Title: a response to descarts meditation 1
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these are both fine examples of belifes that we as a somewhat more advanced society have rejected as false but witch were at the time no less believed
by the masses or the scolars of the day. Hence we must not assume
that these "mad men" are incorect in thare asurtions jest becuse we personaly or the grater majority disagree or fail to find truth in them...
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Hence we must not assume
that these "mad men" are incorect in thare asurtions jest becuse we personaly or the grater majority disagree or fail to find truth in them.
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