Substance Dualism - Philosophy Of The Mind

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1. The Argument From Clear & Distinct Ideas is......

  • I can't have clear and distinct ideas as they do no exist
  • I can clearly and distinctly concieve of myself as a mind existing seperately from my body
  • I can't have clear and distinct ideas as they come from God
  • I can't have clear and distinct ideas but Descartes provides no reason why
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2. Substance Dualism is a reductive theory of the mind. True or False?

  • False
  • True

3. The Argument From Doubt is....

  • I can doubt everything, nothing is possible
  • I can doubt my mind eists, but not my body
  • I can doubt my body exists, but not my mind
  • I can doubt nothing, everything is possible

4. One is the argument from....

  • Brain
  • Doubt
  • Mind
  • Entities

5. Descartes believes consciousness....

  • Does not occur
  • Descatres doesn't mention consciousness
  • has no need to havve an explaination as it's a basic feature of the mind
  • is a seperate entitiy from the brain, it needs to be kept healthy through reasoning (which takes part in the soul)

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