they provided the conceptual foundation to
the 17th-century science of mechanics.
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