QuestionsDescartes to Derrida
QuestionsDescartes to Derrida PH 0150
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Date Created: 10/11/15
Way Method If the objective reality of one of Descartes ideas is so big that the formal reality of Descartes as a thinking thing could not have caused the objective reality of one of Descartes ideas then Descartes is certain that something with more formal reality must exist that could have caused the objective reality of one of Descartes ideas
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