Whose mind is better? Contrast Descartes’s view of the mind with that of Hobbes. Consider their accounts of thinking, imagining, dreaming, and willing.
This is a great question! There is no definitive answer, as both philosophers deal with theories of the existence. Certain modern-day philosophers lean toward Descartes, while others view the mind and existence in a way that is more relevant to Hobbes's arguments—ultimately, it comes down to how one perceives the mind and living creatures.
Descartes is recognized predominately for his theory "Cogito, ergo sum ," which translates to "I think, therefore I am." In other words, the...
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