Descartes says that judgments about his own thoughts are entirely unproblematic; the contents of his mental states are clear to him, meaning that he can clearly tell what his own beliefs are. Is one more convincing than the other?
In this paper I will discuss what Descartes provided as a proof for existence of God Basically the premise is based on a more general one that, it is not possible for something to come from nothing.
Within meditation one Descartes subjects all of his beliefs regarding sensory data and even existence to the strongest and most hyperbolic of doubts Descartes acknowledges of being doubtful of bodily things but is absolutely assured that he exists and he clearly and distinctly perceives this fact.
His next idea is that he has always existed, that idea is trumped as quickly as it was made because Descartes is aware that he has parents that existed before him that gave birth to him, Descartes, Pg.
The idea of….