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With both, we start from inside the mind and content apprehension; we then test for resemblance (“matching”) between the contents and worldly objects (the satisfying “denotations”). In indexed-content theories, we amend the mechanism by injecting into the insegregative contents discerning parameters. We serve ourselves de facto to what is de jure taboo information on the classical view, namely the causal process by which the content arose historically in my mind. This is a fact that, speaking de jure, is merely accidental on the classical view.
Objective being in the intellect” will not here mean “the determination of an act of the intellect by means of an object,” but will signify the object’s being in the intellect in the way in which its objects are normally there. By this I mean that the idea of the sun is the sun itself existing in the intellect—not formally existing, of course, as it does in the heavens, but objectively existing, that is, in the way in which objects normally are in the intellect. Now this mode of being is, of course, much less perfect than that possessed by things which exist outside the intellect; but, as I did explain, it is not therefore simply nothing.
So our prime interest here is thinking-bound—what kind of fact our premise fact I think of God is and what it reveals about thinking. But I will not resist commenting on the conclusion he draws from this fact, the cosmic consequent-fact of God’s existing. t hi n k in g a bo ut go d 49 Let us suppose, for a moment, that Descartes’ modus ponens arguments did work and their consequents were actually true. After all, there are other arguments of this type of structure that do preserve truth; for example, I think of the sun (true); If I think of the sun, then the sun exists (true-by-Descartes’-lights); therefore, the sun exists.