# Someone just viewed: Fwd: Someone just viewed: Fwd: Someone just viewed: Fwd: Someone just viewed: Dream ar gument From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Dream of Life, by unknown Mannerist painter, ca. 1533 The dream argumen t is the postulation that the act of dreaming provides preliminary evidence that the senses we trust to distinguish real ity from illusion should not be fully trusted, and therefore, any state that is dependent on our senses should at the ve ry least be carefully examined and rigorously tested to determine whether it is in fact reality. Contents 1 Synopsis 2 H utton’s paradox 3 Simulated reality 4 Critical discussion 5 See also 6 Notes 7 References Synopsis Engraving of Descarte s Part of a series on René Descartes Cartesianism · Rationalism Foundationalism Doubt and certaint y Dream argument Co gito er go sum Trademark argument Causal ad equacy principle Mind–body dichotomy Analytic geometry Coordinate system C artesian circle · Folium Rule of signs · Car

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AND – IT ALSO SEEMS THAT I STOOK IN 7 COURES ON HUMANITIES AT IIT A COUSRE CALED PHISLIOSHY AND I EVEN GOT A PASSING GRADE IN IT

OR SO IT SEEMS

MISS KAFKA – HELLO AND WHERE IS YOUR HERO – HE INTO PHILSOPHSOY TOO IT SEEMS

OR DID ME GET THAT WRONG MISS KAFKA ?

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