Descartes’ argument – Meditation Five

Having proved God exists and is not a deceiver, Descartes turns next to considering ‘whether anything certain is to be had concerning material things’ … He turns to ‘ideas of these things, insofar as they exist in my thought’. He finds distinct ideas of length, breadth and depth; size; shape; position and motion. But that’s not all …”

From “Meditation Five” on Descartes’ ontological argument, by Andrew Latus

 

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