Hume raises two major skeptical arguments concerning our everyday…Hume raises two major skeptical arguments concerning our everyday experience – the first concerns our ability to know about the relation of cause and effect (think about his billiard ball example), and the second is widely referred to as the “Riddle of Induction.” Explain these skeptical problems, including the framework from which Hume raised them, as well as their implications for the nature of human knowledge. What does Hume suggest should be the foundation of philosophy as a result of the skeptical challenges that he raises? For extra credit (up to 10 points), how does James Felt respond to Hume? Arts & HumanitiesPhilosophy
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