Renée Descartes meditations 1 and 2, existence
By the end of the 2nd meditation, Descartes believes that it is certain (or indubitable) that he himself, taken as a thinking thing, exists. How does Descartes arrive at this belief of his? And is Descartes justified in holding this belief? Argue that Descartes is justified in holding this belief. In writing your paper you should refer to, and engage with, what Descartes says in both the 1st and 2nd meditations.
Please note essay should be structured as argument, first part containing a thesis, Second part of paper think of what person would say when objecting to your view, and refute the argument. Third part explain why my view is the best, when compared to the other views.
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