Flaws of Hume's Argument

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  • Created on: 12-05-12 19:04

There are many flaws to Hume's arguments. For which reason, it can be argued that even the increasing weight of the criticism, doesn't make it impossible to accept the occurence of miralces.

  • The whole point of a miracle is that it is the exception to a rule.
  • If Hume's argument was to be accepted we would have to reject a large amount of scientific developments in recent times. This is because many of these have forced us to accept as possible things which would once have been considered


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