"The first rule was never to accept anything as true unless I recognized it to be evident [...]
The second was to divide each of the difficulties which I encountered into as many parts as possible, and as might be required for an easier solution.
The third was to think in an orderly fashion, beginning with the things which were simplest and easiest to understand, and gradually and by degrees reaching toward more complex knowledge, even treating as though ordered materials which were not necessarily so.
The last was always to make enumerations so complete, and reviews so general, that I would be certain that nothing was omitted."
Descartes, Discourse of the method, 1637.
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