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When the will affirms, what makes it correct or incorrect?
To be correct is to affirm those of the intellect’s representions which are correct.
Objection: The intellect is not supposed to be capable of error.
To be correct is to affirm those of the intellect’s representions which are clear and distinct.
‘What is meant by a clear perception
I call a perception 'clear' when it is present and accessible to the attentive mind - just as we say that we see something clearly when it is present to the eye's gaze and stimulates it with a sufficient degree of strength and accessibility.
Descates (Principles of Philosophy)
‘Whatever I perceive very clearly and distinctly is true’