Rene Descartes is widely known as the father of the modern philosophy due to his contribution to the theory of knowledge such as his focus on epistemological famous work. He capitalized on the usage of immediate perceptions such as clear and distinct to that people can either be clearly or at the same time, distinctly perceive. The difference between direct perception and the experience is that. Immediate perception of ideas is concerned with the nature of the perceptual experience and how they relate to the beliefs about the knowledge of the world. Experience is the awareness of a subject through involvement or exposure. It can be regarded as the knowledge that can result to actual observation or what has undergone. The two account are much difference because of the nature of the experience that relates to the belief about knowledge. This remains to be the main difference between the two accounts (Descartes, Cottingham, Stoothoff & Murdoch, 2001).
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