What is the problem, for Hume, with observing the cause-and-effect relationships
David Hume distinguishes two kinds of insights (or propositions – the statements in which such insights are expressed). How would you describe his distinction in your own words, using your own examples? Please make sure to be specific, and carefully explain your reasoning.
What is the problem, for Hume, with observing the cause-and-effect relationships necessary for our understanding of the natural world? Can you provide an example? Carefully explain your reasoning.
Your response to each question should be about 300 – 400 words in length, but please feel free to be as detailed as you wish.