Descartes (Mind-Body)

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Descartes holds that the mind is distinct from the body. Which important arguments does he adduce in support of this distinction? What are some of the consequences of this distinction? (Concentrate on "I think, therefore I am."  The consequences deal with the distinction between body and mind, and the nature of consciousness: what do we know directly and indirectly, etc.)

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