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Therefore Descartes makes the decision that he will not accept anything unless it has such logical weight and clarity that he is compelled to accept it as true. By doing this Descartes refutes the Aristotelian Philosophy that knowledge comes from the use of the senses as Descartes regards the senses as a mere component of the extended domain of existence, and he has already realised that the items of perception are open to doubt through his "Demon of deception" analogy where he arrives at the point that things like not being able to tell dreaming from being awake or hallucination could be attributed to a malignant demon who is setting out to constantly deceive him...
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By doing this Descartes refutes the Aristotelian Philosophy that knowledge comes from the use of the senses as Descartes regards the senses as a mere component of the extended domain of existence, and he has already realised that the items of perception are open to doubt through his "Demon of deception" analogy where he arrives at the point that things like not being able to tell dreaming from being awake or hallucination could be attributed to a malignant demon who is setting out to constantly deceive him...
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