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6 August, 04:38

What method did Descartes propose, and what relationship does he see he between experience and knowledge?

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  1. 6 August, 05:20
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    In 1637, Descartes in his publication "Method of Rightly Conducting the Reason", proposed the Cartesian Method, where he recommends that so as to be completely certain that whatever we accept is genuinely true, we must first consciously reject all every firmly held but debatable beliefs we have acquired beforehand by experience and education.

    On the relationship between experience and knowledge, Descartes assets that only that which is clearly perceived without doubts can furnish knowledge. To him, such things as experience and arbitrary judgement cannot furnish knowledge.
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