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Has Popper Provided a Satisfactory Answer to the Problems Identified By Hume?
Has Popper Provided a Satisfactory Answer to the Problems Identified by Hume?
In this essay, I will answer the above question, talking about Hume's views on induction and empiricism and whether or not Popper answered Hume's problems. I will start buy talking about both philosophers, then comparing them in a conclusion.
David Hume was born in Edinburgh in 1711, he spent most of his childhood in Ninewells, his family's home on the Whitadder River in the lowlands near Berwick. At the age of twelve, David joined his older brother at Edinburgh University, where he stu…
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