Be careful when reading
Rene Descartes
as it might have something to do with thinking...

René Descartes (March 31, 1596 – February 11, 1650).

French philosopher, mathematician, scientist, and writer.

Most remembered for his search for irrefutable truth in "Meditations on First Philosophy", published in 1641, wherein he stated "I pay...therefore, I am" proving that reality is essentially a commodity. By methodically showing the unreliability of his experience and senses to convey true reality, Descartes argues that the only truth he can truly know, in his gut, is that he can pay for the reality he wants to experience and sense.

Known as the "Founder of Modern Philosophy" and the "Father of Modern Mathematics" and the "Beginner of Solipsistic Spending".

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