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    Three years ago I stumbled upon a Philosophy book called Meditation by Decartes. Three years later I am reacting to how Decartes had felt. I have… Read More
    Three years ago I stumbled upon a Philosophy book called Meditation by Decartes. Three years later I am reacting to how Decartes had felt. I have often found myself to be mistaken with regard to matters that I formerly thought were certain, such as Religion, Life, Politics & God. Therefore I resolve to sweep away all the pre-conceptions, rebuilding my knowledge from the ground up, and accepting as true only those claims which are absolutely certain. All I had previously thought I knew came to me through the senses. Through a process of methodic doubt, I am withdrawing completely from the senses. At any moment I could be dreaming, or my senses could be deceived either by God or by some evil demon, so I conclude that I cannot trust my senses about anything. I will rip off my face and find myself again with all the power I have to become all that I ought to be. Read Less
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MEDITATOR
Mind-body dualism
Sensory Perceptions
My Demons
Source of Error
Finite Intellect
Godly Imperfections
Corporeal Body
The faculty of Choice
Trapped in Falsehood