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Descartes: The Existence of God
Descartes has realized that he is a being that thinks, doubts, desires, and questions many, many things. However, the notion that Descartes has of a God is the clearest and most distinct when compared to his other notions. Descartes realizes that since he is a being that thinks, there must be a supreme being more perfect than him to help us realize his imperfections.
He believes that there is no possible way for him to know what his shortcomings are without a perfect more supreme being putting these ideas in his head. He also knows that he could not ex…
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