Unformatted text preview: definite touch with concrete facts and joys and sorrows.” Rest of the argument: a. The universe is wide open b. Rationalism creates closed system c. Rationalism is too removed from world – Leibniz Empiricism is too strong in its rejection of religion. Hence: Pragmatism. Descartes is not a skeptic. He used skepticism to arrive at the idea of the cogito, and then proceeded with reason from there. Write a Dialogue between Descartes, Hume and James, on the possibility of free will....
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