Essay heading: Methodist, Particularist, Skeptic

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In the Methodist view, senses lead to the belief that the table is real. But are either of these really true? This is where the skeptic comes into play. The skeptic view is that both of these examples have a presupposition which means that you have to believe in something without really knowing if it is true...
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A skeptic argues that both views, particularist and Methodist, are making assumptions. Therefore, you can never really know. But what is it that makes the skeptic know that they are making an assumption? In other words, the skeptic is making a presupposition too. That the other views are making an assumption...
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