<history of philosophy, biography> french philosopher and early follower of Descartes (1622-1684). In his efforts to resolve Cartesian difficulties with the unobservable interaction of mind and body in his Le discernment du corps et de l'’me (The Mind-Body Distinction) (1666), Cordemoy noted how commonly the two elements of any human being fail to correspond with each other. Recommended Reading: GÈraud de Cordemoy, A Philosophical Discourse Concerning Speech (Scholars' Facsimilies, 1999).
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