hume on miricles

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Philosophy

 

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Gladys C

 

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April 11, 2015

 

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When the evidence of testimony conflicts with the evidence of the senses we should favor evidence of senses because it is the stronger evidence. Furthermore, he claims that the collective force of uniform past observations is greater than that of a single observation; meaning that if we experience something constantly in the past if we see the opposite happen one time we should not believe it...
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For example if we throw a penny in the air it will always fall down. We have seen this in past experiences. However if one time we throw a penny up in the air and it floats then we must not believe that it is true because we can be hallucinating and past experiences overpower this one experience. To prove that miracles do not exist, Hume says that past experiences that people have says that miracles do not exist...
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