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Descartes and the Killer Bees

(The original, much longer, version of this post first appeared on a couple of weeks ago. My heartfelt thanks to Lauren for publishing it.) 539 palabras más

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Cogito ergo sum

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What is transcendence? Transcendence is the existence or experience beyond the normal or physical level. A movie was created and was titled transcendence. This movie opened others eyes to a different perspective, a perspective we do not normally want to think about because we are scared of it, scared of what it can do. 181 palabras más


Human Knowledge, Tradition & Modern Realism.

The French philosopher René Descartes (1596-1650) and his “Cartesian” project attempted to determine how human beings could gain undeniable, concrete knowledge of the world. In other words, how could humans gain true understandings of the world that can’t be wrong. 480 palabras más


Theories of Human Nature

There are so many theories about human nature, to name a few there are

  1. the human person as an immortal soul
  2. the human person as a composite of body and soul…
  3. 33 palabras más

René Descartes

1. René Descartes is most famously known for writing a short work that was published on 1641 called Meditationes de Prima Philosophia or Meditations On First Philosophy in English. 173 palabras más


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From Left to Right :

781G Gassendi,  820G Descartes,  695G The Earl of Rochester,  154F Thomas Browne, 904F Pseudo Aristotle, 815G John Fisher.

781G Pierre Gassendi 1592-1655… 4.220 palabras más

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