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Todd Stone PHL 352 H. Scott Hestevold In virtue of what is perception a part of my bundle and not someone else’s The two factors that Hume identifies are Resemblance and Causation When talking of resemblance, Hume says that for ones perception to be their own and not another’s is to say that the successions of memories that one has, or succession of
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Unformatted text preview: perceptions, resemble one another, as an image necessarily resembles its object. When speaking of causation, Hume states that the idea of the human mind is a system of perceptions linked together by cause and effect, and that they mutually create, destroy, and influence each other...
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