David Hume's "Inquiry IV" Essay by The Research Group

David Hume's "Inquiry IV"
This paper discusses David Hume's views on matters of fact in his "Inquiry IV".
# 71713 | 690 words | 2 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Philosophy (General)

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This paper reviews David Hume's "Inquiry IV" on matters of fact and relation of ideas, geometry and value, cause and effect. The author presents Hume's conclusions on matters of thought. The paper compares Hume to Descartes.

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"David Hume considered the nature of thought and drew two important conclusions. First, an idea is real only if it is derived from or reducible to sense impressions and, second ,a term is meaningful only if it stands ..."

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