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Unformatted text preview: whether real or imagined, he exists. 4. Descartes makes two assumptions that would not be widely accepted today. What are they? 5. What does Descartes believe about the reliability of "natural light"? 6. Of what sorts of things does he think he has clear and distinct ideas? What is the significance of clear and distinct ideas for Descartes? 7. How does Descartes attempt to prove God's existence from the quality of the idea of God? 8. What is the significance of Descartes's belief that the idea of God cannot be separated from the idea of his existence? Do you think Descartes's proof of God is valid? **end of study guide**...
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