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Descartes Meditations.docx

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Philosophy
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PHIL 1090
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Pheme Perkins

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Descartes Meditations ­body being attached to a body ­conclude on a god who is not a believer ­what does it mean to be an irrational/conscious/connected to the body/ mind? ­descartes decides that he must come up with a perfect being in order to guarantee the  metaphysics of certainty ­our judgments have way too many mistakes to talking about being that he calls God ­why does Descartes think he needs to bring God into a rational discussion ­we wouldn’t really be stuck on that if we focused on rational thinking which is the
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