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The limitations of faith for Descartes include the following. First, Descartes in the Meditations wonders that everything he has ever been taught must “be put into doubt” (1). The limitations of reason for Descartes is whether or not we can use reason to find “indubitable truth” and discover clear and distinct ideas. Indubitable truth is truth that cannot be doubted. Clear and distinct ideas follow from the certainty that comes from indubitable truth. If truth cannot be absolutely known to be certain, then clear and distinct ideas are not possible....