God's Existence Questioned: The Pursuit to Knowledge
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As a result, he states two arguments which ultimately vindicate God's existence: 1. God exists from the fact that I have an idea of Him and 2. Ontological argument (of or relating to essence or the nature of being). However, it is with the idea that one has of an immutable being, which leads to God's existence that evidently possesses the stronger argument...
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However, it is with the idea that one has of an immutable being, which leads to God's existence that evidently possesses the stronger argument.
Descartes uses his first and second meditation, in the Cogito (awareness of myself, thinking, and of existence) as a model for achieving human knowledge. Though, he uses this knowledge to question the same grounds for the undoubted truth of God's existence...
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