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Substance Knowledge Self Descarte s Good, No changes Uses ontological argument to prove the existence of God through clear and distinct ideas, Then goes on to use the existence of God to ground clear and distinct ideas. (Cartesian circle) Good, No Changes Spinoza God or Nature Codependen ce of all things in the universe leads to the idea of one substance. Aseity (God is uncaused) Three levels of knowledge Opinion Reason/sci ence deducti ve Intuition Intuition or the intellectual love of God [from the view of eternity] What is most real is what Is a- temporal (highest level of knowledge) There is no soul We are as wave on an ocean When we die we subside back into the ocean (this is my interpretation of his view)) therefore self does not exist as we are simply parts of the God substance
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Locke Substance is, “that which stands under” We cannot have knowledge of substances in themselves, only the ideas they support. The
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2010 for the course PHL 202 taught by Professor Kelley during the Spring '10 term at Bradley.

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