Rene Descartes

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French philosopher and mathematician

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Today the compute capacity of Cartesius has been increased by 18% (to a total of 1.
Otto Neurath, 'Die Verirrten des Cartesius und das Auxiliarmotiv', Jahrbuch deer philosophischen Gesellschaft ander Universitat Wien 1913, pp45-59, (trans).
17) "Wir kommen eigentlich jetzt erst zur Philosophie der neuen Welt und fangen diese mit Cartesius an.
Es el momento de Cartesius crucial respecto a nuestro asunto, ya que es entonces cuando la confianza en la adecuacion (1) de la "luz natural" empieza a quebrarse.
Rene Descartes (31st March 1596, in Touraine, France--11th February 1650, Sweden), also known as Cartesius, was a philosopher, a physicist and French mathematician.
Actually, this concept may be traced back to one of Neurath's most interesting early articles, namely The Lost Wanderers of Cartesius (1913).
SURFsara will expand the capacity of the Cartesius national supercomputer in the second half of 2016.
Rene Descartes (31 de marzo de 1596, en Touraine, Francia--11 de febrero de 1650, Suecia), tambien conocido como Cartesius, fue un filosofo, un fisico y matematico frances.