John Locke David Hume. Hume (1711-1776) subjected the philosophy Locke (1632-1704) to intense scrutiny and criticism. Most famously Hume found no support in experience for the idea of causation, which Locke assumed. He found nothing in experience that would confirm that one thing causes another (e.g, that fire causes heat). Hume was a skeptic. He found serious objections to Lockeʼs claims concerning knowledge but proposed no solutions. Are you able to effectively address Humeʼs objections? To do so requires an understanding of the fundamentals of experience. Find out more about Experience in my book entitled Experience at the website


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