My attempts so far:
Descartes, being a rationalist, used "cogito, ergo sum" to lead to the concept of innate ideas.
Hume, being a
radicalempiricist, believed in experience based epistemology.
Kant reconciled both by the Copernican Revolution by propounding a theory of levels of formation of knowledge.
But I think that I'm connecting the implication of "cogito, ergo sum" very remotely and mainly explaining rationalism vs empiricism and their reconciliation.
Any direct implications?
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