René Descartes Essay | Reaction to the Concept of Descartes

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Reaction to the Concept of Descartes

Summary: The following provides a reaction on Descartes' concept.
On his first concept, he wants to prove our existence in this world. I mean, existence in a sense that tayo ay tunay, buhay at totoo. We have these three characteristics because we can see, hear, taste, feel and especially we think. We gain knowledge through thinking. For him, existence is the foundation of knowledge itself. For without the one who exists, no knowledge is possible at all. Therefore, we exist.

In my own interpretation, what he meant by "to doubt" is simply "to think." When we doubt, we think deeply; we analyze. And this is the true meaning of existence - seeking for knowledge. For without thinking and without knowledge, we are nothing. It's like we're dead. Inutil baga; walang silbi. For example, the poor people who will be voting for FPJ. They don't even try to study what can FPJ do to...

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