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The problem of evil suggests that which if the following cannot be true? User: The most obvious result of Descartes distinguishing the mind from the body is what?
Weegy: It has been suggested that Descartes's dualism, his distinction between mind and body, flatens the chain to just two links. But this is clearly not the case. [ There is, at the least, the distinction between ininite and finite substance; among finite s ubstances souls are presumably higher on the Chain than bodies; and then below bodies, one has modes and accidents. Even such an abbreviated Chain of Being is sufficient for the purposes of Descartes' proof for the existence of God. ] (More)
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