Talk:René Descartes

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Descartes and philosophy section too difficult.[change source]

This section needs a bit of simplifying. Probably the most problematic text is this sentence:

  • "Finally, Descartes thought that because he knew he was thinking, but could only know anything else about himself (for example that he had two arms and two legs) because he knew that God exists, then he must in fact be made up of two things: the mind that thinks, and the body that does not."