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Notes on Hume & Poppers Different Philosophies
The Argument From Miracles
-?There must always be a presumption against the occurrence of a miracle?.. The evidence for a miracle will always be weaker than the evidence for some other hypothesis; why? Lot of evidence in support of the laws of nature (gravity).. That there is much less or no evidence that states it?s a miracle (something going against nature or man-kinds natural abilities).
-Additional argument: ?People tell lies & make mistakes. It is much more likely that a person in question has lied and/or made a mistake than the person overturned the laws of nature.?…
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