Are the senses trustworthy on account of descartes philosophy?

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René Descartes was born to Joachim Descartes and Jeanne ... argued that since the senses sometimes ... Classic account of Descartes’ philosophy in ...
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Positive: 66 %
Should we regard Descartes' account as a version of ... from sense impressions. Descartes' idea of the ... in Descartes: Philosophy, ...
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Plato: Descartes: Justification is by reason rather than by the senses. ... but only after establishing a priori that they are more or less trustworthy; ...
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Summary of Descartes' Meditations on First Philosophy ... Therefore corporeal things exist. My senses might mislead me about the details, ...
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Meditations on First Philosophy ... and emotions in it and on account of ... it which is said to contain the ‘common sense’. [Descartes is referring to ...
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Positive: 47 %
René Descartes: The Mind-Body Distinction. ... Meditations on First Philosophy, Descartes states that his ... account, it makes no sense to ask how the ...
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