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Hume's Problem Of Induction?

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Posted by Harvey on April 2, 2002 17:32:27 UTC


***I think what scientists do is to define everything I am speaking of as "real". That leads them to the induction dilemma: "something B" (and their senses) can only be proved to exist through induction and no proof of induction exists.***

Hmmm... That sure looks like an affirmation of Hume's problem. It seems that this induction problem is your motivation for your model.

Warm regards, Harv

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