Discardings

By | November 19, 2014

Known as the doubt ' ' hiperblica' ' the philosopher places suspended all its opinions acquired until the moment. As Scribano (2007) the argument to be valid is always volunteer (part of the will and does not have plea), however inapropriada in believing it for the directions, for example, when placing a baton on the water we could affirm that it is broken and with this the truth idea would be in the affirmation where was constructed through the experience, not in its statement (logical deduction). What it happened is that, the baton was not broken before much less placing it in the water inside of the water. this if disclosed for Discardings as a deceit in accepting something as true gotten by the directions, therefore the baton would not be broken in fact, would only be an image reflected in the water for something distorted of the reality. Then, the lined up will something true would be submitted to an only case, the reason (mathematical truths). The relations where they do not present contradictions (distortions of the reality), for example, when thinking on how much he is two more three, consequently we would imagine five, without to doubt. On the other hand, the will not being projected in the rational direction of the search for the truth in fact, would serve as form to deny or to suspend the judgment (to doubt the things) and would be free to affirm or to deny any thing doubtful. Over all, exactly being false an argument that we imagined to be true, this would not be based on the reason, but, in information that the directions had deceived in them. Thus, the cartesian doubt is the result of the truth found for the reason, the exempt knowledge of any plea or doubt that comes to knock down it, the relation of the information is projected for the free agreement of any hypothesis that comes to be doubted.


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