Describe Descartes stages of systematic doubt. What occurs in each stage of the systematic doubt? Give examples of each sgtage. What does it mean for the doubt to be exaggerated? What conclusion does Descartes reach that cannot be doubted? Is Descartes reasoning sound or unsound? Explain why or why not. 3 pages.

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Descartes introduced a three staged method of discerning what is true from what is false. It is his opinion that some of the opinions that people hold need to be tested through doubting. He therefore formulated a way that doubting can lead to establishment of the truth. This therefore means that if doubting does not go contrary to the existing opinions, then such opinions are confirmed as the truth. This text will evaluate the three stages of Descartes’ postulation on doubt. Examples will also be provided to validate or refute the position that...

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