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PRELIMINARY EXPLANATIONS ON THE NATURE
THE ARGUMENT WITH CEPHALUS
THE ARGUMENT WITH THRASYMACHUS
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According answer argu assert assume assumption attentively awake believe believe attentively cause certain certainty clear and distinct clearly and distinctly concept conclusion consequences consistent contingent correct corrigible criterion deceived deduce define definition Descartes doubt dream argument entails evidence evil demon example exist experience fact false father feel follows formal four sides give given God's greater Hence human idea imply impossible incorrigible interest intuition James judgment kind know incorrigibly knowledge known least logically material objects matter means memory mind mistaken namely nature necessarily true necessary never notion object observation occur ontological option pain perceiving perceptual proposition person philosophical Plato possible practical pragmatic premises present principle problem proposition prove question reality reason seems sense sentence sort square sufficient suppose supremely perfect tell theory thing tion truth understand verified