Unformatted text preview: that always manages to get into my mouth, smell the difference as my skin becomes clean. There is also an innate knowledge that I exist. Each and every person knows that they exist. It is just a fact. We all exist. We are all real. We all know of our own existence. The most difficult way of knowing that I do indeed exist is that of intuition. Perhaps this is because intuition is not something that one can easily explain. I just know that I am real. It’s not something that one can question—it is just true. I don’t have to think about it—“Are you real?” “Yes.” No question in the matter. What it comes down to is that a combination on authority, empiricism, innatism, and intuition all lead me to the conclusion that I am really real. The fact that I am sitting here, writing this response only serves to affirm this conclusion. The fact that you are reading this response confirms it further. I am real: fact....
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- Spring '09
- Epistemology, Reality, Elizabeth Spartas