Why Descartes provided the theory of nature of human error
The aim of the Descartes fourth meditation is to deal with a problem that arises within him because of his conception of God as perfect and hence as all-good. The problem is how to explain why a perfect, all-good God allows error. There is no explicit reference to what is usually called the “problem of evil” in the society-how God tolerates evil and allows people to damn themselves-it is obvious that the problem of evil that Descartes addresses is of major concern to the any given society.
According to Descartes, many people believe that making mistakes is just of