Thoughts on “God, Human Memory and the Certainty of Geometry” by Marc Champagne

The Cartesian Claim and the Reproof It seems to me that Mr. Champagne has thoroughly buried Descartes’ claim that an atheist cannot know geometry. However, because the paper remains on a superficial level of insight into the situation, the independent existence of God, whether believed in or not, remains a necessary condition. Thus the claim… Continue reading Thoughts on “God, Human Memory and the Certainty of Geometry” by Marc Champagne