Ideas from 'Letters to Mersenne' by René Descartes [1640], by Theme Structure

[found in 'Philosophical Essays and Correspondence' by Descartes,René (ed/tr Ariew,Roger) [Hackett 2000,0-87220-502-9]].

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1. Philosophy / G. Scientific Philosophy / 3. Scientism
My Meditations are the complete foundation of my physics
3. Truth / A. Truth Problems / 2. Defining Truth
Truth is such a transcendentally clear notion that it cannot be further defined
29. Religion / E. Immortality / 2. Soul
I can't prove the soul is indestructible, only that it is separate from the mortal body