Descartes

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Philosophy

 

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David G

 

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August 17, 2015

 

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Descartes is not saying that this is the actual case, but because he can doubt it, it may be possible. 2. Descartes here is saying that he is certain of only one thing and that is that he is a thinking thing, not a bodily thing. The only thing Descartes thus far cannot doubt is that he thinks. Everything else, including his body may not really exist...
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Everything else, including his body may not really exist. According to Descartes, he has direct access to the fact that he thinks and that no one could ever tell him that doesn't have the thought. Descartes here says that "everything I very clearly and distinctly perceive is true." But we find from reading on that, no this is not always true...
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