Philosophy test 2 and stuff

Philosophy test 2 and stuff - Philosophy Test 2 1)...

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Philosophy Test 2 1) Influences on Descartes a) The geometric or deductive approach i) Forms a shape of philosophy based on math ii) Basic maximums , hopefully known iii) And deducing other answers from theorems iv) Descries of math and science to a certain extent of where can b) The “mechanical” view of nature (plants and animals producible by the world) i) A “natural” view of the world ii) A false view created by contemporary physics iii) Has a precise scientific outlook in nature and has predictive power iv) A very cause and effect type of view c) The significance of religious language and thought as found in theism i) Takes the nature of soul as being separate from the body ii) Scientific world with a spiritual view (1)What does he have to do to make all 3 of the influences work? 2) Descartes Dilemma a) Because you are human there will be times when you want to be absolutely certain about i) Because I am human I want to be certain about some things before I start (be sure where he begins) ii) How can a human being be absolutely certain if he is fallible
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