Plato & Descartes/On Philosophy

of life, which is the nature of reality, and in either case, this leads the philosopher in question to consider the existence of God and the immorality of the

Descartes Proof For The Existence Of God

He discusses this in terms of its truth even in the face of the omnipotent, evil demon (Descartes, 1995). He basically says that the demon cannot make him nothing as

Rene Descartes/ The Evil Demon

is still whole. This train of thought, in turn, caused him to postulate that he might have been deceived by some "evil genius," who influenced his senses to provide

Descartes’ Deductive Reasoning, Definitions and Principles Used to Argue the Existence of God

of the idea of God (also infinite reality) and therefore God exists. His stepped process of deductive reasoning begins with the assumption "Ex

Source of Knowledge: Aristotle and Descartes

old, and nature is not static. The natural world changes and evolves, as does knowledge. Forms are important for the definition that

Benjamin's Argument Against Descartes

reality. This system of checks and balances helps to equalize what man truly knows and that which he thinks he knows, serving as "forever an inherent aspiration of the


is real. If it were not, it would not hold up my body". According to Descartes a human being used his facilities to gain knowledge of his own world. No

The Philosophy of Descartes and the Idea of Reality

may be seen as a result of both his own intellect and also facilitated by his education. Rene Descartes was born in 1596 in La Haye, which has now had

Dualism and Descartes

is still seen today. Despite Zoroasters supposed assertions that the Supreme Deity is one, known as Ahura Mazda, Zoroastrianism soon incorporated a dualistic system of deities who were engaged in

National Philosophy Day: Plato, Descartes and Wittgenstein on Proving God

machine was activated and the first man to step for was Plato. Looking at the surroundings with great bewilderment, Grier related the story of his progression into the present,


But before comparing and contrasting these two philosophies, it would be a good idea to define them both.


strove to sort out what was real and what was unsubstantiated common thought. But he went beyond the proving of this with his quest to understand that mechanism by which

Plato, Descartes And Camus: Philosophy And The Good Life

wonder, then, that Descartes had no kind regard for those things that were based solely in philosophical superstition or folly, inasmuch as his contention was that the only things worthy

Descartes and Siddhartha/A Comparison

spiritual realm and the physical realm can never be completely separated. Descartes addresses the spiritual realm in his speculations as to the way in which God interacts with his

Rene Descartes/Meditation III

thing that thinks" (Descartes, 2001). He affirms that he is a thinking being who is capable of doubt and affirmation, denial and knowledge. He is certain that he thinks and