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Australian Notes

Australian notes

Let’s be a lot more sceptical towards China

21 March 2020

9:00 AM

21 March 2020

9:00 AM

Nearly 400 years ago the French rationalist and philosopher, René Descartes, invited us to always suppose that everything we thought we knew was, in reality, false; and that all we thought was true was an illusion created by ‘an evil genius’ whose sole purpose was to deceive and mislead us and to convince us of the truth of all that was untrue.

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