Who said, "I think, therefore I am"?
- René Descartes
Descartes was a man ahead of his time. “Cogito ergo sum," the Latin translation of "I think therefore I am," was first seen in Descartes' book "Meditations on First Philosophy." During one particular tangent in the book, Descartes says that everything he has ever believed in is a lie and nothing exists. It sounds harsh. However, if you can question your existence then that means you can think and if you can think then you exist. I think. Therefore, I am. Source: UnEnlightened English
- William Shakespeare
- Leonardo da Vinci