Give the subject of each of the three arguments and then set out one of these three arguments in detail in argument form (so, you will list (name) all three arguments but present one of the arguments in premise/conclusion form).


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Descartes adopts the skeptic′s position, for the sake of argument, in his attempt to prove that there is knowledge. As he begins his project, Descartes uses three ″tools″ (or, arguments) in support of his adopted position (that is, to set up the skeptic′s position). Give the subject of each of the three arguments and then set out one of these three arguments in detail in argument form (so, you will list (name) all three arguments but present one of the arguments in premise/conclusion form). Please note – the three tools/arguments are not the headings (or subjects) of the three meditations you were to read.

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