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2. What did Hume argue about inductive reasoning (causality)?

  • It does not matter whether is it an assumption, reverse causality is always correct
  • It cannot be justified rationally - this belief results from experience of "constant conjunction", not logic
  • It can be justified rationally - this is because of our prior experiences and knowledge
  • Blah blah blah no one cares bai

3. Which important physicist had knowledge of Kantian philosophy?

  • Hermann Helmholtz
  • Immanuel Kant???
  • Jacob Jerosky
  • Gustav Fletcher

4. Who influenced David Hume's thinking?

  • Muller, law of nerve energies
  • Aristotle, with two laws of association
  • I wish I knew the answer but I'm really sorry I do not
  • Kant, prior knowledge on topic

5. How many intuitions are there?

  • 12
  • f**k knows
  • 2
  • 22


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