Descartes' Third Meditation

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Philosophy

 

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September 7, 2012

 

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Then, questions if God is deceiving his senses and restates that God is a "Malicious Demon." Concludes with his Theory of Wax, which in tales that his senses were like the wax melting off the candle(there always changing), and then that his senses were like the flame(always burning and will always be there) Summary of Third Meditation Why he asks the question in the first place He believed that his later judgments (in meditations 1 and 2) were open to doubt, and that some God could have deceived him on matters that were obvious...
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Then, questions if God is deceiving his senses and restates that God is a "Malicious Demon." Concludes with his Theory of Wax, which in tales that his senses were like the wax melting off the candle(there always changing), and then that his senses were like the flame(always burning and will always be there) Summary of Third Meditation Why he asks the question in the first place He believed that his later judgments (in meditations 1 and 2) were open to doubt, and that some God could have deceived him on matters that were obvious...
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