Descartes Mind and Body

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Philosophy

 

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Irene T

 

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October 19, 2015

 

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He continues to ponder thoughts in Meditation two where he establishes one thing that he assumes has to be true, and that is that if he is doing the thinking, then he must be real. Here is where you begin to see his famous, “I think, therefore I am” line which is showing that he acknowledges that he has a mind, without being sure if he has a body...
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In Meditation three he begins to attempt to prove that God is real. He believes that is he can prove that God is real, and that he is all powerful and all good then he will be able to prove other truths. He comes to think that God has to exist because the idea could not have come from within himself...
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