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۱ مطلب با کلمه‌ی کلیدی «Ontological Argument» ثبت شده است

In the very first lines of the ‘Third Meditation’ Descartes expresses that by looking deep within himself he can assert that he is a ‘thinking thing.' He claims that although he is not sure about the existence of things outside himself but he is confident that the modes of thinking, e.g. imaginations and sensations, exist inside him. Then Descartes tries to find out whether there is any other knowledge he may possess. In this scrutiny, he lays down that everything is true if he can perceive it very clearly and distinctly. Descartes then questions his judgment whether it can be deceived by some God who might endow him with a nature that he could be deceived, even about what can be perceived very clearly and distinctly. Therefore, logically, Descartes should first examine if any God does exist. (Descartes 1984, 24-25

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