Descartes' Meditations Review

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Philosophy

 

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Ernest W

 

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February 23, 2015

 

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For this reason, it will suffice for the rejection of all these opinions, if I find in each of them some reason for doubt (Descartes 1641:13)." Descartes is calling into question any knowledge he possesses that cannot be immediately identified as clear and distinct. A great deal of this knowledge was that of what he had acquired through sensory perception...
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He thought that a good deal of what is perceived through the senses is information that is obscured and compromised. Essentially he was investigating the human condition of subjectivity. What one hears, sees, tastes, and could not necessarily be concluded in the manner in which one concludes a mathematical equation...
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