Hume

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Philosophy

 

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Stephanie C

 

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December 30, 2015

 

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Empiricism is the notion that all knowledge comes from experience. Skepticism is the practice of not believing things in nature a priori, but instead investigating things to discover what is really true. Hume does not believe that all a posteriori knowledge is useful, too. He believes "all experience is useless unless predictive knowledge is possible...
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He feels that to make a judgment before the actual experience of it, is simply undependable. To further understand this let us look at Hume's distinction between cause and effect. Hume believes that cause and effect are two completely different and distinct entities. For example, let's look at fire and paper...
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