artbox by marguerita From Soul to Mind
A notable aspect of the Latin text of the Meditationes in contrast to its accompanying texts-Dedicatory Letter, Praefatio, Synopsis- is the use of vocabulary. Descartes was very deliberate and disciplined in his choice and use of the wide range of Latin words available for naming the non- corporeal aspect of the human being- mens, ingenium, anima, animus, spiritus.
Contributions in concept of mind and body
by Descartes, Rene 1596 -1650 Descartes on the human soul:
philosophy and the demands of Christian doctrine by C.F. Fowler