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The Nature of Descartes' Program of Radical Doubt and the Reason He Engages in This Program
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Complete Name: Professor: Course: Date of Submission: The Nature of Descartes' Program of Radical Doubt and the Reason He Engages in This Program To Descartes, the program of radical doubt must be established on a solitary endeavor or more appropriately, a deliberate isolation which forms the nature of his philosophical work having been freed of social and emotional disturbances as he uttered the grounds for his engagement in the program: “Several years have now elapsed since I first became aware that I had accepted, even from my youth, many false opinions for true, and that consequently what I afterward based on such principles was highly doubtful; and from that time I was convinced of the…
As it is however, no significant degree of being radical may be detected, yet for the nature of doubt which Descartes presented, the philosophically radical part of his program is perceived on casting doubt upon ‘senses’ which has frequently been neglected. At this stage, he had come to express hence -- “All that I have, up to this moment, accepted as possessed of the highest truth and certainty, I received either from or through the senses. ...
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