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What is systematic doubt, according to Descartes?

What is systematic doubt, according to Descartes?

a.The belief that any idea that can be doubted is actually false

b.A method for separating ideas that are known from ideas that are not known

c.The belief that any idea that can be doubted is unimportant

d.All of the above

e.None of the above

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a.The belief that any idea... View the full answer

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