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René Descartes Quote: “Let whoever can do so deceive me, he will never bring it about that I am nothing, so long as I continue to think I am something.”
René Descartes Quote: “Neither divine grace nor natural knowledge ever diminishes freedom.”
René Descartes Quote: “I am indeed amazed when I consider how weak my mind is and how prone to error.”
René Descartes Quote: “Variant: When it is not in our power to follow what is true, we ought to follow what is most probable.”
René Descartes Quote: “I hope that posterity will judge me kindly, not only as to the things which I have explained, but also to those which I have intentionally omitted so as to leave to others the pleasure of discovery.”
René Descartes Quote: “There is nothing so strange and so unbelievable that it has not been said by one philosopher or another.”
René Descartes Quote: “The mind effortlessly and automatically takes in new ideas, which remain in limbo until verified or rejected by conscious, rational analysis.”
René Descartes Quote: “At last I will devote myself sincerely and without reservation to the general demolition of my opinions.”
René Descartes Quote: “Sensations are nothing but confused modes of thinking.”
René Descartes Quote: “Desire awakens only to things that are thought possible.”
René Descartes Quote: “Instead I ought to be grateful to Him who never owed me anything for having been so generous to me, rather than think that He deprived me of those things or has taken away from me whatever He did not give me.”
René Descartes Quote: “And as it is the most generous souls who have most gratitude, it is those who have most pride, and who are most base and infirm, who most allow themselves to be carried away by anger and hatred.”
René Descartes Quote: “In the matter of a difficult question it is more likely that the truth should have been discovered by the few than by the many.”
René Descartes Quote: “The nature of matter, or body considered in general, consists not in its being something which is hard or heavy or coloured, or which affects the senses in any way, but simply in its being something which is extended in length, breadth and depth.”
René Descartes Quote: “Hence reason also demands that, since our thoughts cannot all be true because we are not wholly perfect, what truth they do possess must inevitably be found in the thoughts we have when awake, rather than in our dreams.”
René Descartes Quote: “It is to the body alone that we should attribute everything that can be observed in us to oppose our reason.”
René Descartes Quote: “But I cannot forget that, at other times I have been deceived in sleep by similar illusions; and, attentively considering those cases, I perceive so clearly that there exist no certain marks by which the state of waking can ever be distinguished from sleep, that I feel greatly astonished; and in amazement I almost persuade myself that I am now dreaming.”
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