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- Meditations on first philosophy: meditation II (of the nature of the human mind; and that it is more easily known than the body)
- Descartes, René
- Educação Superior::Ciências Humanas::Filosofia
- The meditations are a central work of early modern philosophy, and play a crucial role in the conceptual development of basic perspectives and problems in the western tradition, including substance dualism, external world skepticism, and the modern notion of the subject
- Educação Superior::Ciências Humanas::Filosofia::Metafísica
- René Descartes
- The aim of this audio is show Descartes ideias about the nature of the human spirit, looking for a first one: "I am, I exist." Your thoughts are placed from that statement, where he states that we exist, but does the world we live in is real or dream? How will I know if I believe that everyday I live is real or dream?
- Running time 00:28:39. Read by: D.E. Wittkower
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