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Which idea did Descartes contribute to the Scientific Revolution? The nature of God could be analyzed as a machine. Given the choice between two theories, the simpler one is usually correct.
Logic and mathematics could figure out the uncertainties of existence. Individual consciousness is the only thing that never changes in a changing world.
Logic and mathematics could figure out the uncertainties of existence.-idea did Descartes contribute to the Scientific Revolution
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