Review Questions For Descartes Meditation 2 Part 1

Meditation Two

  1. With what resolution does Descartes begin Meditation Two?
  2. In Meditation Two Descartes claims to arrive at a proposition which "is necessarily true every time I utter it or conceive it in my mind." What is this proposition?
  3. Reconstruct, as best you can using your own words, the argument Descartes gives in Meditation Two for this "necessarily true" proposition.
  4. What conclusion does Descartes draw about his own nature, and how does he draw it?
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