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The strengths and weaknesses of the view that Locke and Hume on simple and complex ideas
the import of all ideas derives from and is Golden mountain, winged horse examples
determined by sense experience. Adam's ignorance regarding causation
A blind man's inability to conceive colour concepts
All genuine…

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Sense data as incorrigible
Is `certainty' confined to introspection and the Tautologies as necessary
tautological? The Cogito
Clear & distinct ideas ­ for and against (Arnauld)
The Myth of the Given (Sellars)
Being certain =/= feeing certain

The Myth of the Given: Hume's problem
The idea that experience is only…

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