Message - Descartes cogito

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Posted by  Fiona Gray on October 20, 2003 at 03:11:58:

In Reply to:  Re: Could look at Descarte posted by Lena on August 03, 2003 at 02:26:42:

Q. Out line Descartes cogito argument(KU)
Is the cogito argument sufficient enough to defeat sceptisisum

A. Descarte cogito argument has to versions, these are think therefor
i am" this appears in the Discourse and there is also there is "i
am, i exist" this apears in the Meditation.Descarte's cogito
argument is his answer to sceptisisun, as he believe's that it
cannot be doudted. The cogito argument is indutiable because it is
a circular argument. This means that his argument cannot be
dismist. the cogito has a weakness in the sence that it can do
nothing meaningful in the real world, it is onky conceved of in
the individuals existance

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