Descartes Free Will

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Philosophy

 

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Charles T

 

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November 5, 2014

 

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The intellect is limited and finite because it can occur in different degrees. While some people have a simple understanding of a language others have a mastery of its grammar and syntax. But no one can have a mastery of all the mysteries of the universe. Then there is the faculty of choosing, as Descartes calls it, or rather the will...
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Descartes says that he "experience[s] that it is limited by no boundaries whatever" (Descartes p.38). It is seen as infinite because unlike the intellect is does to adhere to different grades. It exists merely as a matter of being able to do or not to do something; to affirm or deny something proposed by one's intellect (see Descartes p...
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