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There is a phrase in Descartes 2nd Meditation ... "this I whom I know" can you explain to me in what way sensation is involved in this phrase? Thank you for your time.

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<br>the 2nd meditation is tough to wrap one's brain around, because it forces us into a really difficult thought experiment. Recall that D. is doubting everything in the effort to reach certainty, to reach one thing that can't be doubted. If you've taken logic, you understand is approach is an ...

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Descartes' 2nd Meditation is evaluated thoroughly.

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