Descartes Discourse Method

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Descartes, A discourse on the method, 1637 coincides with the authors argument the although Descartes was taught at the best school in England he left without feeling intellectually accomplished, that he instead had doubts which reviled to him how ignorant he was. That Descartes believing he was ignorant in order to gain knowledge created a method that could establish absolute truth if only for himself as although he can try to show others what he believes they have to come to an agreement with it in order to internalize it. In this method Descartes would disregard his senses and use logic.
Descartes decided that he would not accept everything he was told to be true nor would he trust what he perceived to be true because he, like everyone else,
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