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Unformatted text preview: 2. Descartes demonstrates that God exists by reasoning that nature is more perfect than him and it posses all the perfections in which he could form an idea and in one word that would be God. Next, he concluded that since he was not perfect that he was not the only being in existence because, if he had existed alone, he would be able to posses all the perfections that he found in God. Since he was not perfect, he does not exist alone and therefore God had to exist....
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- Fall '08