Descartes

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Philosophy

 

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Debra S

 

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April 2, 2012

 

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Descartes new ideas, and more specifically his argument for universal doubt, challenged all other philosophical theories. In his first two books of Meditations on First Philosophy, Rene Descartes expresses the radical doubt that he possesses and the disbelief he has of the philosophical ideas of Aristotle and the Church...
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The Cartesian Method of Doubt is the system he created in which he examines those things that he thinks to be true and set aside all those beliefs of which there might be some doubt. As a philosopher, he brings up the question, what is certain and what is not? And if something were certain, who would make it certain? Descartes elaborates on this topic a great deal in his first Meditation...
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