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  2. Descartes Systems Group - Wikipedia

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    The Descartes Systems Group Inc. (commonly referred to as Descartes) is a Canadian multinational technology company specializing in logistics software, supply chain management software, and cloud -based services for logistics businesses.

  3. The World (book) - Wikipedia

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    The World, also called Treatise on the Light ( French title: Traité du monde et de la lumière ), is a book by René Descartes (1596–1650). Written between 1629 and 1633, it contains a nearly complete version of his philosophy, from method, to metaphysics, to physics and biology . Descartes espoused mechanical philosophy, a form of natural ...

  4. Descartes (crater) - Wikipedia

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    Descartes is a heavily worn lunar impact crater that is located in the rugged south-central highlands of the Moon. To the southwest is the crater Abulfeda. It is named after the French philosopher, mathematician and physicist René Descartes. The rim of Descartes survives only in stretches, and is completely missing in the north.

  5. Dioptrique - Wikipedia

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    First page of "La dioptrique" by René Descartes. " La dioptrique " (in English " Dioptrique ", " Optics ", or " Dioptrics "), is a short treatise published in 1637 included in one of the Essays written with Discourse on the Method by Rene Descartes. In this essay Descartes uses various models to understand the properties of light.

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  7. Cartesian doubt - Wikipedia

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    René Descartes, the originator of Cartesian doubt, put all beliefs, ideas, thoughts, and matter in doubt. He showed that his grounds, or reasoning, for any knowledge could just as well be false. Sensory experience, the primary mode of knowledge, is often erroneous and therefore must be doubted.

  8. Descartes number - Wikipedia

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    In number theory, a Descartes number is an odd number which would have been an odd perfect number, if one of its composite factors were prime.They are named after René Descartes who observed that the number D = 3 2 ⋅7 2 ⋅11 2 ⋅13 2 ⋅22021 = (3⋅1001) 2 ⋅ (22⋅1001 − 1) = 198585576189 would be an odd perfect number if only 22021 were a prime number, since the sum-of-divisors ...