Descartes' Viable Notion of Knowledge

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Thus, Descartes intends that his notion of knowledge be rooted in this absolute foundation, and he must begin only with what is assured and reason from that point. In doing so, Descartes must discard everything he currently believes to be true and begin considering what he knows to be true. This notion of knowledge strips away all information previously gleaned through the senses...
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As the senses have been known to be unreliable (man is often deceived in what he believes he perceives), they are therefore ruled out as a source for absolute knowledge, and by extension, any knowledge at all. Even seemingly immediate perceptions, such as one's physical existence in a specific place and time, cannot be trusted...
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