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Antonia LoLordo
University of Virginia
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This is about Gassendi's 5th Objections to the Meditations and Descartes' Reply. The main issue is what clear and distinct perception consists in and whether we need a criterion in order to know if we perceive something clearly and distinctly.
Keywords descartes  gassendi  meditations  clear and distinct perception  skepticism  scepticism
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