## Can we ever be certain about anything Descartes?

# Can we ever be certain about anything Descartes?

Contents

- 1 Can we ever be certain about anything Descartes?
- 2 What is Rene Descartes famous catchphrase?
- 3 How does the matrix relate to Descartes?
- 4 What is the Matrix theory?
- 5 What does the matrix represent?
- 6 Where is matrix used in real life?
- 7 What does Zion represent in the Matrix?
- 8 What is the Matrix a metaphor for?
- 9 Why is Lilly Wachowski not doing Matrix 4?
- 10 Does Morpheus die?
- 11 Who created The Matrix?
- 12 Do we live in the Matrix?
- 13 Where did matrices originate from?
- 14 Who is the leader of the machines in the Matrix?
- 15 What does deus ex machina mean?
- 16 What is the machine world in the Matrix?
- 17 Why is Neo so powerful?
- 18 What is Neo’s goal in the Matrix?
- 19 Is the Matrix post apocalyptic?

## Can we ever be certain about anything Descartes?

From here Descartes sets out to find something that lies beyond all doubt. He eventually discovers that I exist is impossible to doubt and is, therefore, absolutely certain. It is from this point that Descartes proceeds to demonstrate God’s existence and that God cannot be a deceiver.

## What is Rene Descartes famous catchphrase?

Cogito ergo sum. (I think, therefore I am.) If you would be a real seeker after truth, it is necessary that at least once in your life you doubt, as far as possible, all things. I suppose therefore that all things I see are illusions; I believe that nothing has ever existed of everything my lying memory tells me.

## How does the matrix relate to Descartes?

The Matrix is based on a philosophical question posed by the 17th Century French philosopher and mathematician Ren Descartes. One of Descartes’s most important theses was intellectual autonomy, or the ability to think for oneself. For Descartes, this entails not just having a good mind, but also applying it well.

## What is the Matrix theory?

Matrix theory is a branch of mathematics which is focused on study of matrices. Initially, it was a sub-branch of linear algebra, but soon it grew to cover subjects related to graph theory, algebra, combinatorics and statistics as well.

## What does the matrix represent?

The Matrix represents a system of control that operates completely in the mind. As a complex, machine-driven program, it appropriates any personal, political, or ideological leanings and renders them wholly false. It allows illusions but no action.

## Where is matrix used in real life?

They are used for plotting graphs, statistics and also to do scientific studies and research in almost different fields. Matrices are also used in representing the real world data’s like the population of people, infant mortality rate, etc. They are best representation methods for plotting surveys.

## What does Zion represent in the Matrix?

Stephen Faller writes in Beyond the Matrix that Christianity is the most dominant religious theme in the Matrix films and that “Zion is biblically regarded as the city of God”.

## What is the Matrix a metaphor for?

The Matrix films are about being transgender, the trilogy’s co-director says. “That was the original intention but the world wasn’t quite ready,” says Lilly Wachowski, who came out as trans along with her sister Lana after the films came out.

## Why is Lilly Wachowski not doing Matrix 4?

Lilly Wachowski was not involved with the film due to work on the Showtime series Work in Progress, but gave her blessing to those involved to come up with a story even “better than the original.”

## Does Morpheus die?

Morpheus escapes the treatment facility; however, upon his leaving, the Assassin bends the code of the Matrix and emerges from a vent in the wall. Morpheus is caught off-guard and is unable to dodge the Assassin’s bullets. He dies from gunshot wounds.

## Who created The Matrix?

filmmaker Lilly Wachowski

## Do we live in the Matrix?

Several physicists, cosmologists and technologists are now happy to entertain the idea that we are all living inside a gigantic computer simulation, experiencing a Matrix-style virtual world that we mistakenly think is real. Our instincts rebel, of course. It all feels too real to be a simulation.

## Where did matrices originate from?

The term matrix was introduced by the 19th-century English mathematician James Sylvester, but it was his friend the mathematician Arthur Cayley who developed the algebraic aspect of matrices in two papers in the 1850s.

## Who is the leader of the machines in the Matrix?

Deus Ex Machina

## What does deus ex machina mean?

Deus ex Machina is now the phrase used to describe any situation where something unexpected or implausible is brought in to the story line to resolve situations or disentangle a plot. The resolution could come from a new character, device, or event. Euripides was the most notable user of the Deus ex Machina.

## What is the machine world in the Matrix?

This “new world” was the world of the Matrix starting with the Paradise Matrix. A neural-interactive program, a computer simulation designed to fool the minds of the humans into believing that they were living in their “normal” world which they presumably erased the memory of their former lives.

## Why is Neo so powerful?

Neo has carried, since his conception, the Matrix’s source code known as the Prime Program. This gives him the ability to freely manipulate the simulated reality of the Matrix, similar to the authority a system administrator has over a given system. He manifests these abilities as various superhuman powers.

## What is Neo’s goal in the Matrix?

Neo is the character that appears at night, he works as a hacker to earn some extra money. His only goal is to find out who Morpheus and what the Matrix is. Neo is more courageous and risks more than his other ego. He wants to know everything about the Matrix and tries to learn everything he can.

## Is the Matrix post apocalyptic?

The world as he knows it – and everyone else knows it, for that matter – is a virtual-reality simulation called the Matrix, whereas in actual reality, the earth is a post-apocalyptic wasteland.