On 'Cogito Ergo Sum'
If this statement means that the only thing I can know to be true is that I exist, then that means I don't know if the reasoning used to deduce this statement is logically sound.
What evidence do we have that our reasoning is to be believed? The only reason that we trust our reasoning is because have reasoned that it is trustworthy. We trust our reasoning because we trust our reasoning.
I know that I came to this conclusion with the same human logic as cogito ergo sum, so this conclusion must be equally invalid.
Humans are imperfect->humans 'invented' logic-> logic is not necessarily perfect.
"I do not know if I know anything."
Please fix any broken logic I have, or point me in the direction of relevant articles on how my thinking was outdone hundreds of years ago.