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The Mind-body problem in Descartes Meditations
Many people have tried to explain and interpret cognition over time. One of the earliest such philosophers was Descartes. He wrote many works on the subject, one of his most famous being the Meditations collection. The collection is also very beneficial to theories today, even though it needs to be refined to fit more modern ideas
In the third meditation, Descartes tries to prove God's existence and that He is not a deceiver, thereby allowing us to be sure that we are not deceived when we perceive things clearly and distinctly. In the rest of the meditations, Descartes tries to prove t…
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