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Deadline 11th, 1.00 pm
Topic:David Hume on cause and effect
Details:1. In class, we defined philosophy as ‘the discipline that addresses non-empirical questions and their answers.’ What does this mean? 2. Briefly define and discuss the following fields of philosophy: metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, and political philosophy. 3. Identify a philosophical issue or debate that interests you. Explain one philosopher’s view (from the book) on the issue you identified. I would like to use David hume. 4. Do you agree or disagree with the view you chose to discuss? Explain why. If you agree, consider a reason why someone might reject the view then offer a response to that reason (you may rely on the text in order to find critiques of the view you are discussing). If you disagree, explain what is wrong with the view and offer a well-reasoned alternative or describe a relevant competing view from the book and why you find it more plausible.