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Religious Experience
Religious experience is an attempt at proving the existence of God. It's
an a posteriori experience and therefore relies on evidence and
experience. It is also both a synthetic and an inductive argument. A
religious experience is generally understood to be an encounter with
God and the different…

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Hume argues against the Cumulative argument as he doesn't believe
that combing lots of weak testimonies creates a strong argument,
instead he believes that it just creates a large weak theory. "There is not
to be found in all history, any miracle attested by sufficient amount of
men as such…

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assertion can't be empirically verified therefore any Religious
Experience is meaningless.




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