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hume 3 - Because logic alone is not enough to prove the...

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Brian Lubnow 11:15-12:05 10/28/10 Hume Summary In Hume’s final section of his first book, he begins to realize that all of the things that philosophers had been working towards has been worthless. Based on his ideas from the previous sections, he concludes that there is really not very much that we can know for certain.
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Unformatted text preview: Because logic alone is not enough to prove the existence of something, we know almost nothing. But despite this depressing thought, he realizes that this problem doesn’t really matter. He decides that he will simply live his life without knowing everything about existence and reason, and be totally ok with it....
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