carlos Striker
carlos Striker thanked Tom Jackson's answer

And then there is this:  Neuroscientist - neurologist,  Antonio R Damasio's book Descartes' Error, clearly points out that neuroscience today has reasoned that Descartes was wrong and that "I feel; therefore I am" is far more distinctive in its description of the human condition.

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carlos Striker
carlos Striker thanked Perry Nuttal's answer

All senses come from the brain. "I think therefore I am" is what Descartes concluded,  however "I feel therefore you are"  isn't necessarily true, because most people deem the existence of another through more than one sense, people in dreams can feel very real, and in order to deem the existence of another you first … Read more