SECTION I: Answer ONE of the following in 2 pages or so (typed, double-spaced). Remember that clarity and precision of expression counts for a great deal in Philosophy. And use your own wordsEXPLAIN the answers to me; dont quote the authors for more than a sentence. I KNOW what THEY say
1. Suppose Locke and Hume were to get together in Philosopher Heaven (VERY much to Humes surprise!!!) over a round of those pints of dark that Hume so favored (it would hardly be heaven for him if those were absent) to discuss how our knowledge gets built, what might they say to each otherIF they didnt skip steps? Where are their views similar? Where do they diverge?
2. Explain Lockes primary/secondary distinction. Why does Locke think that this distinction is important? How does this fit into his views about what we can know about substances? What would Hume respond, if he had the chance?
3. Locke says that he has the kind of lazy soul that does not always think. Provide his argument for this claim, and then show several ways in which Catharine Trotter Cockburn defends his arguments from various objections by Thomas Burnett (The Remarker).
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