This monograph on Descartes' Meditations shows that it is as much about pedagogy as it is about truth. Every single claim of the Meditations is advanced from the first-person point-of-view of Descartes' meditator, who is not a Cartesian at the start of inquiry. Cunning's reading shows that The Meditations is the transcript of his cognitive progress. This new reading of a canonical philosophical text will interest all scholars of early modern philosophy.

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