cosmological argument; Hume criticisms

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The cosmological argument seeks to argue for the existence of God based on what we experience in the universe we live it. It attempts to establish what caused everything to be here, or how the universe began. Hume is a philosopher who was criticised this argument.

Firstly, he argue that not every event has to have a cause as quantrum transitions could cause themselves so there was a possibility that the universe did itself. Cause and effect seem to be a habit and stated that

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