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French Philosopher, Renes Descartes, is considered the father of modern philosophy and is notorious for criticizing any beliefs that are derived from sensory perception. In this essay I will attempt to disprove premise 2 of his dream argument which states that, "no beliefs based on the senses are completely certain and indubitable." I will attempt to disprove the third argument supporting this premise which states that, "there are no certain marks by which the state of waking can ever be distinguished from sleep."
There are clear and certain marks which distinguish the state of sleeping…
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