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Describe the difference between Descartes' and Locke's theories of how we acquire knowledge of the external world. Which view is more plausible, and

Describe the difference between Descartes' and Locke's theories of how we acquire knowledge of the external world. Which view is more plausible, and why?

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Descarte believe that knowledge could be acquired through any sources, any particular place or environment can't mark of... View the full answer

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