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Unformatted text preview: -we know its grounded in experience but what is its foundation?-concludes that there isnt one! (bottom of pg 21, top of 22)-it is beyond our reasoning-our understanding isnt involved in these inferences however we cant help but draw them nonetheless-principle by which we do that = custom or habit (is a principle of human nature)-when there is no correlation between things, reasoning goes out the window-the relationships we do see are grounded in experience, not in reason-no matter how reliable laws of physics are, you only will ever have a connection of experiences and events-can never get at nature of reality itself-how does he start part 5?-skepticism on common life (summary first full paragraph on 27)-hes telling us that everything is a possibility but dont worry too much, it probably wont happen to you! (you blowing up at any given moment could happen but probs wont)-next class: difference between belief and imagination...
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- Spring '10