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 Humes Problem of Induction 28/03/2007 10:36:00 28/03/2007 10:36:00...
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