René Descartes: Meditations on First Philosophy (1641)
Descartes’s Meditations is one of the most important works in the rationalist tradition of philosophy. Rationalism is characterised by a belief that all the major problems of philosophy — and perhaps all the major intellectual problems of the world, full stop — can be answered by the application of rational thought alone.
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