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Refer to Descartes`, Meditations on First Philosophy, when addressing all three parts of the question below.
(1) Why doesnâ€™t Descartes simply determine what`s real by looking around him and use his sense experience? (2) In Meditation II, Descartes states, "I am; I exist - this is certain." Explain why Descartes claims that his knowledge here about this cannot be doubted? (3) What is the nature of the "I" for Descartes and why doesn`t it refer to the physical body of Descartes?
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