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All Possible Doubt and Descartes February 22, 2007

Posted by Steve in philosophy.
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There is nothing that can be proven beyond all possible doubt, for all-possible doubt includes unreasonable doubt, and without reason, the concept of proof is meaningless.

The rl world is full of mental hospitals that hold people who believe they don’t exist. Try to use Descartes’ reasoning with them. See if it convinces them of their own existence.

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