How Do We Know if the World Around Us Really Exists?

An Essay on the Eternally Recurring Problem of Scepticism

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It is impressively easy to generate scepticism about the world around us, and inject doubt into almost every aspect of what we perceive and thus believe to be the external world. However, it is of utmost importance that we resolve what Descartes saw as the: “disease of…

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