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<br/><br/>1.  Freud's The Future of an Illusion can be understood

as presenting two problem-solution sets. Both problems involve civilization and both involve religion. Explain what the first problem is and the first solution. Then explain what the second problem is and the second solution. As part of your answer you need to clearly explain how Freud relates the three taboos and the four mental assets to the first problem facing civilization.  (55 points)   
2.  Explain Hume's Fork and how he applies it to causality (our belief in cause-effect) and the problem of induction. Then explain Kant's criticism of Hume. (worth 55 points)  
3.  Explain what Descartes is attempting to do in his First Meditation and explain the way he develops his argument--step by step. As part of your answer you need to say something about the problem of skepticism and Descartes' view towards science. Then briefly explain how he finds his answer to the problem of the First Meditation at the beginning of the Second Meditation.  (worth 50 points)

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