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The Existence of the External World
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Do the objects that we perceive though our senses exist autonomously, independent of the mind that perceives them? Three and a half centuries have gone by without a universally acceptable solution. Jean-René Vernes shows that this failure results from the fundamental error in classical thinking, which identifies reason with determinant reason alone

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
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  1. TABLE OF CONTENTS
  2. pp. vii-xi
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  1. FOREWORD
  2. pp. 1-2
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  1. INTRODUCTION
  2. pp. 3-7
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  1. CHAPTER ONE: THE CARTESIAN REVOLUTION
  2. pp. 9-18
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  1. CHAPTER TWO: THE COPERNICAN REVOLUTION IN PHILOSOPHY
  2. pp. 19-26
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  1. CHAPTER THREE: THE FOUNDATIONS OF PROBABILITY THEORY
  2. pp. 27-38
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  1. CHAPTER FOUR: THE NATURE OF EXPLANATION
  2. pp. 39-49
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  1. CHAPTER FIVE: THE EXISTENCE OF THE EXTERNAL WORLD
  2. pp. 51-64
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  1. CHAPTER SIX: THE PRINCIPLE OF SUFFICIENT REASON
  2. pp. 65-72
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  1. CHAPTER SEVEN: THE SECOND REVOLUTION IN METAPHYSICS
  2. pp. 73-88
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  1. CHAPTER EIGHT: THE EXISTENCE OF MATTER
  2. pp. 89-97
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  1. CONCLUSION
  2. pp. 99-101
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  1. INDEX OF NAMES
  2. p. 103
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