We continue "Objections Urged by Certain Men of Learning against the Preceding Meditations; with the Author's Replies" with the third set of objections.
This set is between Hobbes (!) and Descartes and covers each of the six Meditations. The translator in the below link, Jonathan Bennett, inter-weaves the objections and replies in a way that can be read as "The Great Hobbes - Descartes Debate."
Come hear two very different thinkers come up with different answers to the same questions. Or maybe not.
Can two brilliant minds have a conversation without driving each other crazy?
The Objections are available here:
Familiarity with the "Meditations" is helpful but not necessary. Newcomers to Descartes are welcome.