The Two Truths that Descartes Discovers in His Meditations on First Philosophy that Do Not Require the Divine Guarantee
Keywords:Thinking thing, Self, God, Knowledge, Meditation
AbstractIn my paper, I show that there are two truths in Descartes’ Meditations on First Philosophy that do not require the divine guarantee, despite Descartes’ claim in the last sentence of the fourth paragraph in the third meditation that he cannot be certain of anything unless he knows that God exists as Descartes’ creator and that God is not a deceiver.
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Tweyman, S. (2022). The Two Truths that Descartes Discovers in His Meditations on First Philosophy that Do Not Require the Divine Guarantee. European Journal of Social Sciences, 5(1), 1–11. https://doi.org/10.26417/408bny17
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