Philosophy 1042

Philosophy 1042 - false which renders the entire thing...

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Philosophy 104 28/03/2007 10:36:00 Study Question 1: What is Gettiers second argument? What does It seek to  establish and how does it does so? Hume- Skeptical Doubt Concerning the Operations of the Understanding Matters of Fact thinking alone Relation of Ideas proof procedure, observable  mathematics Matters of fact can be contradicted   If a proposition has a contrary that is a contradiction then it is always false, if it is  always false then the original is always true Ex P and not P  Martin Bunzl is a philosopher and Martin Bunzl is not a  philosopher.  For not P to be true, P has to be false but if not P is true then P has to be 
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Unformatted text preview: false which renders the entire thing false ← ← ← Laws of Nature express our expectation on what will be the case in the observable world. ← Hume contends that cause and effect work in the same manner. ← ← Foundations of knowledge of matters of effect based on cause and effect- experience or knowledge through the senses. • Then he asks what is the foundation of everything that comes through the senses which is a more difficult question ← ← Hume’s Problem of Induction 28/03/2007 10:36:00 ← 28/03/2007 10:36:00 ←...
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