Due may 9th 1 day to complete hume philosophy exam


In Section 4 of the part of Hume’s Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding {this is attached},Hume concludes that our propositions about matters of fact are not grounded in reason. Kant holds that at least some matters of fact are grounded in reason. Explain both Hume and Kant’s arguments for their respective conclusions. An adequate answer will include explanations of (at least) the following concepts:

Relations of ideas

Matters of fact

Demonstrative reasoning

Factual reasoning

Uniformity of nature

Analytic judgments

Synthetic judgments

A posteriori judgments

A priori judgments

Judgments of perception

Judgments of experience

Your answer should be in essay format, and should be a minimumof 1650 words.

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