A Summary Of Descartes' Second Meditation

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What is that? A thing that doubts, understands, affirms, denies, is wiling, is unwilling and also imagines and has sensory perceptions” All of the attributes stated above all belong to the ‘I’. It is self-evident that thinking, doubting, willing and understanding do...
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It is self-evident that thinking, doubting, willing and understanding do. Imagination does too, as even though the things that are imagined are not real, the power of imagination is real and exists as part of thinking. The same applies to sensory perception; they may perceive false things but that power of perception must be true and also exists as a part of the ‘I’...
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