Descartes

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Philosophy

 

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Robin T

 

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June 21, 2012

 

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This argument that he gives us is known today as the conceivability argument. The first premises of his argument are based on the fact that Descartes believes that his mind or his being as a “thinking thing”, but not an “extended thing”, that is connected to his body, which is an “extended thing” and not a “thinking thing”...
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Since his mind is only connected to his body, and his mind is distinct from his body, he gives us the argument that he can exist without his body since he is certain that his mind is very distinct from his body. The second premise of this argument is based heavily on the first premise that Descartes has given us...
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